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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 a Metalic Fe-particle from the Steelmaking E.A.F. Slag by the Magnetic Separation
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 3, 1997, Pages 3~8
The EA.F. sleelmaking slag (slag that follow) of a cnmvany 1 Co.. containzd a simple substance of a metal, wustlte (FeO), magnetite (Fe,O,), gehlenite (CaAl,SiO,), monlicellite (CaMgSiO,), dc. To recovere a metal (Fe grade . t95%) in the slag, it is desirable that the particles of a metal are isolated from thc slag and madc for a liberated subslance. Then, the liberaled melal is easlly recoveled by a magnetic separation. If thc rcclarnalcd slag, the sizc of which ranges under 40 nun, have a mulli-stage crushing, the most of a metal in thc slag is simply isolaled as a liberated subslance. If the mad, lhat is a liberated subslance and a sphere, is recovered by a magnetic field intensity. the minimum intensity, at which a metal is attracted, is approximately IOOG and did no1 dcpcnd on the particle size of a metad in the same particles. TIe recovered material. that contdined a iron (Fe) over 95% is a metal which is crushed slag by l00G in the multi-stage. If the magnetic field intcns~ty increase, the recovery mcrcasc, but the concentration grade decrease Bewusc thc concentration eams more and more impurities, iron oxide and the coml~ound of alkali earth element. 'll~ercforc If the rccla~nated slag have the multi-stage crushing, the metal is almostly recovered in the crushed slag by lO0G on each particles. If the slag, used as a rcclamatian lhat is a amount of 350,000 tan from I Co., was undcr the multistage crushing and then separaled by 100gauss, it is possible to recova a metal approximately 2.500 Ion, lhat is 0.73% of n ~eclamated slag. in 304.7 mm particles and to recover 4.200 tan in 0.3-1.7 mm particles , that is 1.2% nf a rcclamated slag, in a year. Therefore, ihe told recoverable meld is 6,700 ton, that is 19% of a reclmated slag, in a year, too.
Solvent Extraction for the Recovery of Copper from Hydrochloric Etching Solutions by Alamine336
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 3, 1997, Pages 9~14
A study has been made of the rccovery of copper (11) by solvent extraction with Alamine336 (Tri-n-oclylamine) as a extractant from hydrochloric etching solutions. The effect of extractant concentrations, hydrochloric acid, chloride Ion concentrations and phase ratio (organiclaqueaus) on copper extraction were studied. Experimental results showed that the concenl~atiano f extractant and the phase ratio strongly influenced the copper extraction, and the extraction percent of capper Increased at higher hydrochloric acid and chloride ion mncmhation. We proposed that the optimum extrachon stages of copper for continuous extraction process by analysidng thc McCabe-Thielc diagram. Stripping of copper from the loaded organic phases wn be accomplished by pure water (H, O) as a dripping reagent effectively. As the tcmpcrature is increased, thc stripping of copper is enhanced.
