The use of Metallurgical Oil Sludge as a reductant in a high temperature metallurgical process
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Metallurgical Oil Sludge (MOS) is a byproduct created in the process of steelmaking. More than a million tons of MOS are generated each year throughout the world. The material contains hazardous components such as heavy metals and pathogenic organics, which can cause serious environmental problems and health issues. Landfill, combustion, and pyrolysis have been investigated for the disposal of MOS. However, these methods are unsatisfactory since they are unable to reach the clean environment goal. In this study, we investigate the possibility of using MOS as a reductant in a high temperature metallurgical process. The results are reported and discussed.
TMS Annual Meeting
The use of Metallurgical Oil Sludge as a reductant in a high temperature metallurgical process.
TMS Annual Meeting,
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