The methods for solid-phase and liquid-phase slag recovery on metallurgical enterprises without changes in a technological cycle are presented. A comparative analysis of the results of the process before and after recovery is performed. The optimal method for slag recovery is determined on the basis of a comparative analysis.
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Anikeev, A.N., Sedukhin, V.V., Sergeev, D.V. et al. Solid-Phase and Liquid-Phase Slag Recovery. Russ. Metall. 2019, 1297–1299 (2019) doi:10.1134/S0036029519120036
- metallurgical manufacture wastes
- solid-phase recovery
- use of metallurgical slags
- liquid-phase recovery
- titanium-containing slags
- rational nature management