Production of Titanium from Waste Slag (2018)
Martin Trecano S
ANZSRC Fields of Research40 - Engineering::4019 - Resources engineering and extractive metallurgy::401901 - Electrometallurgy
40 - Engineering::4019 - Resources engineering and extractive metallurgy::401904 - Mineral processing/beneficiation
40 - Engineering::4004 - Chemical engineering::400403 - Chemical engineering design
40 - Engineering::4019 - Resources engineering and extractive metallurgy::401908 - Pyrometallurgy
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Martin-Treceno S; Hughes T; Bishop C; Brown I; Jia Y; Marshall A; Watson MJ (2018)A new process to produce affordable titanium metal has the potential to widen its use. In New Zealand, up to 200,000 tonnes/year of Ti-rich slag is available as a by-product of the steelmaking process. Recently, molten ...
Martin-Treceno S; Bishop C; Marshall A; Watson MJ (2018)As the standard of living improves worldwide, the current emphasis on sustainable growth is creating new opportunities in traditional industrial practices. In steelmaking, where the production of solid waste is inevitable, ...
Martin-Treceno S; Allanore A; Bishop, Catherine; Marshall, Aaron; Watson, Matthew (2021)The thermochemical and electrical behaviour of ironmaking slag produced from titanomagnetite concentrates was assessed in the vicinity of its tapping temperature. A combination of electrochemical measurements in a modified ...