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Meeting 2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Alumina and Bauxite
Presentation Title Mineralogical Assessment of the Solid Phase Obtained on Leaching of Brazilian Red Mud
Author(s) Amilton Botelho Junior, Denise Espinosa, Jorge Tenório
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Amilton Botelho Junior
Abstract Scope The main residue generated during the Bayer Process is the red mud. In 2015, the quantity of waste stored around the world reached 4 billion ton. The composition of the red mud varies according to the bauxite used in the alumina extraction process. The main components of the residue are iron, aluminum, silicon and titanium. Despite that, the red mud is the main source of scandium, considered as a critical metal. Hydrometallurgical processing is the main route used for scandium extraction from red mud. For this reason, the goal of this work is the mineral assessment of the solid phase obtained on leaching of red mud. The Brazilian sample was leached by sulfuric acid. The solid/liquid ratio was 1/10 and the acid concentration was studied. Results showed that the mineral phases obtained was in agreement with the thermodynamic simulation calculated using FactSage software. Experiments were carried out at 25°C.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Light Metals

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

A Digital Refinery Approach to Process Troubleshooting and Improvements
A Review of Comprehensive Utilization of High-iron Red Mud of China
Application of Advanced Oxidative Process for Organic Compounds Removal from Bayer Liquor
Bayer Process Towards the Circular Economy – Metal Recovery from Bauxite Residue
Bayer Process Towards the Circular Economy – Soil Conditioners from Bauxite Residue
Brazilian Bauxite Residue Physical-chemical Characterization and Acidic Neutralization Potential
Conversion Behavior of Iron-containing Minerals in the Process of Dissolving High-iron Bauxite by Starch Hydrothermal Method
Disc Magnetic Separator Applied to the Extraction of Magnetite in Bauxite Residue
Effect of Concentrations and Pressures of CO2 on Calcification-Carbonation Treatment of Bauxite residue
Effects of the Granular Properties of Bauxite Pisolites on the Solid/Liquid Separation in Liquid Fluidized Beds of Classifiers
F-4: Investigation on Heat Resisting Cast Iron Produced Through Carbothermic Reduction of Alumina Residue (Bayer Red Mud)
Impacts of Mineralogy on Soluble Phosphorus Concentrations During Low Temperature Processing of Jamaican Bauxites
Improved Technology of Scandium Recovery from Solutions of Bauxite Residue Carbonation Leaching
Inhibition of Kaolinite Dissolution in Bayer Liquor Through Addition of Lithium
Ionic Effect of NaCl and KCl on the Flotation of Diaspore and Kaolinite using Sodium Oleate as Collector
Mineralogical Assessment of the Solid Phase Obtained on Leaching of Brazilian Red Mud
Quantifying the Effect of Seeds on Gibbsite Crystallization – Mathematical Modelling of Particle Size Distribution
Recovery of Iron from High-iron Bayer Red Mud by Smelting Reduction
The Alumina Technology Roadmap 4.0.

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