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Związki siarki emitowane z procesu wielkopiecowego
Inżynieria Środowiska (1998)
  • Marian Mazur
  • Marek Bogacki
  • Robert Oleniacz

The article describes the problem of the presence of sulfur in the blast furnace process and identifies emission sources of sulfur compounds in this process. On the basis of the measurements and calculations, the types and quantities of these compounds emitted to the air were determined. It was found that pig iron smelting in a blast furnace causes emissions of COS, SO2 and H2S. These emissions occur by losses of blast furnace gas (COS and SO2), transport of blast furnace slag inside the furnace hall (SO2) and treatment of the slag by granulation (H2S). However, the most important are only sulfur compounds emissions associated with losses of blast furnace gas and slag granulation.

English title: Sulfur compounds emitted to air from the blast furnace process.

  • iron and steel industry,
  • metallurgical industry,
  • Polish steelworks,
  • ironmaking,
  • blast furnace process,
  • blast furnace gas,
  • blast furnace slag,
  • slag granulation,
  • air pollutants,
  • sulfur compounds,
  • flue gas concentrations,
  • stack emissions,
  • uncontrolled emissions
Publication Date
December 31, 1998
Citation Information
Marian Mazur, Marek Bogacki and Robert Oleniacz. "Związki siarki emitowane z procesu wielkopiecowego" Inżynieria Środowiska Vol. 3 (1998)
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