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selective flocculation iron ore

Selective Flocculation and Flotation

The selective flocculation-cationic flotation system includes (1) stage grinding of the oxidized taconite, with dispersants to liberate the iron minerals from the gangue, (2) selective flocculation of the iron minerals with starch, (3) rejection of a siliceous slime, and (4) finally, cationic flotation of the selectively flocculated material to

(PDF) Recovery of iron from iron ore slimes by selective

The beneficiation of iron ore slimes by selective flocculation was studied. Polyacrylamide (PAM) and guar gum were used as flocculant, along with sodium hexametaphosphate (SHMP) as a dispersant.

Selective flocculation of ultrafine iron ore 2. Mechanism

Keywords: Adsorption; Hematite; Kaolinite; Starch; Selective flocculation I. Introduction Since 1975, starch has been used successfully as a selective flocculant for hematite at the Tilden Iron Ore mine, MI, USA. This has led to numerous reports on the ability of starch to behave as a selective flocculant [ 1 ]. The practical implementa- tion

Selective flocculation applied to Barsuan iron ore

Experiments have shown that it is possible to obtain a concentrate containing 65% iron, 1.8% alumina and 1.4% silica with an iron recovery of 80% from the tailings of Barsuan iron ore plant containing 52.5% iron, 7.4% alumina and 7.8% silica through selective flocculation employing starch.

Beneficiation of Synthetic Iron Ore Kaolinite Mixture

beneficiating the fines, slimes and tailing by selective flocculation, which is defined as the selective agglomeration of iron ore particles using flocculant. In the present study an attempt has been taken to study the applicability of selective flocculation to Indian iron ore using corn starch as flocculant. A detail mineralogical and chemical

Characterization and concentration by selective

For the selective flocculation/magnetic separation tests carried out with studied iron ore slimes, a complete factorial planning design with two replicates was used to study the effects of the following factors: pH (7 and 10.5), magnetic field (3575 e 5465 G), starch dosage (50 e 200 g/ton) on response variables: mass recovery, Fe recovery

Selective Flocculation of Dilband Iron Ore, Pakistan

Selective flocculation for long is known as one of the beneficiation techniques applicable\ud to the concentration of finely disseminated ores. The success of this technique is based\ud on the selective adsorption of an organic polymer on the mineral particles to be\ud flocculated. In present study beneficiation of finely disseminated Dilband iron ore\ud using selective flocculation has been

Optimisation of selective flocculation of ultrafine iron

A laboratory scale selective flocculation process capable of recovering iron oxide from a sample of ultrafine (less than 10 μm) iron ore tailings containing kaolinite as

Can carboxymethyl cellulose be used as a selective

Significantly high interaction energy differences between hematite and the other minerals point towards the possibility of selective flocculation of hematite from the other minerals present in iron ore slimes. In comparison with water, the interaction energies of CMC are found to be higher in all the cases indicating that CMC will be able to replace water present on the surface of the minerals.

Selective Flocculation Metallurgist & Mineral Processing

Table of ContentsDesign of Selective Flocculation ProcessesApplications of Selective FlocculationSelective Flocculation Process DesignDispersion of the Mineral SuspensionAdsorption of the Flocculent and Floc FormationSeparation of the Flocs from the Dispersed Slurry Selective flocculation utilizes the differences in the physical-chemical properties of the various mineral

Selective Flocculation of Iron Ore Slimes: Results of

16/11/2016· Our earlier work in TRDDC laboratories has demonstrated that selective flocculation with starch and guar gum is sufficiently selective for the reduction of alumina contents and thus this process should be scaled up for the processing of alumina rich Indian iron ore slimes. TRDDC has also designed a portable set-up which can be used to run pilot

(PDF) Selective Flocculation of Dilband Iron Ore, Pakistan

A laboratory scale selective flocculation process capable of recovering iron oxide from a sample of ultrafine (less than 10 μm) iron ore tailings containing kaolinite as the main gangue mineral

v117n4a12 Recovery of iron from iron ore slimes by

from a slime pond at Kiriburu iron ore processing plant, Jharkhand, India. Guar gum and polyacrylamide (non-ionic), obtained from Saiguru Food and Gum Industries, Mumbai Recovery of iron from iron ore slimes by selective flocculation by R. Kumar*, and N.R. Mandre* $& % The beneficiation of iron ore slimes by selective flocculation was studied.

