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By Tao Jiang,Jiann-Yang Hwang,Mark E. Schlesinger, et al.John Wiley & Sons, Inc.|Wiley||Wiley-TMSAdult NonfictionScience, TechnologyLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 07.02.2014Street date: 10.01.2014Preview

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Schlesinger, Onuralp Yucel, Rafael Padilla, Phillip J. Mackey, and Guifeng Zhou TMS (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society), 2014 A NEW BOTTOM GAS PURGING SYSTEM FOR STATIONARY AND TILTING COPPER ANODE FURNACES 1 1 Goran Vukovic, 2Klaus Gamweger RHI-AG, Wienerbergstrasse 9, Vienna, A-1100, Austria 2 RHI-AG, Magnesitstrasse 2, 8700 Leoben, Austria Keywords: Copper, Stationary and Tilting Anode furnaces, Bottom gas purging, Slidable purging system Abstract The use of gas purging plugs in the copper industry is a widely used practice.

Introduction Titanium and titanium alloys have attracted much attention because of their many desirable properties. The primary titanium metal is currently produced at industrial scale by the so called Kroll Process. Kroll process is a two steps batch method involving the conversion of titanium oxide to titanium tetrachloride and then the titanium production through magnesiothermic reduction of titanium tetrachloride [1, 2]. In order to reduce the energy consumption and then the price of titanium, in the recent years, many researches focused on developing alternative processes.

Hydrometallurgical processes are more applicable to limonite ores and include ammonia–ammonium carbonate leaching, atmospheric leaching with sulphuric acid and high-pressure acid leaching. These processes have the disadvantages of low extraction of nickel and substantial energy and reagent requirements[5-7]. In the production of stainless steel, it is not necessary to add pure nickel metal but ferronickel alloy. The process, which produces ferronickel granules by direct reduction of garnierite ore in a rotary hearth furnace, is considered to be a low-cost ferronickel process with the advantages of low energy consumption and using coal rather than expensive electric power as main energy source.

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