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Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling
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Volume 4, Issue 4 - Dec 1995
Volume 4, Issue 3 - Sep 1995
Volume 4, Issue 2 - Jun 1995
Volume 4, Issue 1 - Mar 1995
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Manufacture of Artificial stone using Wasts Stone and Powder Sludge
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 1, 1995, Pages 4~11
The amounts of waste stone and stone powder sludge that occurred in the quarry and processing plant of s stone plates, have been increased with the development of stone industry. The manufactunng process of 따tificial s stone was studied to reduce the outlet of these wastes and utilIze them as raw materials for architecture, interior decoration and art work. In order to compare the properties of artiflcial stone with those of natural building-stone, the physi
II properties of artificial stone such as specific gravity, absorption ratio, elastic wave velocity, compressive s strength, tensile strength, shore hardness, elasticity and Poission's ratio were measured. From the mesaured d data of physical properties, it was found that physical propertIes of artificial stone were controlled by homogeneous m mixing ratio of constituents, molding pressure, and amount of binder. Also, from the thermo-gravimetric analysis, it was found that artIfIcial stone manufactured had a good thermal stability up to
. It was concluded that t the optimum conditions for manufacturing process of artificial stone were
of molding pressure, 12-15 w weight % of binder amounts.
The Recycling of Sludge from Granite Stone Cutting and Polishing
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 1, 1995, Pages 12~19
This study was carried out to remove the iron and impurities usmg hydrocyclone and HGMS for recycling of sludge from the granite stone cutting and polishing industrγ in the basic of chemi떠1 analysis and minerallogical investigation. This sludge consist of 70.9%
and It also contained 2.52% of
and 0.29% of
, as a main impurities to decrease the whiteness. As the result of hydrocyclone experiment, It was very good condition that are 100~150 g/l of sludge amount, 2.0~ 2.5 mm of underflow nozzle size, and 1.2~1.6 kg/
of pressure for 85% sludge product with the
, contents by treatment of HGMS were decreased with 0.65% and 0.07% each at 10,000 gauss of magnetic field strength, and addih
n of Sodium tripolyphosphate as a dispersant was effected to get low grade F Fe,Ol and TiO, concentrate. PhYSIcal properties of this stone sludge product were showed 58.5% of whiteness, 1 13.4% of firing shrinkage and 3.0812
/g of specific surface area.
A Study on the removel of the water from the anthracite slurry by Oil Agglomeration Process(part 2)
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 1, 1995, Pages 20~24
When the slurry of water and coal which is produced from hydraulic coal mining was dehydrated by COM(Coal Oil Mixtue), the effects of flocculant were measured by light transmittance of supernatant liquid, The experimental results obtamed m this study are summarized as follows; The efficient flocculant is anionic flocculant(AllO), and in this case, the required concentration is about l00g/t. When diesel oil is used with flocculant, COM is formed in lower impeller speed than when only diesel oil is used. The amout of diesel oil required to form COM is 10% of that of coal.
A Study of the Metal Recovery from the Aluminium Scrap
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 1, 1995, Pages 25~30
In the preparatIon of reclaimed aluminium lllgot from alumimum scrap, the aluminium recovery was studied a as a function of the preliminary treatment of samples, addition of flux and melting atmosphere. AI dross is produced by an oxidation reaction at the surface of liquid metal. The recovery of AI metal increases u up to maximum 95% by adding salt up to 7%, The recovery of AI metal in the compacted chip bale without oil removal mcrease about 14% compared io non-compacted chip. In the case of the AI seed melting process, the recovery of Al metal of the crushed and compacted chip hale is 97%, In meltmg of alumimum scrap under the atmosphere of carbon and nitrogen gas, the recovery of AI metal increase, but it is decreased when the mixture of salt and carbon powder is added excessively.
A basic study on the defiberation of waste newspaper
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 1, 1995, Pages 31~37
This study was to investigate the effects oi agitation speed, pulp concentration, ion concentration ill the slurry solution, printed area of the waste newspaper, immerwng time and the temperature on the defiberation process for the waste newspaper. The defikration efficiency at 50% is twice that of 16%. The efficiency is improved as two times according to elevate the agtation speed as two times in the range of 200-2WO r.p.m.. Defiberation with NaOH 1X10-'M solution has higher efficiency than that of NaOH 1 x 1 0 - M solution as 3 times at the conditions of 16%, 1200 r.p.m, and 1% pulp concentration The temperature of immersing salut~on aifects on the efficiency more than immersing time does. Increasing the printed area of newspaper decreases the velocity of defiberation. The alkaline solution is effective to defiberate and the defiberation efficiency at the same dosage of alkalinity is in the order a1 NaOH) KOH) Na,SiO, ) Na,CO, ) Ca(OH)2.
