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Mar 01, 1977 · The history of flotation machine design is essentially an account of the development of the impeller-stator assembly, especially its aeration capacity (Harris and Lepetic, 1966; Harris, 1974, 1976b). About a dozen designs are current throughout the world, while even more are obsolete

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a recycle flow flotation machine model - sciencedirect

a recycle flow flotation machine model - sciencedirect

Mar 01, 1975 · Residence time measurements were made on a Denver laboratory flotation machine with and without the DR ring assembly. Soluble and insoluble tracers were used (a dye and fine quartz, respectively), and the variables studied were tank liquid volume, V, water and air volumetric flow rates, Q and Q A respectively, and some geometric and design variables

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on the hydrodynamics of flotation machines - sciencedirect

on the hydrodynamics of flotation machines - sciencedirect

Jul 01, 1978 · INVESTIGATIONS OF THE EFFECT OF VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE OF AIR IN INDUSTRIAL SCALE In order to Confirm the results of laboratory-scale tests, investigations were carried out in a 12-cell flotation machine of SKET Magdeburg with forced aeration. This machine was equipped with impellers of the double- finger-type. The size of the cells was 3 m3

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oscillations in a laboratory flotation machine - sciencedirect

oscillations in a laboratory flotation machine - sciencedirect

Apr 01, 1984 · International Journal of Mineral Processing, 12 (1984) 263--271 263 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam --Printed in The Netherlands OSCILLATIONS IN A LABORATORY FLOTATION MACHINE COLIN C. HARRIS and S. MURTHY KHANDRIKA Henry Krumb School Mines, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027 (U.S.A.) (Received April 15, 1982; revised and accepted April 19, 1983) ABSTRACT Harris

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multiphase models of flotation machine behaviour

multiphase models of flotation machine behaviour

Jul 01, 1978 · INTRODUCTION Sixteen years ago Arbiter and Harris (1962a) suggested a two-phase model of the flotation machine attempting to account for kinetic behaviour, both transient and steady state. The two-phase model is illustrated in Fig. 1 using Harris and Rimmer's (1966) terminology, and models having additional phases are shown in Figs. 2 and 3

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the effect of air flow rate on the kinetics of flotation

the effect of air flow rate on the kinetics of flotation

Nov 01, 1984 · The effect of air flow rate on the kinetics of flotation. Part 3: Selectivity. Int. J. Miner. Process., 13: 285--295. The flotation rate from the slurry to the froth of a strongly hydrophobic galena and weakly conditioned chalcopyrite were determined in a batch experimental flotation cell, as a function of air flow rate (AFR)

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(pdf) some gas dispersion characteristics of mechanical

(pdf) some gas dispersion characteristics of mechanical

Any discussion of bubble size in flotation machines must start by recognizing the chemistry/machine interaction (Cho and Laskowski, 2002).The role of frother is illustrated in Fig. 4 which follows the impact of sequential additions to a laboratory flotation cell containing process (Impala) water (no solids)

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flotation kinetics and fine particle flotation | springerlink

flotation kinetics and fine particle flotation | springerlink

Abstract. As with all physical and chemical processes flotation is a rate process governed by kinetic parameters, which are determined by several factors including the chemistry of the mineral-water interface, particle-bubble collision efficiency, and the strength of attachment of particles to the bubbles

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(pdf) a technique for the direct measurement of bubble

(pdf) a technique for the direct measurement of bubble

The bubble surface area flux is directly related to the flotation rate constant (Gorain et al., 1997), and can be either estimated (Gorain et al., 1999) or calculated, given that both J g and d 32

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kinetics of flotation. order of process, rate constant

kinetics of flotation. order of process, rate constant

Kinetic models can be used to characterize the flotation process. In this paper, three primary parameters, namely, distribution of flotation rate constant f(K), order of flotation process n and ultimate recovery R∞ are presented to perform analysis of flotation kinetics

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the effects of frothers and particles on the

the effects of frothers and particles on the

The pulp and froth zones are the main components of froth flotation as it defines both quality of the end product and overall efficiency. The importance of the properties of the two zones, which include pulp hydrodynamics, froth bubble coalescence rate, water overflow rate, air recovery, etc., is being increasingly recognized. The properties are depending not only on the type and concentration

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column flotation: a selected review— part iv: novel

column flotation: a selected review— part iv: novel

Jun 01, 1995 · SLURRY FROTH REACTOR SEPARATOR AIR SLURRY Fig.6 "[he general concept of the reactor/separator class of flotation machine. 596 J.A. FINCH The concept appears to have been in the mind of some cell developers [e.g. 35,36] but the present author believes it serves to group several of the recent novel cell designs

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principles and practice of sulphide mineral flotation

principles and practice of sulphide mineral flotation

Synopsis. This paper presents both the fundamentals of sulphide mineral flotation and the practical aspects of sulphide ore flotation. The fundamental aspects of the flotation of sulphide minerals both in the absence and presence of thiol collectors are discussed in relation to their crystal structure, surface chemistry and electrochemical characteristics

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flotation method in archaeology - thoughtco

flotation method in archaeology - thoughtco

Mar 01, 2019 · The Flote-Tech, the first standalone machine to support flotation, was invented by R.J. Dausman in the late 1980s. Microflotation, which uses glass beakers and magnetic stirrers for gentler processing, was developed in the 1960s for use by various chemists but not extensively used by archaeologists until the 21st century

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