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The February issue of Tsvetnye Metally features articles in the following sections: Economics and Management of Production; Benefication; Heavy Non-Ferrous Metals; Noble Metals and Alloys; Light Metals, Carbon Materials; Materials Science, and Metal Processing.The Chronicle section features two reviews of the papers presented at the 29th International Mineral Processing Congress IMPC 2018and the 7th International Conference Aluminium-21/Recycling, which took place in the autumn 2018.

The authors of one of the papers published in the Heavy Non-Ferrous Metalssection analysed the experimental data obtained and came up with a process diagram for the oxidized nickel ores of the Serov deposit which encompasses thermochemicla processing, water leaching and deposition of nickel and cobalt hydroxides.

In the article: Hydrothermal Processing of Copper-Zinc Sulfide Concentrates, the authors from the Department of Comprehensive Processing of Man-Made Materials at Kazakhmys, the Ural Federal University named after the First President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin and the Gidrometallurgiya Research Centre reveal that they developed a process diagram for low-grade concentrates which can be implemented to the degree of 80% at the Balkhash Zinc Plant in Kazakhstan currently going through revamping.

The Light Metals, Carbon Materialssection features an article telling about how the size distribution of cryolite-alumina charge is related to the formation of crust in an aluminium electrolysis cell. The authors from the Siberian Federal University and RUSAL’s Engineering and Technology Centre found that a higher concentration of fines would result in thick, porous crusts having higher gas permeability. At the same time, a greater concentration of recycle electrolyte fines in the charge is associated with a rising heat conductivity of the crust.

The Metal Processingsection features the following article: Deformation Behaviour of the 1565ch Alloy during Hot Uniaxial Upsetting. The data obtained by the authors can be used for equipment design and metal deformation modelling.


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ArticleName The Udokan project: features of its development and return on investment
ArticleAuthor Ptitsyn A. M.

LLC Orgenergoservis, Moscow, Russia:

A. M. Ptitsyn, Chief Engineer, e-mail:

ArticleName Flotation and magnetic methods to recover non-ferrous metals from low grade technogenic raw materials
ArticleAuthors Chernousenko E. V., Mitrofanova G. V., Vishnyakova I. N., Kameneva Yu. S.

Mining Institute — Subdivision of the Federal Research Center “Kola Science Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences”, Apatity, Russia:

E. V. Chernousenko, Researcher
G. V. Mitrofanova, Lead Researcher, e-mail:
I. N. Vishnyakova, Junior Researcher
Yu. S. Kameneva, Junior Researcher

ArticleName Oxidized nickel ore leaching with preliminary chloridizing roasting
ArticleAuthors Kolmachikhina O. B., Naboichenko S. S., Boshnyak M. V., Galimyanov A. R.

Yeltsin Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia:

O. B. Kolmachikhina, Senior Lecturer, Non-Ferrous Metallurgy Department, e-mail:
S. S. Naboychenko, Head of the Non-Ferrous Metallurgy Department
M. V. Boshnyak, Master’s Student, Non-Ferrous Metallurgy Department
A. R. Galimyanov, Master’s Student, Non-Ferrous Metallurgy Department

ArticleName Features of hydrothermal alteration of copper-zinc sulfide concentrates
ArticleAuthors Shakhalov A. A., Ospanov E. A., Naboychenko S. S., Fomenko I. V.

Kazakhmys Corporation LLP, Almaty, Kazakhstan:

A. A. Shakhalov, Project Manager of Department of Complex Processing of Technogenic Raw Materials, e-mail:
E. A. Ospanov, Head of Department of Complex Processing of Technogenic Raw Materials


Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B. N. Eltsin, Ekaterinburg, Russia:
S. S. Naboychenko, Visiting Professor of a Chair of Metallurgy of Heavy Non-Ferrous Metals


LLC “Scientific-Research Center “Gidrometallurgiya”, Saint-Petersburg, Russia:
I. V. Fomenko, Research Director

ArticleName Optimizing antimony-tin concentrate production modes
ArticleAuthors Agarova N. E., Kozmina A. A., Yakovleva L. M., Krayukhin S. A.

JSC Uralelektromed, Verkhnyaya Pyshma, Russia:

N. E. Agarova, Lead Process Engineer of the Electrochemical Production Laboratory of the Research Center, e-mail:
A. A. Kozmina, Process Engineer of the Electochemical Production Laboratory of the Research Center, e-mail:
L. M. Yakovleva, Head of the Electochemical Production Laboratory of the Research Center, e-mail:

UMMC Technical University, Verkhnyaya Pyshma, Russia:
S. A. Krayukhin, Science Director

ArticleName Base elements in refining
ArticleAuthors Temerov S. A., Strukalev K. M., Ryzhov A. G.

OJSC Gulidov Krasnoyarsk Non-Ferrous Metals Plant, Krasnoyarsk, Russia:

S. A. Temerov, Lead Researcher, e-mail:
K. M. Strukalev, Director of the Refining Plant
A. G. Ryzhov, CEO Adviser

ArticleName Influence of the granulometry of the cryolite-alumina mix on crust formation of the aluminum reduction cell
ArticleAuthors Vasyunina N. V., Sharypov N. A., Zhed S. K., Vasyunina I. P.

Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia:

N. V. Vasyunina, Assistant Professor of a Chair of Metallurgy of Non-Ferrous Metals, e-mail:
N. A. Sharypov, Senior Lecturer of a Chair of Automation of production processes in metallurgy

I. P. Vasyunina, Assistant Professor


LLC “RUSAL Engineering-Technical Center”, Krasnoyarsk, Russia:
S. K. Zhed, Manager

ArticleName Synthesis of complex barium strontium niobates in BaNb2O6 – SrNb2O6
ArticleAuthors Veselov A. M., Spiridonov F. M., Zimina G. V., Fomichev V. V.

MIREA – Russian Technological University, Moscow, Russia:

A. M. Veselov, Master’s Student
G. V. Zimina, Lead Researcher of the Bolshakov Department of Chemistry and Technology of Rare and Dispersed Elements, Nanoscale and Composite Materials
V. V. Fomichev, Professor of the Bolshakov Department of Chemistry and Technology of Rare and Dispersed Elements, Nanoscale and Composite Materials, e-mail:

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia:

F. M. Spiridonov, Associate Professor of the Inorganic Chemistry Department

ArticleName How microalloying of the AlMg5 alloy with transition metals (Sc, Zr, Nb) impacts the structure of a cast billet
ArticleAuthors Yashin V. V., Kabanov A. S., Aryshensky E. V., Latushkin I. A.

Arconik SMZ, Samara, Russia:

V. V. Yashin, Manager, e-mail:

I. A. Latushkin, Lead Specialist, e-mail:


Freiberg University of Mining and Technology, Freiberg, Germany:

A. S. Kabanov, Research Fellow at the Institute of Metal Forming


Samara National Research University, Samara, Russia:
E. V. Aryshensky, Associate Professor at the Department of Materials Technology and Aviation Materials

ArticleName Deformation behavior of 1565ch alloy during hot uniaxial upsetting
ArticleAuthors Rushchits S. V., Akhmedyanov A. M., Drits A. M., Nuzhdin V. N.

South Ural State University, Chelyabinsk, Russia:

S. V. Rushchits, Professor of the Department of Material Science and Physics and Chemistry of Materials
A. M. Akhmedyanov, Head of the Physical Simulation of Thermomechanical Processing Laboratory


JSC Arconic SMZ, Moscow, Russia:
A. M. Drits, Director for Business Development and New Technologies, e-mail:
V. N. Nuzhdin, Manager for New Technologies

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