JOM

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List of Papers (Total 765)

Pilot Scale Production of Manganese Ferroalloys Using Heat-Treated Mn-Nodules

Pilot-scale experiments are one way to investigate the process patterns and the reaction mechanisms of processes and raw materials. To understand a process fully, both theoretical considerations as well as small-scale investigations are needed; nevertheless, the complex patterns of chemical reactions and physical phenomena can best be studied in pilot-scale investigations. After ...

Innovative Concept for the Recovery of Silver and Indium by a Combined Treatment of Jarosite and Electric Arc Furnace Dust

Industrial wastes such as slags, dust, or precipitation residues contain significant amounts of valuable metals like zinc, lead, and copper as well as precious metals like silver and indium. Nevertheless, a lot of these waste materials are not recycled, and therefore, many valuable metals end up being sent to landfills. Because of harmful components in the waste, it is often ...

Airborne Emissions from Si/FeSi Production

The management of airborne emissions from silicon and ferrosilicon production is, in many ways, similar to the management of airborne emissions from other metallurgical industries, but certain challenges are highly branch-specific, for example the dust types generated and the management of NO X emissions by furnace design and operation. A major difficulty in the mission to reduce ...

A New Al-Zr-Ti Master Alloy for Ultrasonic Grain Refinement of Wrought and Foundry Aluminum Alloys

A new grain refiner master alloy based on the Al-Zr-Ti system was prepared by salt-assisted synthesis. Of the Al3Zr particles in the master alloy, 90% were ranged between 1 µm and 13 µm. An 80% reduction in the grain size was observed with the addition of an equivalent 0.2 wt.% Zr master alloy combined with ultrasonic treatment in an Al alloy. The new master alloy demonstrated a ...

UHV and Ambient Pressure XPS: Potentials for Mg, MgO, and Mg(OH)2 Surface Analysis

The surface sensitivity of x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) has positioned the technique as a routine analysis tool for chemical and electronic structure information. Samples ranging from ideal model systems to industrial materials can be analyzed. Instrumentational developments in the past two decades have popularized ambient pressure XPS, with pressures in the tens of mbar ...