Effect of reaction temperature on the particle size and crystal shape of precipitated calcium carbonate
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 1, 1995, Pages 38~45
The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of temperature on the formation of CaCO, polymorphs(i.e.,calcite, aragonite, vaterite) and on the crystal shape of CaCO,.The reaction systems were rnvestigated at the temperature range of 2.0%-85.3r, at the fixed cmditions ofconcentration and pressure, 2X10-' M, atomospheric pressure, respectively.The reaction systems studied include a Ca(HCO.,),-Air bubble, O Ca(OH)s-CO,, @ Ca(OH),-H,CO, ,Ca(OH1,-Na>CO,, O Ca(OH),-K,CO,, @ Ca(OH),-(NH,),CO,, D CaC1,-Na,CO,, CaC1,-K3C03, 8 CaC1,-(NH,,),CO,, 0 Ca(N0,X-Na,CO,, 03 Ca(N0,X-QCO,. 0 Ca(NO,),-(NH,XCO,. The results obtained are summarizedas follows:Calcite is formed at the temperature range of 2t-80"C and the highest calcite yield was obtained at 30%.Aragonite begins to be formed at the temperature range of 41.0%-53.0%. and the higher temperature is thehigher yield is obtained. pH of the reaction system affect the yield of aragonite, and the yield reaches the highestpercentage at the pH range of 10.0-11.0, and at the conditions of pH 12.3 or over, aragonite is scarcely formed.Vaterlle is fnrmed at the temperature range of 40.0% or less, and transites utterly to calcite within 10-60mmutes in the case of bemg residenced in mother liqmd which C1 is not contained, and within 140hours inthe case of containing CI-.s in the case of containing CI-.
A Study on the Leaching of Valuable Metals from Spent Silver-Oxide Battery
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 1, 1995, Pages 46~51
After removal of mercury in the silver oxide batteries with the distillation process, the leaching of valuable metals from the residue was studied. The distilled residue was reacted with the various HNO, concentration, reactlon temperature, readion time and pulp density. It was found that the optimum condition for leachmg was 2N HNO,, 40-60% reaction temperature, 6 hours reaction tlme and 10g/200ml pulp density. More than 99% of silver and zinc were dissolved in this process while less than 50% of iron and nickel were leached
Production of Fine Cobalt Metal Powders from Superalloy Scrap(1) (Treating Superalloy Scrap with Zinc)
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 1, 1995, Pages 52~59
Treating bulk superalloy scrap with molten zinc has been studled to facililate recycling and recovery- of cobalt.Superalloys investigated were the cobalt-base Mar-M-509 and X45 and the nickel-base Rene 80. Charges withZnlscrap ratlos of 1.5-6.5 were heated to 750-9002 far 1-7.5 hours in a nitrogen atmosphere. The moltenzinc dissolved superalloy scrap and zinc was removed by vacuum distillation at 850-Wk for 4-6 hours. Ithas been concluded that the optimum conditions of decomposition for Mar-M-509 and Rene 80 \"ere dissolutiontemperature of about 850k, Znlscrap ratlo of about 5, and dissalution time of about 5.5 hours. The zinc-treatedsuperalloy prouducts were friable and reacted rapidly with acid solutions. Leaching 9mm pieces of unalloyedMar-M-509 or Rene 80 with 5 times the stolchlometric amount oi 6N HCI at 90t ior 3 hours dissolved about1.5-7.270, while leachmg of the minus 20-mesh products dissolved about 89.0-93.0%.ved about 89.0-93.0%.
Strength and Reduction Behaviour of Cold-bonded Pellet for Blast Furnace Burden using Iron-bearing Dust
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 1, 1995, Pages 60~68
Iron-bearing dust which stems from steelworks were pelletized and bonded with portland cement in order to attempt to use for blast iurnace burdens. The characterist~cs of cold bonded dust pellet were investigated. It was found that the compression strength of cold bonded pellet contaning portland cement of 10 wt.% reached above 150kg/p by proper curing treatment. Direcl contad of carbon with iron oxides seems to greately enhance a reduction reaction and herewxth increased chances to lorn pores at high temperature environment. Tumbler strength, RDI, and swelling of cold bonded pellet were similiar to and/or better than those of iron ore sinter and fired pellet.