Slag melting temperature and contact angle on high carbon containing refractory substrates

Luz, A. P.; Ribeiro, S.; Domiciano, V. G.; Brito, M. A. M.; Pandolfelli, V. C.
April 2011
Ceramica;abr2011, Vol. 57 Issue 342, p140
Trade Publication
The article presents a study which examines the melting temperature and contact angle of synthetic and industrial slags on high containing refractory substrates. The study shows the slight differences between the behavior of the contact angle on ground and polished matrix surfaces for synthetic slags. It observes that the values of the melting temperature are not easily determined due to the variety of oxide components in industrial slags and the interaction between the slag and the substrate.


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