|About this Abstract
||2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||7th International Symposium on High Temperature Metallurgical Processing
||Preparation of TiC from Titanium Bearing Blast Furnace Slag By Carbothermal Reduction in Vacuum
||Fangqing Yin, Zhengfeng Qu, Mengjun Hu, Qingyu Deng, Meilong Hu
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Titanium bearing blast furnace slag, which contains 20%-30% TiO2, is a valuable secondary titanium resource. Based on the thermaldynamics calculation effect of the temperature on the reduction of the slag in vacuum were studied at certain vacuum degrees. The results show that magnesium vapor and silicon monoxide vapor can be obtained at the condition of high temperature and low pressure. The purity of TiC increases with temperature increasing. When the temperature arrives at 1623K TiC can be obtained besides the reductant carbon. XRD result of the powder collected from the furnace cover show that magnesium and silicon in the titanium bearing BF slag leave the slag system during carbothermal reduction in vacuum. From the above it can be concluded that TiC can be obtained from the titanium bearing BF slag and silicon and titanium in the slag can be separated by carbothermal reduction in vacuum and acid leaching.
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