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MAD 315 - Metallurgy

Course Objectives

The main objectives of this course are
1. to give some information on basic metallurgical processes and their relations to mining, 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

Definition and classification of metallurgy. Summary of ore preparation and concentration processes. Agglomeration (nodulizing, briquetting, sintering, pelletizing), Definition and classification of pyrometallurgy, drying, calcination, roasting, smelting and fire-refining. Iron and Steel Production Copper smelting and refining. Pyrometallurgical zinc production. Hydrometallurgy-definition and classification, types of leaching reagents, leaching methods, solid/liquid separation. Recovery of metals from leach solutions Examples from hyrometallurgical processes.

Course Coordinator
Fatma Arslan
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