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Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling
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Volume 6, Issue 4 - Dec 1997
Volume 6, Issue 3 - Sep 1997
Volume 6, Issue 2 - Jun 1997
Volume 6, Issue 1 - Mar 1997
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A Study on the Recovery of Aluminum from Aluminum dross
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 1, 1997, Pages 5~10
The aluminum was recovered from the middle size (Q1.0-12.0 mm) aluminum drosses using NaCl and KC1 mixuture as a basic salt flux. The maximum aluminum recovery was about 76.9% when 40% basic salt flux was added to aluminum dross at 850
C for two hours. Also, aluminum remvery increased with increasing fluoride (1%-5%) addition to basic salt flux. But, there was no considerable effect due ta the increasing of viscosity when the fluorides were added over 5%, respectively. E s p d y , the most aluminum recovery was about 83.5% when 5% cryolite was added to 40% basic salt flux.
Extraction of Aluminum from Coal Fly Ash with Sulfuric Acid and Calcium Fluoride
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 1, 1997, Pages 11~16
The extraction of aluminum from coal fly nsh wa studied using H,SO, and CaF, as leachants Aluminum was effectively extracted by HF formed &om the reaction of H,SO, and CaF, which decomposed the mullite in fly ash. The cffeas of H,SO' and CaFi concentration, reaction temperature, and reacliou time on aluminum extraction were investigated. 97% of aluminum was extracted by 4 M H:SO, and 0.5 M CaF, at 106
C for 10 houci.
Separation of Magnetic/non-Magnetic Particles by an Electromagnetic Fluidized Bed
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 1, 1997, Pages 17~22
An electromagnetic fluidized bed was proposed for the continuous separation of magnetic particles from the fine a admixtures with nonHmagnetic particles. The effects of operating variables on the magnetic fraction in the separated p particles were examined, including superficial gas velocity, mixing fraction of magnetic particles (= 100-mixing fraction of n non-magnetic particles) in the admixture, and electric current supplied to the electwmagnet. It was found that the s separation was possible when a magnetic force formed by the electromagnets works on the magnetic particles over the hydrodynamic force caused by a gas stream for fluidizing the fine admixture.
Treatment of Industrial Wastes by Melting Using H.F. Induction Furnace
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 1, 1997, Pages 23~28
Iron and slag were prepared by melting mixed industrial wastes in an induction furnace. The wastes were steel can, limestone sludge, waste foundry sand, coal fly ash, and glasses. The effects of their mixing ratio on the charactenstics of the meltcd slag were investigated. The wastes were melted to slag under the constant basicity of 1.2. It was found that the major phases of the slag were P-C,S and C,AS and then ratio was determined by the mixing ratio af waste materials. The recovery of iron was about 93-95%. The feasibility of using the slag as the aggregate was confirmed by thc elution and campression tests.
Synthesis of Cement Raw Materials by Melting of Industiral Wastes(II)
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 1, 1997, Pages 29~34
The feasibility of using the industrial inorganic waste materials such as l~mestone sludge. Soundly sand. coal fly 'ash, and chemical glasses as a raw material for cement clinker by melting treatmeut was iovestigated. The slag wh~ch is obtained from thc melts of the mixtnres of waste materials is composed of P-C,S(ZCaO - SIOJ and C,AS(ZCaO . AI,O, . SiO,) phases. The effect of melting tempcrabre, coaling condition and CIS ratio on the fo~mation of P-C,S phasc was examed. In order to obtain thc P-CiS phase which is useful in thc utilhtion as a clinkcr malcrid, it B found that sudl considerations as low melting temperature as possible of the wastc mixhire, quenching the melts and law CIS ratio of the mlxhlre are necessary.
The Thermal Behavior and Removal of Chloride in EAF Dust
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 1, 1997, Pages 35~39
This study was carried out to find the existing forms of chlorlnc in EM dust and to understand the valaliliratian behavior and the removal of chlorine from EAF dust with lemperalure and heating almosphere The chemical compositions of dust A are 27.3%Fe. 21.8%3Zn, 3 15%Pb, 3 51%C1 and that of dust B BE 33.92%Fe, 15.94%Zn, 2.73% Pb, 3.98%Cl. The XRD analysis and water leaching test shows that chlorlne in EM dust exist mainly as NaCI, KCI, Pb (0H)Cl. Above 99% of chlorine was volatilized when dust was hentcd in alr atmosphere at 1100
C h r 1 hour and that was 96% when heated in reduction atmosnherc at 1100
C for 1 hour.
Drying of Sewage Sludge Using Microwave Energy
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 1, 1997, Pages 40~46
Sludgc d~sposal has been a major challenge in the wastewater treatment. Drying is operation which is separated fromsewage sludge to solid and liquid by heating. Drying needs to pretreatment process for effective "thation, incinerationand dispaal The objective of this work was to the drying dewatered sewage sludge by microwave heating, and tocompare the experimental rcsults with thcorctical rcsults. Microwave drylng is fast and has a high efficiency. In thepresent \ark, an unsteady state analysis of one dunensional drying, with microwave heating, is carried out. In drying ratecurve, moisture movement at falling rate period occured by dfision. A good agreement was abtamed between the modcland the experimental results using the slab sample of 0.2cm thickness. 0.2cm thickness.