Yang, Xue-min Li, Jin-yan Yan, Fang-jia Duan, Dong-ping Zhang, Jian

Raoultian activity coefficients gamma(0)(C) of C in infinitely dilute Fe-C binary melts at temperatures of 1833, 1873, 1923, and 1973 K have been determined from the converted mass action concentrations N-C(') of C in Fe-C binary melts by the developed AMCT-N-i model based on the atom-molecule coexistence theory (AMCT). The obtained expression of g...

Yang, Xue-min Li, Jin-yan Yan, Fang-jia Duan, Dong-ping Zhang, Jian

Raoultian activity coefficients gamma(0)(C) of C in infinitely dilute Fe-C binary melts at temperatures of 1833, 1873, 1923, and 1973 K have been determined from the converted mass action concentrations N-C(') of C in Fe-C binary melts by the developed AMCT-N-i model based on the atom-molecule coexistence theory (AMCT). The obtained expression of g...

Yang, Xue-min Li, Jin-yan Yan, Fang-jia Duan, Dong-ping Zhang, Jian

Raoultian activity coefficients gamma(0)(C) of C in infinitely dilute Fe-C binary melts at temperatures of 1833, 1873, 1923, and 1973 K have been determined from the converted mass action concentrations N-C(') of C in Fe-C binary melts by the developed AMCT-N-i model based on the atom-molecule coexistence theory (AMCT). The obtained expression of g...

Yang, Xue-min Li, Jin-yan Duan, Dong-ping Yan, Fang-jia Zhang, Jian

The reaction abilities of structural units in Fe-C binary melts over a temperature range above the liquidus lines have been evaluated by a thermodynamic model for calculating the mass action concentrations N-i of structural units in Fe-C binary melts based on the atom-molecule coexistence theory (AMCT), i.e., the AMCT-N-i model, through comparing w...

Yang, Xue-min Li, Jin-yan Duan, Dong-ping Yan, Fang-jia Zhang, Jian

The reaction abilities of structural units in Fe-C binary melts over a temperature range above the liquidus lines have been evaluated by a thermodynamic model for calculating the mass action concentrations N-i of structural units in Fe-C binary melts based on the atom-molecule coexistence theory (AMCT), i.e., the AMCT-N-i model, through comparing w...

Yang, Xue-min Li, Jin-yan Duan, Dong-ping Yan, Fang-jia Zhang, Jian

The reaction abilities of structural units in Fe-C binary melts over a temperature range above the liquidus lines have been evaluated by a thermodynamic model for calculating the mass action concentrations N-i of structural units in Fe-C binary melts based on the atom-molecule coexistence theory (AMCT), i.e., the AMCT-N-i model, through comparing w...

Yang, X. M. Li, J. Y. Chai, G. M. Duan, D. P. Zhang, J.

A thermodynamic model for predicting phosphate capacity C-PO(4)3- of the CaO-based slags over a temperature range from 1750 to 1793 K (1477-1520 degrees C) during dephosphorisation pretreatment of hot metal has been developed based on the ion and molecule coexistence theory (IMCT), i.e. the IMCT-C-PO(4)3- model. The developed IMCT-C-PO(4)3- model h...

Yang, X. M. Li, J. Y. Chai, G. M. Duan, D. P. Zhang, J.

A thermodynamic model for predicting phosphate capacity C-PO(4)3- of the CaO-based slags over a temperature range from 1750 to 1793 K (1477-1520 degrees C) during dephosphorisation pretreatment of hot metal has been developed based on the ion and molecule coexistence theory (IMCT), i.e. the IMCT-C-PO(4)3- model. The developed IMCT-C-PO(4)3- model h...

Yang, X. M. Li, J. Y. Chai, G. M. Duan, D. P. Zhang, J.

A thermodynamic model for predicting phosphate capacity C-PO(4)3- of the CaO-based slags over a temperature range from 1750 to 1793 K (1477-1520 degrees C) during dephosphorisation pretreatment of hot metal has been developed based on the ion and molecule coexistence theory (IMCT), i.e. the IMCT-C-PO(4)3- model. The developed IMCT-C-PO(4)3- model h...

Zhong, Yiwei Wang, Zhi Gao, Jintao Guo, Zhancheng

A thermodynamic model was developed to associate the agglomeration tendency with the inherent properties of bed materials. Solid surface energy of metallic iron was calculated by the elastic modulus and lattice constant. Based on the relationship between solid surface energy and temperature, the thermodynamic spontaneity for particle agglomeration...