Method of extraction of vanadium out of after burning waste of sulphuric black oil

FIELD: metallurgy.

SUBSTANCE: invention refers to non-ferrous metallurgy and can be used for extraction of vanadium out of ashes which is waste produced by burning of sulphuric vanadium containing black oil in heat engines of heat and hydropower stations. The method consists in the following: source ashes are mixed with sodium carbonate and water at a weight ratio of 100:(10-60):(30-50), then produced mixture is held at temperature of 100-150°C, preferably 115-120°C, during 2 hours. Vanadium is leached out of produced self-diffusing cake with water at temperature of 95-100° and a ratio of liquid: solid = (1.5-3):1.

EFFECT: avoiding of generating harmful gas exhausts at extraction of vanadium and implementation of available equipment.

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The invention relates to the field of non-ferrous metallurgy and can be used for vanadium recovery from waste combustion in thermal power plants and power plant sulfur containing fuel oil.

Currently, due to the lack of rational technology of processing wastes accumulate in sumps CHP, creating a hazard for the environment. Wastes are slime content of V2O5from 0.8 to 20%, consisting mainly of oxides of iron, calcium, silicon, and unburned carbon residue of organic matter.

A known method for processing ash residues CHP in the charge with other vanadium-containing material to obtain vanadium sinter and pellets are used later in ferrous metallurgy for alloying of steel (ed. St. USSR №918322, IPC SW 34/22, publ. 1982). The method is intended for the use of vanadium in the steel industry.

At the same time, for other applications of vanadium is the most interesting getting it in the form of vanadium pentoxide. For the extraction of vanadium in the form of vanadium pentoxide from various solutions used precipitation from solutions of poorly soluble ammonium Vanadate, followed by its decomposition or precipitation from a solution of hydrated vanadium pentoxide V2O5×N2About when the pH of the solution to 1.5-2 with the placenta is brilliant sludge dewatering (Chemistry and technology of rare and scattered elements. Edited by Bolshakova. V.3, M, 1976, str).

The known method of translation of vanadium from ash in solution by processing the ash hydrogen peroxide solution at room or low temperature (application Japan No. 49-32404, IPC SW 55/00, publ. 1974). From the solution after heating and oxidation of the precipitated vanadium in the form pentoxide.

The disadvantage of this method is the use of expensive and easily present and degrades reagent.

A method of processing of volatile ashes containing vanadium, concentrated caustic soda solution which selectively dissolves the vanadium from the ash obtained in the processing of bituminous shale (French patent No. 2187878, IPC SS 3/00, publ. 1974).

This method is quite expensive reagent, in addition, leaching of vanadium from the ash resulting from combustion of fuel oil at TPP, we should expect low extraction of vanadium in the solution, as by leaching with caustic soda the vanadates of calcium and iron from ash CHP incompletely decomposed.

The chemistry of interaction and technical entities closest to the proposed method is a method of processing used to extract vanadium from a variety of products, which consists in sintering vanadium raw material with soda ash (sodium carbonate) at a temperature of 600-800°in an oxidizing atmosphere, followed wimalasiri the m vanadium from SPECA water (U.S. patent No. 3929460, IPC SW 7/04, 34/22, publ. 1975).

The described method of extracting vanadium from vanadium bearing slag, close in composition of vanadium-containing ashes. This method is applied for the selective extraction of vanadium from different products. Depending on the consumption of soda in solution can be removed up to 90% of vanadium. For the implementation of this method requires kiln rotary tube furnace, lined with refractory materials, and the recycling and disposal of generated gas environment.

The need for special high-temperature equipment and additional measures for dust and gasolline hinder the realization of the method in terms of each individual CHP.

There is also known a method of extracting vanadium from vanadium-containing raw material, which is used ashes from TPPs and after mixing them with limestone addition is treated with water at T:W of 1:1.5:10, a temperature of 30-80°C for 10-30 min (RF patent No. 2080403, IPC SW 34/22, publ. 1997).

The task of creating the present invention is to develop an environmentally friendly, are for sale in the ordinary conditions of the method of extracting vanadium from ash, which is the waste of burning sulfur fuel oils using sodium carbonate (soda ash).

The problem is solved in the proposed method, the essence of which the conclusion is is is for the extraction of vanadium from ash, which is the waste of burning sulfur fuel oil, carry out the heat treatment of the mixture of the original ash with sodium carbonate and the subsequent leaching of vanadium from the received SPECA, the original ash is mixed with sodium carbonate and water taken in a weight ratio of 100:(10-60):(30-50), heat treatment of the mixture is carried out at a temperature of 100-150°C for 2 hours, and the leaching of vanadium lead water at a temperature of 95-100°and the ratio of W:T=(1.5 to 3):1.

In terms of the proposed thermal treatment of ash, the gas phase consists mainly of water vapor, which can be easily condensed.

