Exploitation of a siderurgical waste oil in the sintering process
Keywords:Waste oils, Waste exploitation, Waste combustion, Sintering
The exploitation of a waste oil (tinnol) previously used as a lubricant in the rolling process is studied. This waste oil, together with propane, is used as a fuel for the ignition in a sintering pilot plant. Tinnol and propane are simultaneously injected through separate feed Unes and the combustion process is monitored by analysis of the levels of O2, CO and unburnt particles in the gases produced during the first three minutes of sintering. The combustion of tinnol is considered to be effective and its energy contribution to the process is demonstrated by a reduction in the consumption of propane as the rate at which tinnol is injected increases.
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Cores, A., Formoso, A., Moro, A., & Marañón, P. (1996). Exploitation of a siderurgical waste oil in the sintering process. Revista De Metalurgia, 32(1), 25–32. https://doi.org/10.3989/revmetalm.1996.v32.i1.928
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