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||2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||8th International Symposium on High Temperature Metallurgical Processing
||Roasting of Celestite in Laboratory Scale Rotary Furnace
||Selim Ertürk, Rasit Sezer, Goksel Hizli, Aysegul Bilen, Cuneyt Arslan
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Turkish celestite is roasted in a lab scale rotary kiln furnace with metallurgical coke. Coke and the celestite is mixed as the product contains 32% coke which is excess than stoichiometry. 100 g of the mixed product is fed to the furnace with a 35 g/min rate. Temperature (1000 and 1100°C), rotating speed (2.5, 5 and 10 rpm), slope of the furnace (2, 3 and 5°) were the investigated parameters. Phase analyses were done by XRD, chemical analyses were done by XRF and AAS methods.The maximum solubility in water of the roasted product is 48.25% at roasting conditions of 1100°C, 2.5 rpm and 2° slope.
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