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Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling
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Volume 9, Issue 6 - Dec 2000
Volume 9, Issue 5 - Oct 2000
Volume 9, Issue 4 - Aug 2000
Volume 9, Issue 3 - Jun 2000
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Apr 2000
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Feb 2000
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A Study on the Cementation of Cu, Ni and Co Ions with Mn Powders in Chloride Solution
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 3, 2000, Pages 3~12
A Study on the cementation for the recovery of Cu, Ni and Co with Mn metallic powders in leaching solution from the manganese nodule that have removed Fe ions was studied. The results showed that the recovery efficiencies of metal ions with Mn powders increased when the temperature, pH and the concentration of chloride ions were increased in mixed solution. And the recovery efficiencies of Cu was 98% and not changed with the addition amounts of Mn powders but, in case of Co and Ni, the recovery efficiencies were increased with the addition amounts. The particle size of precipitate was about
. From the results of experiment we proposed the two-step cementation process for the recovery of Cu, Ni and Co with Mn powders.
Analysis of a Double Pipe Heat Exchanger for Waste Solvent Recovery
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 3, 2000, Pages 13~21
This study describes to analyze the heat transfer characteristics of waste solvent recovery system using a double pipe heat exchanger heating solvent by the hot oil. The solvent recovery system consists of the feeding pump, the double pipe heat exchanger, the vacuum spray chamber, and the condenser. A double pipe heat exchanger consists of the first section to conduct the heating of solvent to the thermal saturated point and the second section to evaporate the saturated solvent. The heat transfer area for vaporization of water, benzene and alkylbenzene was predicted by the heat balance modelling and experimentally measured from the temperature distribution as a function of solvent flow rate and heating temperature. The required heat transfer area for vaporization was increased with increasing solvent flow rates and with decreasing heating temperatures due to decreased quantity of transferred heat per the unit area. Theoretical modelling of the heat transfer area for solvents vaporization in the pipe showed good agreement with experimental results. Results showed to be suitable for the waste solvent recovery using a double pipe heat exchanger.
Recovery of Gallium from Zinc Smelting Residues by Alkali Leaching
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 3, 2000, Pages 22~28
A study on the recovery of gallium from zinc residues is carried out by alkali leaching using NaOH. The results show that in case of alkali leaching of zinc residues, Zn, K and Si are mainly leached out and Fe and other base metals are scarcely leached out, which results in that gallium is easily recovered by solvent extraction. The leaching efficiency of gallium increases with increasing alkali concentration and solid density. Especially, alkali consumption is considerably reduced by washing the zinc residues with water before leaching in order to eleminate the soluble zinc compounds. The gallium from zinc residues is found to be leached out with a recovery of 80% or higher for 2hrs leaching with 1~1.25 M/L NaOH solution and solid density 333 g/L at
Recovery of Gallium from Zinc Residues by Solvent Extraction
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 3, 2000, Pages 29~36
A study on the recovery of gallium from leaching solutions is carried out by solvent extraction in order to produce gallium oxide of high purity. The results show that the extraction of gallium is found to be increase with acidities of aqueous solution up to 7.4 M/L when pure isopropyl ether is used. And the extraction of iron also increases with increasing acidity of aqueous solution. It appears that the separation of gallium from iron cannot be satisfactorily accomplished with isopropyl ether. But, in the case of extaction with D2EHPA, almost complete extraction of iron is achieved-leaving all the gallium in the aqueous solution-by maintaining the acidity of aqueous solution at 2 M/L. Accordingly,
of more than 99wt.% in purity can be produced from zinc residues through the processes comprising of alkali leaching, precipitation by neutralization and solvent extraction using isopropyl ether and D2EHPA as extractants.
Effect of Moisture and Freeze-Thaw on Mechanical Properties of CRM Asphalt Mexture
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 3, 2000, Pages 37~45
This paper presents the experimental test results on moisture and freeze-thaw resistance of hot mix crumb rubber modified (CRM) asphalt concrete mixture. To compare the differences in mechanical properties of conventional and CRM asphalt concretes, various tests were conducted under different moisture conditions and freeze-thaw cycles. Marshall mix design was also performed to determine the optimum asphalt contents for the both asphalt concrete mixtures. Test results revealed that the moisture and freeze-thaw resistance of CRM asphalt mixture was superior to the conventional asphalt concrete. As a result, it is considered that the utilization of waste tires in asphalt pavements has the potential of minimizing the damage due to the moisture and freeze-thaw.
Study on Recycling of Waste Rubbers as Medium Components for Hydroponic Culture of Rose
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 3, 2000, Pages 46~53
Recently, the efficient disposal of the waste rubber is necessary due to increasing amount of the waste rubbers. In this paper, method of recycling waste rubbers as components of medium for hydroponic rose culture was suggested. We investigated growth of rose, and macro- and micro-elements, pH and EC of the media amended with waste rubber, In the beginning of culture, stress symptoms such as thin brittle stem and incipient wilting were observed, but they disappeared in a few weeks. Concentration of
in media at flowering increased in proportion to contents of waste tire in the media. pH of media at flowering were in the range of 5.70 to 6.35. Rose growth in all media, except in wasterock wool mixed with EPDM powder at 9:3 ratio, was normal and equivalent to the control in terms of stem length, number of stems harvested and fresh weight.