Diversification of Phase Composition of Metallurgical Wastes after the Production of Cast Iron and Cast Steel

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Basing on mineralogical studies, the characteristic of phase composition was carried out with respect to slags after the production of cast iron and wastes from casting moulds after the production of cast steel. Their composition is dominated by glaze, metallic precipitations and oxide phases, e.g. wustite, and they contain a considerably smaller amount of silicate phases represented by olivines, fayalite or fosterite. These wastes are characterized by different phase composition or chemical composition which depends on the technological process and charge material.

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