심해 채광 선광 잔재물 정화를 위해 어떤 기술이 효율적으로 적용될 수 있을까?

Title
심해 채광 선광 잔재물 정화를 위해 어떤 기술이 효율적으로 적용될 수 있을까?
Alternative Title
Which Technology Could be Suitably Applied for the Remediation of Deep-Sea Mining Tailings?
Author(s)
김경련; 원은지
KIOST Author(s)
Kim, Kyoungrean(김경련)
Publication Year
2019-07-15
Abstract
Remediation technologies for deep-sea mining tailings were mainly evaluated in
this research in order to derive candidate technologies for the future development of practical
remediation technologies required for commercial deep-sea mining to respond to
strengthening of international marine environmental standards. Polymetallic nodules which
were collected at the Clarion-Clipper zone in the Pacific Ocean consist of mostly inorganic
materials such as manganese (Mn, 61.0%), silicate (Si 10.3%), iron (Fe, 5.57%), heavy metals
and other tiny elements. It is assumed that deep-sea mining tailings may be slurry mixed with
fine solid materials having a particle diameter of several tens to 100 μm which are originated
from crushing of polymetallic nodules and liquid substance produced from selection process
on vessel connected with lifting and collecting procedures. Fine particles as well as harmful
components eluting from deep-sea mining tailings may adversely affect marine environment
including marine life. A new modular remediation treatment system in which physical
separation and chemical treatment are repeated several times in a single treatment flow
should have to develop in order to overcome various limitations (space, energy, process water,
vibration, corrosion, weather conditions, etc.) at sea area.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/22549
Bibliographic Citation
10th International Conference on the Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments, pp.1 - 7, 2019
Publisher
Battelle
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
Battelle
Related Researcher
Research Interests

Remediation of marine sediments,Development of remediation technologies,Coastal marine environment,해양퇴적물 정화,정화 기술 개발,연안 환경

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