Investigation of heat and mass transfer in the converter is important in order to understand the behavior of post combustion. However, conventional theoretical studies have been restricted to a free jet without reaction between gas and metal bath. In this case, gas flow must be treated as a recirculating flow because the downward oxygen jet transferring heat and mass impinges on the metal bath and the reacted gas escapes upwards. A theoretical analysis of two-dimensional recirculating gas flow with combustion has been carried out and compared with experiment on a 300 kg converter.
|Pages (from-to)||b. 275|
|Journal||Transactions of the Iron and Steel Institute of Japan|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 1 1987|
|Event||Pap Presented at the 113th Iron and Steel Inst of Jpn Meet - Tokyo, Jpn|
Duration: Apr 2 1987 → Apr 2 1987
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