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Effect of lime addition on slag fluidity of coal ash

Authors
Journal
Journal of Fuel Chemistry and Technology
1872-5813
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication Date
Volume
39
Issue
6
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1016/s1872-5813(11)60028-5
Keywords
  • Slag Fluidity
  • Aft
  • Cao
  • Temperature Of Critical Viscosity
  • Factsage

Abstract

Abstract The ash fusibility temperature (AFT) and slag fluidity of three different coal ash samples through addition of CaO with different amounts were studied. Especially the variation of temperature at critical viscosity was examined at different viscosities. The results show that the fusibility temperatures of coal ashes decrease and then increase with increasing addition amount of CaO, which is consistent with the change of liquids temperature with CaO content calculated by FACTsage. Slag viscosity also decreases with increasing amount of CaO addition above the temperature of critical viscosity ( T cv). The temperature of critical viscosity firstly decreases with increasing addition of CaO, and then reaches a minimum value when the content of CaO is around 15%. FCATsage was employed to calculate the liquid composition at the temperature of critical viscosity. It indicates that high content of FeO of liquid leads to the low temperature of critical viscosity.

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