Open circuit flotation testing indicated that about 86% of the silver can be recovered into a final concentrate containing 2.3 kg/tonne silver. ... 1.13 FINANCIAL ... The flotation mill was capable of running 100 tonnes/day during this time and was fed 50% tailings and 50% ore with an average head grade of 130 g/t silver, 2% lead, 2.4% zinc and
The product of the above digestion process is a slurry containing NaA102 in aqueous solution and undissolved solids. ... solids at 80% solids will be 1/4 the volume required for one ton of mud at 35% solids. ... of $0.25 to $0.50/ton mud impounded and an operating cost of about $0.90-$1.30/ton of mud ($0.30 -$0.13/ton of alumina). For Jamaican
The permitted Hudbay Anderson TIA, located approximately 13 km from Lalor, is used for tailings disposal. The Lalor paste plant was commissioned in the third quarter of 2018, is located northeast of the existing head frame complex, and is capable of delivering 165 tph solids (tails) or 93 m3/hr of paste
Jan 01, 1983 7. Conclusion Radioisotope x-ray techniques are now widely used for on-stream analysis of metalliferous ore slurries. Elements analysed include Ca, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, Mo, Ag, Sn, Ba. Pb and U, but sensitivity is not sufficient for Au, Pt and very low (
A balloon that contains 1.50 L of air at 755 torr is taken under water to a depth that is at a ... (0.980 atm)(4.13 x 10-3 L) MM = 84.0 g/mol The gas is Kr (krypton) ... If all three are forced into the same 1.00 L container, without change in temperature, what will be the resulting pressure?
4.) A particle settles through a suspension containing 35% solids by weight. Given that the velocity under free settling motion is ut = 0.00669 m/s. Find us. Given: [density of particle = 2800 kg/m3, Dp = 200 mesh, density of fluid = 996.5 kg/m3, viscosity of fluid = 0.8Cp] Answer: 0.003036m/s 5.) A continuous separating tank is to be designed
50 g/L =. 5 per. ↗ Show Percentage → Gram/liter Conversion Chart Instead. Gram/liter Conversions: g/L↔kg/L 1 kg/L = 1000 g/L. g/L↔kg/m3 1 g/L = 1 kg/m3. g/L↔g/m3 1 g/L = 1000 g/m3. g/L↔mg/m3 1 g/L = 1000000 mg/m3. g/L↔g/cm3 1 g/cm3 = 1000 g/L
60 D60 40 30 20 10 0 10 D10 5 3 0.15 mm 0.1 0.05 1 0.5 0.3 Particle size (mm) D30 0.17 mm 0.27 mm Figure 2.28 Particle-size distribution curve Example 2.2 For the particle-size distribution curve shown in Figure 2.28 determine a. D10, D30, and D60 b
Slurry is a mixture of a solid and a liquid. The density of a slurry can be calculated as. ρ m = 100 / [c w / ρ s + [100 - c w] / ρ l] (1). where . ρ m = density of slurry (lb/ft 3, kg/m 3). c w = concentration of solids by weight in the slurry (%). ρ s = density of the solids (lb/ft 3, kg/m 3). ρ l = density of liquid without solids (lb/ft 3, kg/m 3)
Product % Weight % Cu Assay Feed 100 2.09 Concentrate 10 20.0 Tailings 90 0.1 (a) From Table 1, the Ratio of Concentration can be calculated as F/C = 100/10 = 10. If only assays are available, the ratio of concentration equals (20 – 0.1)/(2.09 – 0.1) = 10 So, for each 10 tons of feed, the plant would produce 1 ton of concentrate
Mar 20, 2016 Example: An ore contains 5% lead and 1% copper. The ratio of perfect concentration for a concentrate of maximum grade and 100% recoveries of lead and copper would be: by (29) K perfect = 100/5.775+2.887 = 11.545 and % Pb in perfect concentrate = 11.545 x 5 = 57.7% and % Cu in perfect concentrate = 11.545 x 1 =
1) 0.614 kg Given: D = 0.702 g/mL V= 875 mL Unit plan: mL →g →kg Equalities: density 0.702 g = 1 mL and 1 kg = 1000 g Setup: 875 mL x 0.702 g x 1
Mar 03, 2016 Since the pulp in layer I settled at the rate of 0.6 ft. per hour, the water remaining behind in an area of 1 sq. ft., in 1 hr. would be 0.6 cu. ft., equivalent to 37.41 lb. (water weighs 62.35 lb. per cubic foot) and the weight of solids passing out of layer I per hour would be 13.8 lb. per square foot
Top 10' of sand was dry with e = 0.6, Gs = 2.65. Below the WT the sand had e = 0.48. Underneath the second sand layer was 15' thick clay deposit, with w = 33 %, Gs = 2.75. Draw total stress, pore water pressure and, effective stress diagrams for the entire depth. Gradation curve 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 10 1 0.1 0.01 0.001 0.0001 Dia
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This improves workability and frost resistance and decreases segregation and bleeding. The agents used as additions include: 0.0250.1% of alkali salts of wood resins, sulphonate detergents, alkali naphthenate, or triethanolamine salts; or 0.25-0.5% of the Ca salts of glues (from hides); or 0.25-1.0% of Ca lignosulphonate (from paper-making)