For purification of the gas mixture does not require additional measures.

Using a mixture of water with soda at specified ratios allows you to create a layer of ash, the effect of the concentrated solution at a relatively low consumption of soda. Contact ash particles from the concentrated solution at temperatures of 100-150°provides desorption of vanadium with particles of soot and intensive course of mass transfer processes in diagrams:

Ca(VO4)2+Na2CO3→caso3↓+2NVO4

Fe(VO4)2+Na2CO3+1/4O2+1/2H2O→Fe(OH)CO3↓+2NaVO4+CO2

Translation of vanadium in soluble form, and calcium and iron in m is lorstadine connection.

The resulting powdery sintered leached with water. To accumulate concentrations of vanadium in solution, the leaching is carried out in dense slurries, when the ratio W:T=(1.5 to 3):1 with a partial or full use of the obtained solutions for leaching fresh servings of cake. Get solutions with a pH of 1.5-2 are heated to the boil. This solution stands out precipitate of hydrated vanadium pentoxide. The decomposition of the initial ash soda solution at relatively low temperatures allows one to obtain pure vanadium pentoxide with the impurity content of less than 2%.

Because of the availability of the method and environmental safety it can be used directly in terms of each TPP or TPP for small installations simple design.

The proposed method was developed in the laboratory and ukrupnennom-laboratory scale. The efficacy of the method is illustrated by examples and results of the experiments presented in the table.

Example 1 (known to the equivalent of U.S. patent No. 3929460).

Hanging of the original ash content V2O5to 11.3% is mixed with soda ash (sodium carbonate) in a weight ratio of 100:20. The mixture is heated in a muffle furnace at a temperature of 800°C for 2 hours with air purge. After cooling, the sintered wire ismalic what is and leached with water at a temperature of 95° C for 1 hour with a ratio of W:T=3:1.

In the solution with the content of V2O5to 27.7 g/l extracted 73,6% V2O5. The output of the cake made up 48.2%, the residual oil content in the cake V2About5- 6,2%.

Example 2 (the proposed method).

Hanging of the original ash content V2O5to 11.3% mixed with sodium carbonate and water in the ratio of 100:20:50. The mixture is heated in a drying Cabinet at a temperature of 120°C for 2 hours when exposed to air. Received hot sintered leached with water at a temperature of 95°C for 1 hour with a ratio of W:T=3:1.

In the solution with the content of V2O528,0 g/l extracted 74,4% V2O5the output of cake to 88.7%. The content of V2O53,26%.

These examples show that the analogue and the proposed method with the same consumption of soda is about the same extraction of vanadium in the solution. The output of cake similar to the one less due to combustion at 800°With the soot particles contained in the ash. As a consequence, the content of V2O5the cake similar to the one higher than the proposed method.

The data in the table show that the proposed method with the consumption of soda 10-60% by weight of the ash provides acceptable extraction of vanadium in the solution. Consumption of soda more than 60% do not provide commercially acceptable growth of extraction is possible vanadium. The water flow rate of 30-50% by weight of the ash is optimal for dissolving soda, introduced into the mixture, and sufficient to maintain the mixture in the wet state during the heat treatment at 100 to 150°C.

Thus, the application of the proposed method allows to convert the vanadium in the solution with the extraction of comparable and slightly higher than for the similar. When this process is carried out at low temperatures, precluding the formation of harmful gas emissions, and using available equipment.

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Table
The results of the leaching of vanadium from ashes CHP after heat treatment of the ash with sodium carbonate in an analog (U.S. patent No. 3929460) and the proposed method.
no experienceHeat treatment conditions of the original fly ash (100 g ash)Conditions leaching received SPECAThe character of the solution after leachingThe cake after leachingRemoving the V2O5in solution, %
The flow of Na2CO3,%The consumption of H2O %t °Cτ, hThe leach solution W:Tτ, hVolume (l) 100 g ash with promodagpHV2O5, g/lOutput %V2O5,%
1AnalogueH2O, 3:19510,39,127,748,26,273,6
20-8002
2The proposed methodH2O, 3:19510,38,926,591,0to 3.6770,4
10501202
320501202H2O, 3:19510,39,328,088,73,2674,4
440501202H2Oh, 3:19510,3the 10.1 28,786,53,1176,2
560501202H2O, 3:19510,310,830,083,22,7779,6

The method of extracting vanadium from ash, which is the waste of burning sulfur fuel oils, including heat treatment of the mixture of the original ash with sodium carbonate and the subsequent leaching of vanadium water obtained from SPECA, characterized in that the source of the ash is mixed with sodium carbonate and water taken in a weight ratio of 100:(10-60):(30-50), and perform heat treatment of the mixture at a temperature of 100-150°C for 2 h, and the leaching of vanadium water is carried out at a temperature of 95-100°and the ratio of W:T=(1.5 to 3):1.



 

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