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Availability of critical scrap metals containing chromium in the United States

LeRoy R. Curwick

Availability of critical scrap metals containing chromium in the United States

superalloys and cast heat corrosion-resistant alloys

by LeRoy R. Curwick

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scrap metals -- Recycling.,
  • Chromium.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 38.

    Statementby LeRoy R. Curwick, Walter A. Petersen, and Harry V. Makar.
    SeriesBureau of Mines information circular ;, 8821, Information circular (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 8821.
    ContributionsPetersen, Walter A., joint author., Makar, H. V. joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN295 .U4 no. 8821, TD794.5 .U4 no. 8821
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 51 p. :
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4239734M
    LC Control Number80607102

    Fastmarkets MB price book contains over global metal prices including steel prices and scrap prices. Please enter your email address below to start a free trial to access this powerful metals pricing tool. Start your 7 day free trial to Fastmarkets MB today >> View over global steel and metals reference prices. 2. Final report on scrap management, sorting and classification in aluminum. 3. Final report on scrap management, sorting and classification in steel. 4. .

    @article{osti_, title = {Recovery of critical metals from superalloy scrap by matte smelting and hydrometallurgical processing}, author = {Wuest, W J and Stateham, R M}, abstractNote = {This paper reports that as part of the U.S. Bureau of Mines program to reduce the Nation's reliance on foreign supplies for critical metals, a procedure was devised to separate and recover critical. Thallium is a bluish-white metal found in trace amounts in the earth’s crust. In the past, it was obtained as a byproduct of smelting other metals; however, it has not been produced in the United States since All thallium in the United States now is imported or obtained from thallium Size: KB.

    This report, which updates and revises the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) () publication, “Metal Prices in the United States Through ,” presents an extended price history for a wide range of metals available in a single document. Such information can be useful for the analysis of mineral commodity issues, as well as for other purposes. Food cans — sometimes called tin cans, metal cans or aluminum cans — are usually made of steel with a tin-coating or they may contain some chromium or nickel. Appliances are a major source of scrap steel and SRI reports that a typical appliance is produced using about 65 percent steel, as well as aluminum, zinc and copper.


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Availability of critical scrap metals containing chromium in the United States: wrought stainless steels and heat-resisting alloys by Kusik, Charles L; Makar, H. (Harry V.), joint author; Mounier, Michel R., joint author.

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Part 1. Superalloys and Cast Heat and Corrosion- resistant Alloys. Availability of critical scrap metals containing chromium in the United States: superalloys and cast heat corrosion-resistant alloys Author: LeRoy R Curwick ; Walter A Petersen.

Availability of critical scrap metals containing chromium in the United States: wrought stainless steels and heat-resisting alloys. As part of an effort to establish the extent of the domestic supply that could be exploited in case of adverse changes in international chromium production and trading patterns, this study was conducted for the Bureau of Mines to assess the domestic availability of critical scrap metals containing significant amounts of chromium.

Location of Repository Availability of critical scrap metals containing chromium in the United States: wrought stainless steels and heat-resisting alloys / By Charles L. Kusik, joint author. Michel R. Mounier and joint author.

Location of Repository Availability of critical scrap metals containing chromium in the United States: superalloys and cast heat corrosion-resistant alloys / By LeRoy R. Curwick, joint author. Curwick, W. Peterson and H.

Makar, Availability of critical scrap metals containing chromium in the United States. Superalloys and cast-heat and corrosion-resistant alloys, Bureau of Mines IC51 pp. Kusik, H. Makar and M. Mounier, Availability of critical scrap metals containing chromium in the United Cited by: 7.

The million pounds of scrap material downgraded or exported in contained potentially recoverable critical strategic elements. The amount of scrap material lost to the six alloy-producing industries in this manner contained million pounds of chromium, million pounds of nickel, million pounds of cobalt, million pounds of iron, and million.

As part of an effort to establish the extent of the domestic chromium supply that could be exploited in case of adverse changes in international chromium production and trading patterns, a two- part study was conducted for the Bureau of Mines, to assess the domestic availability of critical metals in scrap containing significant amounts of.

Chromium (Cr) has a wide range of uses in metals, chemicals, and refractories. It is one of the Nation's most important strategic and critical materials.

Chromium use in iron, steel, and nonferrous alloys enhances hardenability and resistance to corrosion and oxidation. The use of chromium to produce stainless steel and nonferrous alloys are two of its more important. indispensable industrial metals because of its hardness and resistance to corrosion.

But it is used for more than the production of stainless steel and nonferrous alloys; it is also used to create pigments and chemicals used to process leather. Chromite, the only ore of chromium, was first discovered in the United StatesFile Size: KB.

Mineral supply and demand data were used to track the flow of a material from its source through stages of production, processing, and fabrication into the consumption and postconsumption phases. In each stage prior to consumption, the quantity of material lost to the environment or recovered for reuse was determined.

In the postconsumption stage, the Cited by: 5. low cost and ready availability, scrap iron is the metal u sed often.

Cementation is especially suitable for small wastewater flow because a long contact time is r equired. A.S. Paschoa, F. Steinhäusler, in Radioactivity in the Environment, Recycling industry. Scrap metals from the oil and gas industry and almost all other industries mentioned in Section are often remelted for further use.

This is a procedure that favors the creation of contaminated metals, which are then incorporated in consumer products or in machinery and. Chromium Recycling Board on Metals Place, a free chromium recycling Exchange.

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The quantities of chromium-bearing scrap and waste generated in the United States and disposition of these materials have recently been discussed in detail by Curwick and Kusik.

The Curwick study showed that the raw materials charged for superalloy melting may contain 37 to 60 percent scrap, depending on the alloy. This document is the result of a critical evaluation of the literature available to the Panel on Chromium up to July 1,on the biologic and health effects of chromium.

As will become apparent in the following pages, the literature does not provide conclusive answers to many of the important questions on the biologic effects of chromium.

In a parallel program, two surveys were conducted to assess and confirm the domestic availability of metallic scrap containing chromium. To be published as Bureau of Mines Information Circulars, Part 1 dealt with superalloy scrap, while Part 2 concentrated on stainless steel scrap.

Chromite, the only ore of chromium, was first discovered in the United States sometime about on the farm of Isaac Tyson, Jr., just north of Baltimore, Md. Scattered deposits of chromium minerals in an area of northeastern Maryland and southeastern Pennsylvania were the source of nearly all of the chromium products in the world between Document Availability - contains over million bibliographic citations and overfull-text documents, primarily from forward.

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