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A new approach to investigating coke reactivity
Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences - Papers: Part A
  • Brian Monaghan, University of Wollongong
  • Raymond Longbottom, University of Wollongong
  • Mark H Reid, University of Wollongong
  • Oluwatosin Aladejebi, University of Wollongong
  • Apsara Jayasekara, University of Wollongong
  • Marc in het Panhuis, University of Wollongong
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Monaghan, B. J., Longbottom, R. J., Reid, M., Aladejebi, O. A., Jayasekara, A. S. & in het Panhuis, M. (2014). A new approach to investigating coke reactivity. Celebrating the Megascale: Proceedings of the Extraction and Processing Division Symposium on Pyrometallurgy in Honor of David G.C. Robertson (pp. 519-527). Hoboken, United States: John Wiley & Sons.

The coke analogue is a new research tool that has been developed to quantify and characterize the effect minerals in coke have on coke reactivity. The analogue material is made from a number of different carbon or carbon containing materials and minerals to in part replicate real industrial coke's reactivity behavior. Elucidation of the effects of minerals on coke reactivity has proved difficult due to the complex and heterogeneous nature of industrial coke and the potential non-additive effects of minerals on coke reactivity. The coke analogue addresses this complexity and heterogeneity through control of its mineralogy, mineral size and mineral dispersion through the analogue, porosity and carbon structures. Initial studies using the analogue were focused on coke dissolution kinetics in liquid iron but recent work has focused in characterization of its porosity, carbon structure and rate of reaction.
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Brian Monaghan, Raymond Longbottom, Mark H Reid, Oluwatosin Aladejebi, et al.. "A new approach to investigating coke reactivity" (2014)
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