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Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling
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Volume 2, Issue 4 - Dec 1993
Volume 2, Issue 3 - Sep 1993
Volume 2, Issue 2 - Jun 1993
Volume 2, Issue 1 - Mar 1993
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A Basic Study on the Removal of Iron Ion in Waste Water by the Precipitation Flotation Method
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 2, issue 2, 1993, Pages 1~8
This study was carried out in order to define the effective collectors and the opitimum conditions for the removal of iron ion in waste water by flotation method. The results obtained in this study are summarized as follows. Fe(II) and Fe(III) were removed effectively at pH7 and 6 respectively by using sodium lauryl sulfate, an anionic collector. The anionic collector, aeropromotor 845, removed both Fe(II) and Fe(III) effectively in pH ranges of from 5 to 9. The cationic collector, trimetyl dodecyl ammonium chloride, removed both Fe(II) and Fe(III) effectively in pH ranges from 10 to 11 and from 4 to 10, respectively. Therefore, Fe(II) and Fe(III) could be effectively removed by forming the iron hydroxide precipitates by simple pH adjustment of the solutions above precipitation point of ferrous and ferric ion by flotation method. Then, the effective pH regulator and collector were NaOH and
,aeropromotor 845 and trimetyl dodecyl ammonium chloride, respectively.
The Utilization of the steel converter dust
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 2, issue 2, 1993, Pages 9~15
In this study, magnetite(
) from the converter dust of the Kwangyang steel making factory has been recove-red by means of the magnetic separation and the sedimentation column. The magnetite recovered from the dust is used for the preparation of Sr-ferrite instead of hematite. The results obtained in this study as follows : 1. The converter EP dust of the Kwangyang steel making factory are composed of
) wustite etc. Magnetite in the converter EP dust is recovered by using sedimentation column and plastic bonding magnet. 2. It was confirmed that Sr-ferrite synthesis could be possible without oxidizing roasting of the magnetite. The steps of Sr-ferrite formation are proposed as follows : I
3. By using magnetite from the dust insted of hematite, the hard Sr-ferrite magnet of (B.H)\ulcorner=2.64MGOe in the magnetic characteristics was succesfully prepared.
A Basic Study on the Removal of Iron Ion in Waste Water by the Precipitation Method
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 2, issue 2, 1993, Pages 16~21
This study was carried out to investigate the settling characteristics of Fe(II) and Fe(III) hydroxide precipitates formed by pH adjustment of aqueous solution to remove ferrous and ferric ion in waste water. The results obstained in this study are as fellows : The settling rate was effectively increased with increasing the pH values of aqueous solution regulated by CaO and with increasing the amount of flocculant, on the other hand, application of excess flocculants decreased the settling rate. It is desirable that the concentration of iron ion is kept under
mol/ㅣ because the settling rate was decreased with increasing the concentration of iron hydroxide precipitates.
Recovery of Gallium and Indium from Zinc Residues by Acid Leaching
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 2, issue 2, 1993, Pages 22~26
The flowsheet for the recovery of gallium and indium from zinc residues has been established based on the sulfuric acid treatment. In comparison with the alkali treatment, the method proposed in this work allowed the recovery of indium together with gallium. The majority of iron contained in leach liquor could be removed through the two-stage neutrallization under oxidative or reductive atmosphere. Crude gallium and indium could be obtained through the alkali and/or acid leaching of the products generated from the above treatment. In addition, cementation of indium with zinc powders could also be used for the concentration of it from weak acid solutions.
-iron from converter dust in a steelmaking factory
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 2, issue 2, 1993, Pages 27~38
In this study, we investigated the grinding and sedimentation(elutriation) process of the dusts for the effective separation of high purity iron and iron oxides. For characterization of the dust, particle size distribution and chemical composition, were examined. The results obtained in this study may be summarized as follows : 1. The converter CF(clarifier) dust of the Pohang 1st, 2nd steel making factory and EC(Evaporation Cooler), EP(Eltrostatic precititator) dust of the Kwangyang 2nd steel making factory are composed
, and etc. 2. Pure iron has ductile characteristic in nature, particle size of the pure iron increase by increasing the grinding time. On the other hand, it is conformed that bo고 particles of hematite and magnetite become less than 325 mesh after 10 minutes grinding. 3. By applying the elutriation technique for the EC dust of the Kwangyang 2nd steel making factory, the iron powder of high content more than 99.17% of pure Fe was recovered with 37.8% yield at grinding time for 40 minutes. 4. By applying the elutriation technique for the CF dust of the Pohang 2nd steel making factory, the iron powder of high content more than 98.38% of pure Fe was recovered with 44.42% yield at grinding time for 40 minutes. 5. When magnetic separation was performed using plastic bonding magnet of 70 gauss, more than 98% Fe grade of iron powder was recovered in the size range +65 -200 mesh but the recovery of it was low.
A study on the removal of the water from the anthracite slurry by Oil Agglomeration Prosess(partI)
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 2, issue 2, 1993, Pages 39~44
This study was carried out to remove the water from low grade anthracite slurry produced at Eoryong coal mine by the oil agglomeration process. 80% of Anthracite as a coal oil mixture (COM) was separated from water by the difference of specific gravity. Then, the amount of kerosene, diesel oil, and heavy oil forming COM was 10% of the amount of sample, respectively. The recovery rate of combustibles and ash content of agglomerated anthracite were affected largely by the amount of added oil, pulp density, particle size, mixing time, and impeller speed. The recovery rate of combustibles was increased to 95% and ash content was decrea-sed from 30% to 13.5% under the optimum conditions.