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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 Recovery of Mn Component from the Spent Manganese Batteries with Ammonium Sulfate
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 6, 2000, Pages 3~8
A reaction between the depolarizing mixture in the spent manganese batteries and (
was carried out to find a new process for the extraction of Mn component from the spent manganese batteries. The optimum conditions were as follows : the reaction temperature
weight ratio to the depolarizing mixture in the spent manganese batteries 12.0, reaction time 60 min. Under above conditions manganese was extracted 93.5%.
Adsorption Characteristics of Waste-Paint Activated Carbon
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 6, 2000, Pages 9~14
Comparing the adsorption characteristics of coconut shell activated carbon (CSAC) and waste paint activated carbon (WPAC), Freundlich adsorption isotherms of alkylbenzene sulfonate (ABS) obtained from the secondary treatment water of H company and effluent of D company were estimated q=23.12
with WPAC and
with CSAC respectively. In the case of H company, breakthrough time of the ABS using CSAC by continuous experiment was estimated 680 minute md that of WPAC was 610 minute. In the case of D company effluent, CSAC was estimated 720 minute, and that of WPAC was estimated 640 minute to reach the breakthrough. From the above results, it is possible to replace the coco-nut shell activated carbon with wasted paint activated carbon.
Thermal Decomposition and Combustion Behavior of Plastics into Blast Furnace
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 6, 2000, Pages 15~22
There are many intensive efforts to develop the recycling technologies of waste plastics in steel works to tackle the saving of resources and the protection of the natural environment. In this study, the thermogravimetric analyses for three kinds of plastics, the combustion experiments and the theoretical approach for calculating the flame temperature in the blast furnace had been performed to understand the behavior of plastics in the raceway. The thermal decompositions of plastics were studied using thermogravimetric analyzer under the atmospheric condition. The starting temperature of thermal decomposition and the maximum weight loss point were increased in proportion to the logarithmic values of heating rate. The combustion characteristics of plastics were simulated in a coke-bed combustor. The combustion efficiency of plastics was lower than that of pulverized coal. The oxygen enrichment was found out to be one of the useful methods to increase the combustibility of plastics in raceway. The maximum injection rate of plastics was calculated based on the flame temperature.
Analysis of Furnace Conditions with Waste Plastics Injection into Blast Furnace
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 6, 2000, Pages 23~30
Since most of the waste plastics are incinerated and landfilled for the plastic treatment, the environmental friendly processes must be introduced. The plastic utilization of plastic to the blast furnace as a substitutional fuel was developed as a useful recycling method of waste plastics, and commercialized in several ironmaking company in Europe and Japan. Present study was carried out to understand the effect of plastic injection on blast furnace process continuously by using the foundry blast furnace in POSCO. The coke replacement ratio turned out to be 0.98 with the waste plastic injection up to 13.8 kg/thm of injection rate, and there were no significant effect of the kinds of injection plastics on the replacement ratio in this test operation. The permeability in the furnace became worse and the heat load in the lower part of blast furnace was increased with increasing the injection rate of waste plastics. As the rate of plastic injection were increased, the top gas utilization and shaft efficiency were also decreased from the Rist diagram analysis.
Microwave Absorber Prepared by Using the Wasted Mn-Zn Ferrite and the Cement
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 6, 2000, Pages 31~35
The complex permeability, the complex permittivity and the reflection loss are investigated in the composite microwave absorbers which are mixed with the wasted Mn-Zn ferrite and the industrial cement. The cement has larger the complex permittivity than that of the rubber. The complex permittivity is decreasing with the increment of the mixing ratio of Mn-Zn ferrite to cement (F/C in weight) and the complex permeability is increasing with the increment of F/C. The maximum reflection loss is above -40 dB at all samples. The matching frequency is in the range of 1.3 GHz to 2.9 GHz and is decreasing with the increment of F/C from 1 to 3. The matching thickness is increasing with the increment of F/C. The wasted Mn-Zn ferrite and the cement is very useful material for the composite microwave absorber.
Effect of the Particle Size and Unburned Carbon Content on the Separation Efficiency of Fly ash in the Countercurrent Column Flotation
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 6, 2000, Pages 36~44
Fly ash was composed of the unburned carbon and mineral particles. The former was able to attach on the bubbles, while the latter was not. Therefore, it was possible to separate the unburned carbon and the mineral from fly ash using the froth flotation process. This study was carried out to evaluate the separation efficiency as a function of the ny ash particle properties in the column flotation. Separation efficiency was analyzed for various size fraction of -38 fm,38~125 fm and 1125 W, and for various fly ash samples containing 7, 11, and 20 wt% unburned carbon. For the size fractions of -38 fm containing 7 wt% unburned carbon, separation efficiency was 86ft, whereas separation efficiency was found to be 74% for the size fraction of +125
containing 20 wt% unburned carbon. The results indicated that separation efficiency increased with the decrease in the particle size and the unburned carbon content of the fly ash.
A Study on Reduction Treatment of EAF′s Dusts Mixed with Millscale
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 6, 2000, Pages 45~52
Generally, the residues of EAF's dusts treated by reduction process at high temperature are disposed. If the residues can be recycled as iron sources of EAF by upgrading their iron contents, it can be expected to reduce the amounts of disposed wastes and the environmental impacts. Reduction of EAF's dusts mixed with millscale was carried out in rotary hearth furnace to upgrade iron contents of reduction residues. Dusts should be reduced rapidly to protect from reoxidation of reduced iron residue which can be reoxidized at high temperature. In our experimental conditions, optimum reduction time was about 40min. and iron contents of the residues were increased with increasing mixing ratio of millscale and upgrade to 85% at 50%wt mixing ratio. Zinc and lead contents in residues were about 3% and 0.5% respectively. The residues reduced rapidly must be recycled in EAF because heavy metal elements in the residues can be extracted easily and contaminate air and water.
A Process for Recycling of Used Steel Can and Automatic Treatment System
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 9, issue 6, 2000, Pages 53~57
In the present paper, a current technical progress for recycling of used steel can is described. The developed technology was a kind of pre-treatment through an automatic equipment system to increase recycling and melting efficiency of used steel co. The process consisted of several unit processes such as breaking of steel can bale, removing dust, separation of aluminum can, delacquering, and compressing to bale. Also, aluminum powders were recovered as a by-product at the delacquering step. The process was carried out automatically through by use of the developed equipment system. The automatic system could be very available in mass treatment of used steel can.