Corpus ID: 138971323

Mehano-hemijski i termički tretman železonosnih otpadnih materijala: ekološki doprinosi i sinergetski efekti (Mechano-chemical and thermal treatment of iron bearing waste materials: ecological benefits and synergetic effects)

@inproceedings{Issa2016MehanohemijskiIT,
  title={Mehano-hemijski i termi{\vc}ki tretman {\vz}elezonosnih otpadnih materijala: ekolo{\vs}ki doprinosi i sinergetski efekti (Mechano-chemical and thermal treatment of iron bearing waste materials: ecological benefits and synergetic effects)},
  author={H. Issa},
  year={2016}
}
  • H. Issa
  • Published 2016
  • Materials Science
Steel scrap recycling is generally performed by direct smelting of scrap in electric arc furnaces, generating about 2% of dust per charge. Electric arc furnace dust (EAFD) is characterized as a hazardous material, due to its heavy metals content and a powder form. This PhD thesis presents the study of Serbian electric arc furnace dust (EAFD) management trough some conventional and innovative technologies. The investigated EAFD was brought from Serbian carbon steelmaking and that is way the zinc… Expand

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