eBook Handbook of Ferroalloys, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0080977669
  • ISBN-13: 9780080977669
  • DDC: 669.1
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 536 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released June 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Overview

This handbook gathers, reviews and concisely presents the core principles and varied technology involved in processing ferroalloys. Background content in thermodynamics, kinetics, heat and mass transfer is accompanied by an overview of electrical furnaces theory and practice as well as sustainability issues. The work includes detailed coverage of the major technologies of ferrosilicon, ferronickel, ferromolybdenum, ferrotungsten, ferrovanadium, ferromanganese and lesser known minor ferroalloys. Distilling the results of many years’ experience in ferroalloys, Michael Gasik has assembled contributions from the worlds’ foremost experts. The work is therefore a unique source for scientists, engineers and university students, exploring in depth an area which is one of the most versatile and increasingly used fields within modern metallurgy. All-in-one source for the major ferroalloys and their metallurgical processing technologies, cutting research time otherwise spent digging through old handbooks or review articles. In-depth discussion of the C, Si, Al-reduction, groups II-VIII of the periodic table, supporting analysis of metallurgical processing. Contemporary coverage includes environment and energy saving issues.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Contributors.
1: General.
2: Introduction.
3: Basics of Ferroalloys.
4: Theory of Ferroalloys Processing.
5: Ferroalloys Processing Equipment.
6: Electric and Thermal Operations of Furnaces for Ferroalloys Production.
7: Major (bulk) Ferroalloys.
8: Ferrosilicon and Silicon Technology.
9: Manganese Ferroalloys Technology.
10: Technology of Chromium and Its Ferroalloys.
11: High Carbon Ferrochrome Technology.
12: Minor Ferroalloys.
13: Technology of Ferronickel.
14: Technology of Tungsten Ferroalloys.
15: Technology of Molybdenum Ferroalloys.
16: Technology of Vanadium Ferroalloys.
17: Technology of Niobium Ferroalloys.
18: Technology of Titanium Ferroalloys.
19: Technology of Zirconium Ferroalloys.
20: Boron Ferroalloys.
21: Technology of Ferroalloys with Rare-Earth Metals.
22: Technology of Ferroalloys with Alkaline-Earth Metals.
23: Complex Ferroalloys and Other Master Alloys.
General References.
Index.