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 / = 10 So, for each 10 tons of feed, the plant would produce 1 ton of concentrate. Using the example data from Table 1, the % Cu recovery calculated from weights and ...
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flotation cationic Prior art date 1992 11 13 Legal status Expired Lifetime Application number US08/082,574 Inventor Sadan Kelebek Peter F. Wells Simon O. Fekete
column flotation cell at the Chair of Mineral Processing, which had to be based on the findings of an intense literature study. The final cell design was manufactured in co operation with an Austrian
1 1 . The impact of differing cell and algogenic organic matter 2 . characteristics on the coagulation and flotation of algae. 3 . 4 RITA K. HENDERSON , SIMON A. PARSONS AND BRUCE JEFFERSON* 5 6 Centre for Water Science, Cranfield University, Cranfield, BEDFORDSHIRE, MK43 7 0AL, UK
function of K for different particles in the flotation cell, and thus Eq. 6 can be equal to: dR R n dt f . The ultimate recovery R, distribution of flotation rate constant f and order of flotation kinetics n in Eqs. 6 and 7 can be determined from the experimental data of R versus t.