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This application notes describes the benefits of resolving the mineralogical sinter composition to optimize sinter quality and operational efficiency. Iron ore sinter is an important feedstock material for the steel industry. Due to increased quality requirements and the need to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions, the phase composition and chemistry of iron ore sinter requires faster and innovative analysis methods. The fuel consumption per ton iron ore sinter is approximately 60 kg coke. A small fuel saving due to improved process control already represents a significant saving in energy and costs.

Products:
CubiX3
Date:
July 20 2017
Language:
English

Research data on soil quality are scarce in Madagascar, despite the island’s widely recognized problems of soil and environmental degradation.

This application note describes how X-ray diffraction (XRD) studies can be used in the study of coal and coal-related materials. Mineral phases identified and quantified in raw coal are quartz, kaolinite, and minor amounts of calcite, dolomite, siderite and anatase. High-speed XRD systems such as the CubiX3 Minerals equipped with the X'Celerator detector allow the use of standardless methods such as Rietveld refinement for non-destructive analysis of coal and coal-related products. This method, therefore, provides a fast and reliable alternative to time- consuming traditional methods.

Products:
CubiX3
Date:
July 20 2017
Language:
English

This application note demonstrates the performance of the Axios FAST XRF spectrometer in providing accurate and precise iron ore analyses. Accurate elemental analysis of iron ore samples plays a very important role in iron ore mine mapping and iron ore pricing. XRF analysis provides a useful tool for classifying and controlling the quality of the iron ore composition.

Products:
Axios FAST
Date:
July 20 2017
Language:
English

This application note demonstrates the performance of the Axios FAST XRF spectrometer for the analysis of Al-Si and Al-Mg alloys. Accurate and fast elemental analysis during the production process of aluminum and its base materials is a critical requirement. Measurements were performed using an Axios FAST simultaneous X-ray fluorescence spectrometer equipped with a 4 kW Rh SST-mAX X-ray tube.

Products:
Axios FAST
Date:
July 20 2017
Language:
English

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