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Course Name
Turkish Kimyasal Metalurji II
English Chemical Metallurgy II
Course Code
MET 326 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester -
- 2 1 -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Mahmut Ercan Açma
Course Objectives 1. To teach the basic concepts used in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering with practical examples in real life and to ensure that these concepts are understood as a whole, not as a part,
2. To teach all methods and processes used in the field of extractive metallurgy on the way from “ore to metal” in a way to provide infrastructure for other courses.
Course Description Technical applications of pyrometallurgy. Chlorination, sulfation, oxidation and sinter firing, alkali firing, selective evaporation, selective dissolving, calcination, slag forming and melting, mat forming and melting, reduction, non-metallic compounds and reduction, reduction melting processes, reduction-melting and evaporation processes, melted state of reduction, metallothermic reduction, pyrometallurgical refining processes, technological applications in hydrometallurgy, dissolving processes, all leaching processes, solution, crystallization, precipitation, precipitation with chemicals, solvent extraction under pressure, general precipitation under pressure, solvent extraction, general principles, McCabe-Thiele Diagrams, applications, technological applications of electrometallurgy, cementation, electro recovery from solution, electrolytic reduction, electrolytic refining, electrochemical coating, electrochemical surface finishing processes, molten salt electrolysis
Course Outcomes 1. General principles of pyrometallurgical processes; learn chlorination, sulfation, oxidation, sinter roasting, alkali roasting, selective evaporation, selective decomposition, calcination, mat formation / melting, slag formation / melting, reduction and reduction with non-metallic compounds.
2. Understand reducer melting, reducer evaporation processes, molten reduction, metallothermic reduction (aluminothermic, siliothermic, magnesothermic).
3. Learn pyrometallurgical refining processes, refining copper in fire, segregation and drossing, gas phase refining, and zone refining.
4. Understand the general features of hydrometallurgy, thawing processes, leaching methods (in-situ, heap, leaching, pressure leaching), dissolution processes and crystallization.
5. Chemical additives, precipitation with gases, selective precipitation under pressure; have knowledge about total precipitation under pressure, solvent extraction, McCabe-Thiele Diagrams and applications, reaction kinetics.
6. Learn to evaluate the applications of electrometallurgy (cementation, reduction electrolysis, refining electrolysis, molten salt electrolysis) in the light of polarization diagrams.
Pre-requisite(s)
Required Facilities
Other
Textbook P. C. Hayes, Process Selection in Extractive Metallurgy, Hayes Pub. Co., 1985.
T. Rosenqvist, Principles of Extractive Metallurgy, McGraw-Hill, 1983.
B. A. Wills, Mineral Processing Technology, Pergamon Press, 1989.
J. J. Moore, Chemical Metallurgy, Butterworths, 1981.
F. Y. Bor, Ekstraktif Metalurji Prensipleri, 1 ve 2 cilt, İTÜ Matbaası, 1989.
F. Pawlek, Metallhüttenkunde, Walter de Gruyter, 1983.
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