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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Process Metallurgy and Environmental Engineering: An EPD Symposium in Honor of Takashi Nakamura
Sponsorship TMS Extraction and Processing Division
TMS: Hydrometallurgy and Electrometallurgy Committee
TMS: Pyrometallurgy Committee
TMS: Recycling and Environmental Technologies Committee
Organizer(s) Takanari Ouchi, University of Tokyo
Gerardo Raul Alvear Flores, CaEng Associates
Etsuro Shibata, Tohoku University
Leandro Andres Voisin, University of Chile
Yu-Ki Taninouchi, Kyushu University
Scope Professor Takashi Nakamura has a great deal of experience in development of processes related to nonferrous metal resources, development of social systems for recycling, and environmental engineering. He has not only conducted research on individual issues and basics of physical chemistry of nonferrous metallurgy, but has also had a significant impact on recycling-related legislation in Japan as well as international standards for nonferrous metals.

In this symposium, we are going to review the history of the research on the physical chemistry of smelting and recycling processes for nonferrous metals such as copper, lead, and zinc, and on the environmental issues related to the circulation of nonferrous metals. Furthermore, we are going to discuss the technological, social, and environmental challenges that need to be addressed to realize a sustainable society in the future.

Abstracts Due 07/15/2023
Proceedings Plan Planned:

A Journey from Japan: My Interactions with Professor Nakamura and His Support to Build a Metallurgical Journey
Acidic and Ammonium Sulphate Leaching of Historic Copper Tailings from Copperbelt Province, Zambia
Advances in Hydrometallurgical Copper Extraction: New Developments
Application of the Thiocyanate-Thiourea System for the Leaching of Copper Present in Tailings from Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico
Arsenic Reduction from Copper Resources by Mineral Beneficiation Technique
Assessment of the Glycine Concentration for the Leaching of Cu, Zn and Pb Contained In Tailings in the Presence of Thiourea
C-28: Comparative Study of the Carbothermal Reduction of Scales of Cast Steel Pieces Produced in the Thermal Treatment Using Mineral Coke and Charcoal
C-29: Molten Salt Electrolysis of MgO Using an Ag Cathode and Vacuum Distillation for Efficient Mg Metal Production
C-30: Selective Leaching of Rare Earth Metals Using Novel Lixiviants
Characterization of Solid Mining Waste in the Urbanized Area of Zimapán, Hidalgo, for the Identification of Economically Valuable Elements and Trace Elements
Clean Hydrometallurgical Processes from Hazardous Element Immobilization to Sustainable Lithium Battery Recycling
Correlation of the Initial Absorption Coefficient and the Compression Resistance of Concrete Blocks (Vibro-Compacted), with the Addition of Fly Ash and an Additive
Design of a Pb-Ag-Zn Complex Mineral Processing Plant with a Capacity of 50TMD for the “Bajaderia R.L.” Mining Cooperative
Development of an Efficient Deoxidation Process for Off-grade Ti Sponge Using Mg Metal with Wire Mesh Strainer Type of Crucible
DOWA Recycling Networks
Electro-winning in Basic Medium, for the Recovery of Tin from By-products Generated by the Harris I Process, of the Karachipampa Metallurgical Company
Electrolysis of Alkaline Iodide Solution for Hydrogen Production and Valuable Metal Recovery from E-waste
Energy Consumptions and Environmental Performances of Modern Copper Smelting Technlogies
Impact of Bromine Flame Retarded Plastics on Allocation and Recovery of Cu in Pyrolysis of E-waste
Investigation of Roast- Leach of High Sulphur Containing Slag from Luanshya Zambia
JX Metals Corporation's Sustainable Copper Vision and Efforts to Achieve It
LAREX-Tupy Process: Recycling of Li-ion Batteries from Electric Vehicles by Hydrometallurgical Route Towards Circular Economy
Metallurgy in a Low-carbon World: A Review of New Technology Developments
Metals Recycling Utilizing Mitsubishi Materials Corporation's Network of Smelters and Refineries
Mutual Separation of Rare Earth Elements by Hydrometallurgical Methods
New Technologies for Arsenic Stabilization from Smelter and Roaster Wastes
Non-ferrous Metals Business and Material Recycling at Mitsui Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd
Obtaining Lead-silver by Carbothermal Reduction of Concentrates from the Karachipampa Metallurgical Company
Pilot Trials on Zinc Fuming with Hydrogen Gas
Possibilities for Leachability Reduction of Heavy Metals Using Slag as Substitute for Natural Sand in Concrete
Rare Earth Recycle Process by Molten Salt Electrolysis Using Alloy Diaphragms
Recovery of Iron from Copper Tailings Using a Combined Direct Reduction-Magnetic Separation Process
Research Progress in Eddy Current Reduction of Molten Copper Slag
Resource Utilization of Copper Slag with a Focus on Impoverishment and Reduction: A Review
Separation and Recovery of Positive Electrode Active Materials from Lithium-ion Battery Using Pulsed Discharge
Solvent Extraction Process of Nickel Sulfate for Battery Materials
Synthesis of a Reactive MgO Based on the MgSO4 Reductive Decomposition for Aqueous Solutions Treatment
Synthesis of Scorodite from Iron(III) Oxide and As(V) Solution
The Future Direction of Non-ferrous Metal Smelting
Towards Sustainable Battery Recycling
Up-grade Recycling of Titanium and Its Alloys
Zinc Oxide Production from EAF Dust Using Electrothermic Furnace at Onahama Refinery

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