Improvement of Sodium Leaching Ratio of Ferric Bauxite Sinter after Direct Reduction
AbstractThe sodium leaching ratio (ηN) of ferric bauxite direct reduction process is much lower than that of ordinary bauxite; thus, the former consumes more sodium than the latter. ηN can be promoted by increasing the dosage of sodium or restricted by increasing the heating temperature and time. However, the restriction effect of heating temperature is 16.67 times larger than that of heating time, and the restriction effect decreases 47.03 times faster when heating temperature increases than that process of heating time. These imply that ηN improves with the increasing sodium carbonate dosage and the decreasing heating temperature. View Full-Text
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Hu, W.; Liu, X.; Wang, H.; Dai, X.; Pan, D.; Li, J.; Sun, C.; Xia, H.; Wang, B. Improvement of Sodium Leaching Ratio of Ferric Bauxite Sinter after Direct Reduction. Minerals 2017, 7, 10.
Hu W, Liu X, Wang H, Dai X, Pan D, Li J, Sun C, Xia H, Wang B. Improvement of Sodium Leaching Ratio of Ferric Bauxite Sinter after Direct Reduction. Minerals. 2017; 7(1):10.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hu, Wentao; Liu, Xinwei; Wang, Huajun; Dai, Xiaojie; Pan, Dongling; Li, Jia; Sun, Chuanyao; Xia, Hanwen; Wang, Bo. 2017. "Improvement of Sodium Leaching Ratio of Ferric Bauxite Sinter after Direct Reduction." Minerals 7, no. 1: 10.
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