Combined processing of waste organic polymers and manganese bearing waste/low grade ores into fuels and low-carbon manganese alloys Online publication date: Thu, 21-Jul-2016
by Archil Chirakadze; Zakaria Buachidze; Akaki Gigineishvili; Paata Kervalishvili; Teimuraz Chichua; Lali Gurchumelia; Tamar Berberashvili; Irina Khomeriki; Giorgi Kervalishvili; Garegin Zakharov; Giorgi Oniashvili; Mike Wireman; William A. Toscano; Vakhtang Gvakharia; Izolda Basghadze; Irine Geleishvili
International Journal of Global Warming (IJGW), Vol. 10, No. 1/2/3, 2016
Abstract: Georgia could serve as a unique natural testing ground for the development of green industry using advanced technologies for industrial processing of hazardous waste. The goal of the reported work was to improve on the current methods of reprocessing waste by using a combination of a microwave enhanced method of processing used tyres and plastic residues with the microwave enhanced processing of manganese bearing waste and low-grade ores into manganese oxide concentrate. The manganese concentrate could be processed into high-grade manganese alloys (metallic manganese, low-carbon ferromanganese, and composite manganese alloys). Microwave heating required lower energy and resulted in a two-fold increase in yield.
Online publication date: Thu, 21-Jul-2016
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