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Arc furnace recycling of chromium-nickel from stainless steel wastes

Paul G Barnard

Arc furnace recycling of chromium-nickel from stainless steel wastes

by Paul G Barnard

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scrap metals,
  • Nickel-chromium alloys,
  • Recycling (Waste, etc.)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 10

    Statementby P. G. Barnard, W. M. Dressel, and M. M. Fine
    SeriesReport of investigations - Bureau of Mines ; 8218
    ContributionsDressel, W. M. jt. auth, United States. Bureau of Mines
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[3], 10 p. :
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14914781M

    Metal Recycling †Opportunities, Limits, Infrastructure. Foreword The challenge of sustainable development at the beginning of the 21st century has become a systemic one, with. Full text of "Slag disposal site investigation at Algoma Steel Corporation, volume I" See other formats.

      Stainless steel nozzles can be difficult to remove, and because of this, they are sometimes not removed when clogged (Egide ). Remove Sludge and Soils Promptly. Removing sludge and soils from aqueous cleaning soak tanks will reduce chemical use by increasing the permissible time interval between dumping and total cleanout of the tank. Book of Abstracts 1 Book of Abstracts 1 2 Contents 27 Chapter 1Keynote Speakers 29 Organizational Change Management for Sustainability 33 Climate Change and the Industrial Ecology of Carbon 35 Industrial ecology: Moving beyond technological innovation to culture change 37 Chapter 2Platform PresentationsDesigning Sustainable Cities 39 Designing an Optimal Urban Community Mixfor Aquifer .

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Arc furnace recycling of chromium-nickel from stainless steel wastes by Paul G Barnard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Arc furnace recycling of chromium-nickel from stainless steel wastes. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Online version: Barnard, Paul G. Arc furnace recycling of chromium-nickel from stainless steel wastes.

[Washington]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Material. A 2,lb demonstration test of the process in a commercial electric-arc furnace is also described. Data are also presented on three 1,lb tests, made using various slag conditions in the electric-arc furnace.

Recoveries up to 99 pct of the fe, cr, and ni contents of stainless steel wastes were obtained in. Tests with normal baghouse dust from electric arc furnace steelmaking resulted in metal yields of more than 97 % for both iron, zinc and lead.

Similar tests with dust from Arc furnace recycling of chromium-nickel from stainless steel wastes book steel-making resulted in a liquid iron alloyed with chromium, nickel and molybdenum, again with high metal by: 2. Approximately 21 million tons of steel industry slag are produced each year in the United States, and many productive commercial uses of slag have been developed (e.g., road bed, fill material).

However, because slag contains heavy metals at concentrations that are higher than in most soil, questions have been raised regarding the need to evaluate the potential human health and environmental Cited by: H. Powell, W. Dressel and R.

Crosby, Converting stainless steel furnace flue dusts and wastes to a recyclable alloy, Bu Mines RI (). Barnard, W. Dressel and M. Fine, Arc furnace recycling of chromium-nickel from stainless steel wastes, Bu Mines RI (). The first stage in the production of stainless steel from ferrochromium nickel cathode and ferronickel and the recycling of scrap takes place in the Electric Arc Furnace (EAF).

The main business of HRD is processing electric arc furnace dust (RCRA waste K) from the steelmaking industry and other feed sources (e.g., F and F) with recoverable zinc, lead, cadmium and iron.

The market focus for this company is on wastes containing chromium, nickel and iron. They currently process wastes from approximately The energy used to produce austenitic stainless steel was quantified throughout its entire life cycle for three scenarios: (1) current global operations, (2) % recycling, and (3) use of only.

Table T. COMPANIES ENGAGED IN IRON AND STEEL OPERATIONS, Operation Operate steel facilities Pig iron (for sale and for in-plant use) Coke Raw steel Carbon quality steel Alloy steel Stainless steel Steel bars Wire products Plates Pipe and tubing Cold rolled sheets Tool steel Number of companies 30 48 95 78 54 28 50 50 26 60 25 15 In.

Kryron 7. Magnalium (5% magnesium): used in airplane bodies, ladders,etc. Nambe (aluminium plus seven other undisclosed metals), serveware, exclusively from the one manufacturer.

Sector Notebook Project Iron and Steel Industry EPA/R EPA Office of Compliance Profile of the Iron Sector Notebook Project and Steel Industry September Office of Compliance Office of Enforcement i nd Compliance Assurance U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency M St., SW (MC A) Washington, DC For sale by the U.S. Government Printing Office Superintendent. Two types of stainless steel plant dusts containing both 11% Cr and respectively 1 and 4% Ni have been smelted in a transferred-arc plasma furnace to recover heavy metals in the melt and all volatile metals in Author: M.D.

Handfield, M.G. Drouet. The Design Manual for Structural Stainless Steel 2 indicates that austenitic stainless steels suffer from the same types of distortion during welding as carbon steel, but the higher coefficient of expansion (17 μ m/m°C versus 12 μ m/m°C for carbon steel) and the lower thermal conductivity (approximately 30% of carbon steel) increase.

According to Kusik from his book Energy Use Patterns for Metal Recycling, “the major process for making stainless steel is a duplex method which involves melting and initial refining in an electric arc furnace, followed by refining in an AOD (argon-oxygen decarburization) vessel.” Although electric arc furnaces are able to melt % scrap.

Steel slag is produced from Basic Oxygen Furnace and Electric Arc Furnace in steel making and the main chemical compositions include CaO, SiO 2, Al 2 O 3, Fe 2 O 3, MgO and FeO [3,4,5]. Huawei [ 6 ] reports that the production of each of these three tons of stainless steel will create one tonne of by: RECYCLING METALS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT RECYCLING METALS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT Wernick, Iddo K.

Metals play an important part in modern societies and have historically been linked with industrial development and improved living standards. Society can draw on metal resources from Earthâ s crust as well as from metal discarded after use in the economy. The venture, situated at Samancor's former Palmiet Ferrochrome plant near Krugersdorp, west of Johannesburg, uses a 40 MVA DC transferred-arc furnace to smelt stainless steel plant dust and other waste materials, recovering valuable metals into a ferronickel-chromium master alloy for recycling to the stainless steelmaking process.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Investigations of metal ecotoxicity in life cycle assessment (LCA) and life cycle impact assessment (LCIA) are becoming important tools for evaluating the environmental impact of a product or process.

There is, however, improvement needed for LCIA of metal ecotoxicity in order to make this assessment more relevant and robust. In this work, three issues within the LCIA of metal ecotoxicity are Author: Jonas Hedberg, Kristin Fransson, Sonja Prideaux, Sandra Roos, Christina Jönsson, Inger Odnevall Wall.

As well as iron, stainless steel contains valuable raw materials like chromium and nickel which makes recycling stainless steel economically viable. Stainless steel is actively recycled on a large scale around the world by recyclers who collect and process scrap (recycled stainless steel) for re-melting all around the world.

Nickel and nickel compounds were considered by previous IARC Working Groups, in,and (IARC, ). Since that time, new data have become available, and these are included in the present monograph and have been taken into .A Standard Specification for Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Weaving and Knitting Wire.

A/AM Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes for Use in Boilers and Other Pressure Vessels. A/AM Standard Specification for General Requirements for Flat-Rolled Stainless and Heat-Resisting Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip.Generally speaking, the universe of facilities that would be potentially subject to EPA's proposed guideline include facilities engaged in iron and steel making, whether through the use of blast furnaces and basic oxygen furnaces (BOFs), or through electric arc Start Printed Page furnaces (EAFs); metallurgical cokemaking facilities; stand.