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Recovery of electrolyte from waste aluminum reduction carbonaceous pot linings

Robert Sidney Shoemaker

Recovery of electrolyte from waste aluminum reduction carbonaceous pot linings

by Robert Sidney Shoemaker

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electrolytic reduction.,
  • Salvage (Waste, etc.).,
  • Aluminum.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert Sidney Shoemaker.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14281552M

      Industrial production of primary aluminum is carried out by the Hall–Héroult process, named after its inventors, who independently of each other, in , developed and patented an electrolytic process in which aluminum oxide (or alumina, Al 2 O 3) is dissolved in an electrolyte consisting mainly of molten cryolite (Na 3 AlF 6) and aluminum fluoride (AlF 3).Cited by: Spent Potlining (SPL) is a waste material generated in the primary aluminium smelting industry. Spent Potlining is also known as Spent Potliner and Spent Cell Liner. Primary aluminium smelting is the process of extracting aluminium metal from aluminium oxide (also known as alumina). The process takes place in electrolytic cells that are known as pots. The pots are made up of steel shells with.

    Aluminum Processing; Aluminum Reduction Technology; Economic and Environmental Alternative for Destination of Spent Pot Lining from Primary Aluminum Production (Pages: ) Bruna Meirelles; Henrique Santos; A Novel Heat Recovery Technology from an Aluminum Reduction Cell Side Walls: Experimental and Theoretical Investigations (Pages. The UV oxidation of the electrolyte removes these organic compounds in the course of the treatment and puts the electrolyte back into the state of a new electrolyte. In conjunction with the re-sharpening of the electrolyte, bath care by means of UV oxidation is able to permanently maintain the electrolytes at a high level of quality and.

    Effect of Iron Source on Vanadium Recovery in Pot Metal. Cole, D. L. / Terrell, M. / Wood, S. T A Parameter Study of the Formation of C-F Gases Anode Effect in Aluminum Reduction Cells. Oeygard, A. / Halvorsen, T. A Maximizing the Aluminum Recovered from Your Dross and Elimination of Any Waste Products in Dross Recycling. Roth, D. J. Relevance and Project Objectives Project Objectives: – Examine material scarcity issues that may influence viability of automotive lithium -ion batteries – Characterize drivers of cradle -to-gate energy and GHG emissions intensity of lithium-ion batteries and identify means for their reduction – Characterize lithium -ion battery recycling in the United States.


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Recovery of electrolyte from waste aluminum reduction carbonaceous pot linings by Robert Sidney Shoemaker Download PDF EPUB FB2

RECOVERY OF ELECTROLYTE FRO. M WASTE ALUMINUM REDtTCTION pot that has a heavy carbonaceous lining which acts as the cathode.

This lining is composed of powdered anthracite coal, calcined petroleum coke, a nd a petroleum Recovery of Electrolytes from Waste Aluminum Reduction Carbonaceous Pot Linings. Recovery of electrolyte from waste aluminum reduction carbonaceous pot linings Public Deposited.

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The step that was used in the investigation was a two-step leaching process, as presented in "Recovery of carbon and cryolite from spent pot lining of aluminium reduction cells by chemical. Treatment of spent pot-lining (SPL) from aluminium smelting cells by a two-stage leaching scheme comprising a water wash and an Al3+ leach and fluoride recovery as an aluminium hydroxyfluoride.

Spent pot lining (SPL) is a hazardous waste produced during the Hall−Heroult process in the electrolytic aluminum industry (Xiao et al., a).

During the electrolytic reduction process, the electrolyte (e.g., Na 3 AlF 6, AlF 3, CaF 2, LiF), molten aluminum, and other corrosive substances continuously infiltrate into the carbonaceous lining (Chauke and Craig, ), causing loss of the.

Lining of aluminum electrolysis aluminium There is a growing demand for aluminium, a metal presenting a unique combination of properties: it is light, mechanically resistant, rust resistant, it displays conductivity and ductility and it is recyclable so it can be used in growth sectors such as.

In this work, the first cut of spent pot lining (SPL), a carbonaceous residue from the aluminum industry, was characterized aiming to evaluate its possible applications in the ironmaking processes. In general, SPL first cut presented acceptable energy potential for various ironmaking by: 7.

Spent Pot Lining-Background Safe disposal of spent pot lining (SPL) of the cryolite bath is the greatest solid waste problem from aluminium smelting process. Pot lining is a layer of carbon situated between the molten metal and refractory material in side the steel shell of an aluminium reduction cell.

