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The effect of carbon and firing temperature sequence on CHICO mill-scale and Its applications in metallurgy

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dc.contributor.author Paranavithana, RM
dc.contributor.author Shyamali, MAS
dc.contributor.author Guluwita, SP
dc.contributor.author Fernando, WLW
dc.date.accessioned 2013-10-21T02:12:50Z
dc.date.available 2013-10-21T02:12:50Z
dc.date.issued 2010
dc.identifier.uri http://dl.lib.mrt.ac.lk/handle/123/8236
dc.description.abstract Mill scale is a surface layer of iron oxide form on steel billets during hot rolling. Currently this is a waste material and constitutes nearly two percent of the yearly output from CHICO. The current research shows that this waste material could be recycled into useful products. One of them is a feed material to a cupola furnace to produce pig iron; and the other is an abrasive material for metal polishing. The processing and heat treatments utilized for these products are discussed in this paper. Further research is in progress.
dc.language en
dc.title The effect of carbon and firing temperature sequence on CHICO mill-scale and Its applications in metallurgy
dc.type Conference-Abstract
dc.identifier.year 2010
dc.identifier.conference Research for Industry
dc.identifier.place Faculty of Engineering, University of Moratuwa
dc.identifier.pgnos 229-231
dc.identifier.proceeding 16th Annual symposium on Research and Industry


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