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APPENDIX VII

TABLE 8
TEMPERATURES, PRESSURES, VELOCITY, TIME DATA FROM VARIOUS SOURCES


	E. Juon at Donetz-Jurjewka Works
	
	Pressures in mm of of Water
	Temperatures, Average, Degrees C

Gas in main ...                  ...........
	+ 15 + 2 to +11 +5 +4
 +7 + 5 to +10 -1
 TO
 +3
 TO -3 - 2 to - 3 + 1.5 -14 to -15 -14 to -15 -19 -18 -33
	600 650 to   750 700 1100 to 1300 1200 1250 1200 to 1300 550 400 to   700 1225 1100 to 1350 1300 1250 to 1400 1800 1700
 1700 1600 1600 750 700 600

Gas in flues under regenerators ........
		
Average ............................
		
Gas at top of regenerators
		
Gas at top of uptake .................
		
Air under regenerators
		
Air at top of regenerators ..............
		
Air at top of uptake .
		
Hearth chamber, top and bottom .....
		
Waste gases top of uptake — Gas .........
		
—Air
		
Top of gas regenerator ..........
		
Top of air regenerator ...........
		
Below gas regenerator
		
Below air regenerator
		
At base of stack .........................
		

	Temperatures According to
		
	Told
	Le
 Chatelier
	Harbison Walker

Gas in flues .........................
	400 850 625 30 270 950 610 1600 300
	720 1200
 1000
	720 1200
 1000

Leaving regenerator ..................
			
Average temperature in regenerator .........
			
Air at reversing valve .......
			
In flues leading to regenerator ......
			
Leaving regenerators ...................
			
Average temperature in regenerator .........
			
Waste gases entering regenerators ...
			
After reversing valve ......................