The electrolysis cell, or “pot,” shown schematically in Fig.is shaped like a shallow rectangular basin. It consists of a steel shell with a lining of fireclay brick for heat insula-tion, which is, in turn, lined with carbon bricks to hold the fused salt electrolyte.

SteelFile Size: KB. Spent pot lining (SPL) and red mud are well-known waste products from the aluminum industry and have been the cause of significant spending for all aluminum producers. The SPL generation rate is approximately 1 to million tonnes per annum, representing a significant environmental burden to the aluminum industry.

The electrolyte used to dissolve the alumina has several properties that change according to its chemical composition. Discussing on the various electrolyte properties we will see that the same changes in bath composition will improve some properties while worsening some others.

As a result, there is not an optimum bath composition, but it is always fundamental to look for an optimal bath. Electrolytic production, which is one of the most power-consuming and environmentally dangerous technologies, occupies a special place in nonferrous metallurgy.

For example, aluminum production by the electrolysis of cryolite–alumina melts is accompanied by atmospheric emissions of fluorine-containing substances, sulfur-containing substances, and hydrocarbons, while magnesium Author: N.

Nemchinova, A. Yakovleva. Andrey Yurkov, Oksana Danilova, Alex Dovgal, SiC side lining of reduction cells – aspects of physical chemistry in processing and degradation, Proceedings of 11th Australasian Aluminium Smelting Technology Conference, Dubai, UAE, DecemberEditors: Barry Welch, Maria Scillos-Kazakos, UNSW, Australia, IBSNby: 3.

scrap coke, ore, cryolite, aluminum fluoride, bath, brick, concrete, and maintenance activity debris. Reynolds operated a cryolite recovery plant from until May The cryolite recovery plant reclaimed electrolyte that was absorbed into the carbonaceous pot lining and fluoride compounds from the wet air emission system solids.

Aluminium smelting is the process of extracting aluminium from its oxide, alumina, generally by the Hall-Héroult a is extracted from the ore bauxite by means of the Bayer process at an alumina refinery. This is an electrolytic process, so an aluminium smelter uses huge amounts of electricity; smelters tend to be located close to large power stations, often hydro-electric ones.

Process for recovery of aluminum from carbonaceous waste products: Kopalyi: / Pyrohydrolysis process for spent aluminum reduction cell linings: Andersen et al. / Process for the utilization of waste materials from electrolytic aluminum reduction systems: Bell et al.

/ • The electrolyte replacement protocols, Calcium chloride (Level I areas only) or Calcium gluconate (all levels of care), Magnesium sulfate, Potassium chloride, or Potassium Phosphate, may be ordered individually or in combination.

POTASSIUM REPLACEMENT PROTOCOL – INTRAVENOUS • Recommended rate of infusion is 10 mEq/hFile Size: KB. Whereas there are numerous experimental and computational studies of electrochemical reduction leading to the formation of solid-electrolyte interface (SEI) in lithium-ion batteries, so far there have been no direct spectroscopic observations of radical intermediates involved in the SEI formation.

In Part 1 of this series, radiolysis and laser photoionization of carbonate electrolytes are used Cited by: Technical improvements of the pot fume control and the recovery of fluorides in a soederberg plant.

Tosaka, S. / Hosoi Aluminum reduction plant distributive control systems. print version. Silicon carbide bonded silicon carbode a new material in reduction cell linings. Smith, P.L. / Barrick, R.F. | print version. Zou, B () Method for producing aluminium electrolyte by using aluminium electrolysis waste materials and recycling carbon.

CN Patent (Appl. date 25 January ) Google Scholar Author: Rudolf P. Pawlek.Electrolyte Solutions In the last few chapters of this book, we will deal with several speci c types of chemical systems. The rst one is solutions and equilibria involving electrolytes, which we will take up in this chapter.

The thermodynamics of electrolyte so-lutions is important for a large number of chemical systems, such as acid-baseFile Size: KB.electrolytic cell to produce molten aluminum, which is periodically withdrawn from the cathode by vacuum siphoning. The electrolytic cells used in the process need to be periodically replaced, producing a carbon-based solid waste ( kg/kg Al) known as Spent Pot Lining (SPL), which is classified as a hazardous waste due to its chemicalFile Size: KB.