Characterizing the Performance of an Induction-heated Molten Oxide Reactor Used for the Electrowinning of Iron.

Sander, Paul.


  • Abstract: A molten oxide reactor that uses induction heating has been designed to quickly heat slag to a superheated liquid for rapid molten oxide electrolysis experiments. The reactor can heat slag containing 10% Fe3O4 to 250 °C above its melting point of 1400 °C in 10 minutes and sustain the molten slag at 1650 °C for more than an hour in an argon environment. Molten slag can be held in the... read more
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