Triboelectrostatic Separation of Unburned Carbon from Flyash for Ash Recycling
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 3, 1997, Pages 15~21
Flyash kom a coal-hed power plan1 is produced approximtcly 3 million tons m 1996 and causes the serious environmentalpmblem due to thc disposal in the ash pond. Flyash is an accepted additive in concrete where it adds strength, sulfate ateresistanceand reduced cost, provided acccptablc levcls of unbun~ed a h a n are mmtmed This papzr describes to investigate thc technicalfeasibility of a dry t~iboelcctrostatlcp roccss to scparate unburned carbon h m f lyash into economically valuable produck Puliclesof unburned carbon and flyash can be impded positivc and negative surface charzes. rcapeclively. with a copper tniochargcr dueto dirferences in (he work function values of thc particles and the tnbacharger. and cm he separated by passing thcm throuph anexternal electic field. A laboratory s d e separation system consists of r sacw feeder for ash supply, a tniocharger, verticalcollecling copper plates, power supplies, a flow meter, and a fan. Separation tests taking into account separahian efficiency and ashrecovery showed that flyash recovery was sh-nngly dependent an thc tnbocharger geomzhy, elect"c ficld strength. flyssh s ~ c a,n dash feeding late. Optimal separation conditions were flyash size less than 125 Fm and electric field shcngrh of 200 kV1m. Ovcr 80%of the flyash with 7% lass on ignition was recovered at wrbon contznts less than 3%bon contznts less than 3%
A Study on the Recycling of Radioactively Contaminated Metal Waste
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 3, 1997, Pages 22~27
Recycling of radioactively contaminated metal wasles is very attractive to reduce thc final disposal volumc of the radioactive wastes, thereby maximizing the usage of nahrral rzsuunts and minimizmg the detrimental effects of thz rzdioaclive wastes on the environment. In the recycling process, many complicated processes arc involved. Among those processes the 'surface contamination removal techniques such as physical, chemical and electrochern~calm ethods are the most critical and Ircquently applied in accordance with the contamination characteristics and the chemical compositions of the metal wastes. In this sludy, the sulfuric acid-cerium method and electmchemical methods were applied lu removc the conatiminated suhce. The results showed the surface contaminalion could he lowered to the background levcl by lhasc mclhods.
A Study on the Water Treatment using Shell Waste
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 3, 1997, Pages 28~35
Adsorption properities of hcavy metals (Cd, Cu, Fe, Mn, Pb, Zn) and organic compounds (Trichloroethylene and T Tetrachroethy len려 on sh
1I( oyster and ark shell) were investigated using wat
r treatment matenals, The shell powder (m띠or C crystal structurc is calcium hydroxide) showed the preference adsorption for heavy metals in order of Mn > Zn > Fe > Cd > eu > P Pb. The high removal capacities of heavy metals arc helicved to be largely due to precipitation by foonation of metal c carhonat,잃 and hydroxides at high pH caused by the
component of sl1ell, immobilizatIon of heavy metals in a solid I matrix by calcium‘ and fixation by insoluble organic materials in the oystcr and ark shell. The use of sh려I in water treatment h has the potential to bc benefIcial as a source of inexpensive matcrials‘ moreover, not only treatment of waste but also e environmcntal business including environmental-purification ceramics could be better off by utili낌ng high-valued waste and d developed puri'fication ceramics and media.
Recovery of Gold from Electronic Scrap by Hydrometallurgical Process
Lee, Churl-Kyoung ; Rhee, Kang-In ; Sohn, Hun-Joon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 3, 1997, Pages 36~40
A series of processes has been developed to recover the gold from electronic scrap containing about 200~600 ppm Au. First, mechanical beneficiation including shredding, crushing and screening was employed. Results showed that 99 percent of gold component leaves in the fraction of under 1mm of crushed scrap and its concentration was enriched to about 800 ppm without incineration. The crushed scrap was leached in 50% aqua regia solution and gold was completely dissolved at
withing 2 hours. Other valuable metals such as silver, copper, nickel and iron were also dissolved. The resulting solution was boiled to remove nitrous compounds in the leachate. Finally, a newly designed electrolyzer was tested to recover the gold metal. More than 99% of gold and silver were recovered within an hour by electrowinning process.
The Recovery of Tellurium from Copper Anode Slimes by Hydrometallurgical Processes
Lee, Churl-Kyoung ; Rhee, Kang-In ; Sohn, Hun-Joon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 6, issue 3, 1997, Pages 41~45
The recovery of tellurium from Te-cement obtained during the processing of copper anode slimes was carried out by a series of hydrometallurgical processes, i.E. leaching Te-cement in NaOH solution, precipitation of impurities with the addition of
followed by direct electrowinning of tellurium in NaOH solution. The optimum conditions for each process were determined and discussed in terms of various parameters associated with each step to maximize the recovery and purity of tellurium. The final purity of tellurium from electrownning in alkaline solution was found to be more than 99.9%.