Simulation of possible Bronze Age copper-iron alloy production by smelting dead-roasted ferruginous sulphidic copper ores

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Mots clés : Archaeometallurgy;Bronze Age;Smelting;Copper;Copper-iron alloy
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Sommaire: The development and commercial operation of the Falconbridge chlorine leach process have been described in papers in 1985 and 1987. Since this time, various process improvements have been implemented and the capacity of the Kristiansand refinery has been increased to 85 000 t/y Ni, 40 0000 t/y Cu and 4500 t/y Co. The focus has been on continuous improvements in productivity, the use of energy and other costs. Several environmental issues have also been eliminated or reduced since 1987.
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): E.O. Stensholt, O.M. Dotterud, E.E. Henriksen, P.O. Ramsdal, F. StŒlesen, E. Thune
Mots clés: Falconbridge, Kristiansand refinery, Chlorine leach process, Capacity increases, Operating improvements, Environmental improvements.
Numéro: 1051
Volume: 94
Année: 2001
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Sommaire: The paper presents a study on the oxidation of polymetallic gold ore by oxygen in an autoclave. It presents optimum parameters of autoclave leaching of sulphide refractory ore in self-generated sulphuric acid solutions aiming to get products with favourable technological characteristics from which precious and other useful metals can be recovered. A high partial oxygen pressure (1.5 MPa to 2 MPa), high leaching temperature (190¡C to 200¡C), pulp density 80 g/L to 240 g/L, ore fraction size 76...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): D. Sinadinovic, R. Vracar, Z. Kamberovic
Mots clés: Oxidation, Polymetallic gold, Oxygen, Leaching, Pulp density.
Numéro: 1051
Volume: 94
Année: 2001
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Sommaire: Characterization of dust from Boliden Mineral ABÕs copper-plant in Sweden was carried out using chemical analysis, X-ray diffraction analysis, energy dispersive analysis and wave length analysis using electron microprobe equipment. Dust from four different locations was characterized: the electrostatic precipitator (ESP) after the roasting furnace; the ESP after the copper smelting furnace; from the copper converter ventilation bag house filter; and from the bag house filter collecting dust...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): C. Samuelsson
Mots clés: Characterization, Dust, Electrostatic precipitator (ESP), Smelter, Copper, Vaporization, Condensation.
Numéro: 1051
Volume: 94
Année: 2001
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