Carbon Based Composite Materials
Development of the Technology for Production of Highly Efficient Sorbents and Composition Materials on the Basis of Carbon Сontaining Ores of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Tech Area / Field
- CHE-IND/Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Process Engineering/Chemistry
8 Project completed
Senior Project Manager
Rudneva V Ya
Kazakh National University / Center of Physical and Chemical Methods of Analysis, Kazakstan, Almaty
- LTD Scientific-Production Centre “Ulba”, Kazakstan, Ust Kamenogorsk
- Stevens Institute of Technology, USA, NJ, Hoboken\nUniversita degli Studi di Palermo / Dipartimento di Ingegneria e Tecnologie, Italy, Palermo\nWageningen UR, The Netherlands, Wageningen
Project summaryA rational use of natural resources, creation of wasteless technologies and productions are actual tasks of economic development of different countries of the world.
Kazakhstan has a practically unclaimed carbon-mineral raw material – shungit rocks called so by the name of the contained in them carbon mineral – shungit. Shungit rocks form natural dumps and seams after mining and dressing polymetallic ores, the resources of which are sufficient for using them in production quantities. The content of shungit in seams and dumps varies from a few percent up to 25-30 %, in some places it exceeds 30 %. Quartzite and aluminosilicates form its mineral part.
Fundamental and reconnoitering investigations of shungit rocks as well as quantitative estimation of the resources allow to consider them to be a perspective carbon-mineral raw material for a wide range of fields of practical (industrial) use.
This project proposes to carry out applied works with the aim to develop technologies of production of highly effective sorbents and composition materials on the base of carbon containing material with different degrees of concentration.
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