Vanadium Recovery from Oil Fly Ash by Carbon Removal and Roast-Leach Process View Full Text


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DATE

2017-11-13

AUTHORS

Myungwon Jung, Brajendra Mishra

ABSTRACT

This research mainly focuses on the recovery of vanadium from oil fly ash by carbon removal and the roast-leach process. The oil fly ash contained about 85% unburned carbon and 2.2% vanadium by weight. A vanadium-enriched product was obtained after carbon removal, and the vanadium content of this product was 19% by weight. Next, the vanadium-enriched product was roasted with sodium carbonate to convert vanadium oxides to water-soluble sodium metavanadate. The roasted sample was leached with water at 60°C, and the extraction percentage of vanadium was about 92% by weight. Several analytical techniques, such as inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP-AES), x-ray fluorescence (XRF), and thermogravimetric and differential thermal analysis (TG–DTA), were utilized for sample analyses. Thermodynamic modeling was also conducted with HSC chemistry software to explain the experimental results. More... »

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168-172

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  • 1981-06. Extraction of vanadium from athabasca tar sands fly ash in METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS B
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