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Number: 75/449
Name: Specialized metallurgical processes, compositions for use therein, consolidated metal powder compositions, and loose metal particulate mixtures > Processes > Producing or treating free metal > At 300 degrees c or greater (e.g., pyrometallurgy, etc.) > Iron(fe) > Reducing in gaseous suspension > Fluidized bed > With solid in fluidized bed in addition to reducible iron(fe) compound > Carbon(c) > Generated in situ
Description: Process wherein the Carbon (C) is not added in solid form, but solid Carbon is generated in the fluidized bed by chemical reaction.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4420332 Process for the production of reduced iron and thermal cracking of heavy oils Dec. 13, 1983
4334920 Integrated process for thermal cracking of heavy oil and reduction of iron ores Jun. 15, 1982











 
 
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