THE DISPERSION AND SELECTIVE FLOCCULATION OF

THE DISPERSION AND SELECTIVE FLOCCULATION OF HEMATITE ORE . By III Howard James Haselhuhn. Abstract. Iron ore is one of the most important ores in the world. Over the past century, most mining of iron ore has been focused on magnetite (Fe3O4). As the name suggests, magnetite is magnetic in nature and is easily separated from gangue (unwanted) minerals through magnetic

(PDF) Selective flocculation behavior of chromite and

Selective flocculation studies carried out with iron ore tailings generated at Kudremukh iron ore plant indicate that a concentrate containing 63% iron can be obtained from the tailings containing

Selective Flocculation of Iron Ore Slimes: Results of

These iron values can be recovered by further beneficiating the fines, slimes and tailing by selective flocculation, which is defined as the selective agglomeration of iron ore particles using

SELECTIVE DISPERSION FLOCCULATION OF ALUMINA RICH IRON ORE

SELECTIVE DISPERSION – FLOCCULATION OF ALUMINA RICH IRON ORE SLIMES . Figure 1. XRD Patterns of the three samples (H-Hematite, Go-Goethite, G-Gibbsite and K-Kaolinite)

Selective flocculation studies on iron ore minerals CORE

Abstract. Selective flocculation was studied for binary combinations of artificial mixtures of hematite, corundum, and quartz and on a ternary system containing hematite, corundum, and quartz by using starch as the selective flocculant.

Studies on selective flocculation of low-grade iron ore

iron fines/slimes/complex ore.[6,7] The selective flocculation process is not only used to develop the fine process but also it is used to address environmental issues with respect to value addition. From the studies, it can be observed that selective flocculation has

Michigan Technological University Digital Commons

THE DISPERSION AND SELECTIVE FLOCCULATION OF HEMATITE ORE . By Howard James Haselhuhn III A DISSERTATION Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of

Studies on selective flocculation of low-grade iron ore

iron fines/slimes/complex ore.[6,7] The selective flocculation process is not only used to develop the fine process but also it is used to address environmental issues with respect to value addition. From the studies, it can be observed that selective flocculation has

Performance evaluation for selectivity of the flocculant

14/12/2013· Increased demand for iron ore necessitates the utilization of low-grade iron ore fines, slimes, and existing tailings. Selective flocculation can be an alternative physico-chemical process for utilizing these low-grade fines, slimes, and tailings. In selective flocculation, the most critical objective is the selection of proper reagents that

Role of water chemistry in the selective flocculation and

Fine-grained hematite ore can be concentrated by the process of selective flocculation and dispersion, which relies on proper reagent selection and control of water chemistry. While many previous...

Selective Flocculation of Fine grain Oolitic Hematite

The tiny iron ore is unable to recycle effectively, bring about a large of useful minerals running off. It is indicated that the selective flocculation is effective separation craft in many research works. The good dispersion of fine particles is the selective flocculation essential condition, the excessive dispersion will destroy the selective

Processing of Alumina-Rich Iron Ore Slimes: Is the

Abstract. Beneficiation of alumina rich iron ore slimes is a major challenge for the Indian iron ore industry. Considering the limits of gravity and magnetic separation processes in the relatively finer size range in terms of achieving adequate separation efficiency, selective flotation (with and without selective flocculation) of iron ore slimes, which is being used commercially in several

Beneficiation of Synthetic Iron Ore Kaolinite Mixture

High demand of steel necessitates the use of low and lean grade iron ores by beneficiating them. However the fines, slimes and tailings generated in the process of beneficiating these low grade iron ores contains good amount of iron values. These iron values can be recovered by further beneficiating the fines, slimes and tailing by selective flocculation, which is defined as the selective

US4274945A Iron ore beneficiation by selective

Selective flocculation of iron ores is accomplished through the employment of partially carboxylated polyacrylamides as the selective flocculant. The partially carboxylated polyacrylamides employed in the selective flocculation contain from about 20-65% carboxyl groups and are of a molecular weight in excess of one million. The selective flocculation process performs a separation of iron ores

Comparison of selective flocculation of low grade

This study aims to beneficiate low grade goethitic iron ore fines using a selective flocculation process. Selective flocculation studies were conducted using different polymers such as starch amylopectin (AP), poly acrylic acid (PAA), and a graft copolymer (AP-g-PAA). The obtained results were analyzed; they indicate the enhancement of the iron ore grade from 58.49% to 67.52% using AP-g-PAA

Selective Flocculation of Zinc Concentrate to Reduce

Selective flocculation was used to produce superclean zinc concentrate with minimized silica contamination. Research was carried out on a flotation concentrate from the Jersey Miniere Zinc Company (JMZ) in Gordonsville, Tennessee. The material was first dispersed with sodium silicate and then causticized tapioca starch was used to selectively flocculate the sphalerite, leaving the silica in

Froth Flotation of Iron Ores sapub

With the depleting reserves of high-grade iron ore in the world, froth flotation has become increasingly important to process intermediate- and low-grade iron ore in an attempt to meet the rapidly growing demand on the international market. In over half a century’s practice in the iron ore industry, froth flotation has been established as an efficient method to remove impurities from iron ore.

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