Modeling of a Counter-current Reaction Launder(CCRL) Process for Metal Refining
Efficient refining of metals in a counter-current reaction launder (CCRL) is contingent upon appropriate gas injection, both to minimize longitudinal mixing (to maintain concentration gradients) and to promote metal-slag mass transfer. Results of physical modeling of a CCRL with bottom injectors are presented, and their implications to a potential industrial design discussed.
L. R. Nelson and D. G. Robertson, "Modeling of a Counter-current Reaction Launder(CCRL) Process for Metal Refining," Steelmaking Conference Proceedings, vol. 77, pp. 665 - 680, The Iron & Steel Society (IOM3), Mar 1994.
77th Steelmaking Conference (Mar. 20-23, Chicago, IL)
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Chemical reactors; Costs; Design; Mass transfer; Mixing; Models; Slags; Bottom injectors; Concentration gradients; Countercurrent reaction Launder process; Gas injection; Inverse Peclet number; Metal refining
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01 Mar 1994