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Course Name
Turkish Metalurji II
English Metallurgy II
Course Code
CHZ 411E Credit Lecture
Semester 1
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Fatma Arslan
Course Objectives The main objectives of this course are
1. to give some information on basic metallurgical processes and their relations to mineral processing, examples of industrial applications and
2. to provide means to students to gather and combine information about a given subject of from other sources in appropriate ways in writing technical reports and ability of presentation in a certain time.
Course Description Hydrometallurgy-definition and classification, types of leaching reagents, leaching methods, solid/liquid separation. Recovery of metals from leach solutions (Solvent Extraction-Ion Exhange, Precipitation, Electrolysis). Examples from hyrometallurgical processes (Copper, zinc, gold, silver, etc). Electrometallurgy – electrowining and electrorefining. Examples: Copper, Zinc, Aluminium Electrolyses. Physical metallurgy, casting, plastic formation of materials..
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will be able to
1. Have a knowledge about hydro- and electro-metallurgy,
2. Have a knowledge about industrial applications of hydro- and electro-metallurgy,
3. Have a knowledge about physical metallurgy
4. Compacting the basic terms of metallurgy given in the course with applications,
5. Collecting, evaluating, reporting, and presenting basic information on mentioned hydro-, electro-, and physical metallurgy, and join actively to the course.
Pre-requisite(s) CHZ 312E MIN FF
Required Facilities Computer Will Be Used In The Preparation And Presentation of Home-works And Term Project.
Other All homework problems are to be handed in a week after they are assigned. Homework problems may be used as a source for exams.
Textbook F. Habashi, Textbook of Hydrometallurgy, ISBN 2-980-3247-7-9, July 1999, Laval University, Quebec, Kanada.
Other References . Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy Today-Progress and Problems, ISBN 2-9803247-8-7, April 2000, Laval University, Quebec, Kanada.
2. F. Habashi, Metals from Ores-An Introduction to Extractive Metallurgy, ISBN 2-922686-04-3, August 2003,.
3. F. Habashi, Priciples of Extractive Metallurgy-Amalgam and Electrometallurgy, ISBN 2-980-3247-5-2, December, 1998 Laval University, Quebec, Kanada,
4. F.Y. Bor (1979) Principles of Extractive Metallurgy, Part I, Istanbul Technical University–Gümüşsuyu (in Turkish).
5. F.Y. Bor (1989) Principles of Extractive Metallurgy, Part II, Istanbul Technical University –Gümüşsuyu (in Turkish).
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