|About this Abstract
||2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||8th International Symposium on High Temperature Metallurgical Processing
||The Experimental Study of CaCO3 in the Vanadium Extraction Process
||Shu-Chao Wang, Yu Wang, Wei-tong Du, Peng-cheng Li
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In this experiment, the main research based on the content of CO2 is 10 percent adding different CaCO3 quality. The result dedicates that adding CaCO3 on vanadium extraction process has no obvious effect on the oxidation of carbon, but has partly increased the vanadium oxidation rate of which the has rate reached more than 90% in the process of vanadium extraction. Meanwhile, along with the increase of the content of CaCO3, the capability of CaCO3 of the cooling the molten pooled also has been enhanced, which can reduce, at maximum,molten pool's temperature by 20 degrees in this experiment. In addition, the oxidation rate of P also has increased with the highest rate reaching to 40%. The research has proved that the application of CacO3 on vanadium oxidation process for the oxidation of V and P is effective.
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