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Inventor:
Tseluiko; Jury Ivanovich
Address:
Kharkov, SU
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4071230 Contrivance for the protection of the walls of a shaft furnace from the heat effect of metallurg January 31, 1978
A contrivance for the protection of the walls of a shaft furnace from heat effect comprising a metal plate serving to shield the surface of walls facing the interior of the furnace and at least two essentially U-shaped tubes for a coolant linked up with the plate and attached to the furn
4061317 Blast furnace bottom cooling arrangement December 6, 1977
The arrangement for cooling the bottom of a blast furnace comprises cooling plates mounted between the furnace lining and shell and forming vertical and horizontal rows. Each cooling plate incorporates coil pipes situated in two planes parallel to the furnace shell, the coil pipes being










 
 
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