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Very high rate of gas generated during the process of reduction leads to a fast escape of gas from slag droplet and a poor foaming behaviour. Very low rate of gas generated has also negative effect on slag foaming. In order to improve the foaming behaviour of slag the rate of gas generation should be at optimum levels. 14 • Physicochemical properties of slag have significant effects on the size and distribution of gas bubbles generated due to interaction with slag and carbonaceous materials. Higher surface tension leads to poor foaming behaviour.
Seetharaman, "Experimental Investigation of the Viscosities in Ca0-Si0 2 -Mg0-Al 2 0 3 and Ca0-Si0 2 -Mg0-Al 2 0 3 -Ti0 2 Slags", Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B, 38B(2007), 911-915 9. S. Sukenaga, Y. Gonda, S. Yoshimura, N. Saito, and K. Nakashima, "Viscosity Measurement of Calcium Ferrite Based Slags during Structural Relaxation Process", ISIJ International, 50 (2010), 195-199 10. -H. M. Jung, Y. S. Lee, and D. J. Min, "Viscosity of Highly Basic Slags", ISIJ International, 27 (2007), 1090-1096 11.
It can be observed in Figure 5, when the rubber proportion in the blend increased as in the case of Blend 2, the volume ratio decreased compared to Blend 1. It can be concluded that increasing rubber proportion in mixture improved slag foaming behaviour. However, this trend continued up to particular proportion of rubber, after that, increasing rubber proportion in the blend leads to a poor slag foaming performance as we see well in the case of blend , which is attributed to the higher gas flow rate from the coke/rubber blend (Figure 6).
Advances in molten slags, fluxes, and salts: proceedings of the 10th international ... conference on molten slags, fluxes, and salts by Ramana G. Reddy, Pinakin Chaubal, P. Chris Pistorius, Uday Pal