DRI Granules from iron ore fines below 10 mm without grinding or agglomeration step29 While developing a method to reduce the 10 mm ore fines, the waste coal/coke fines were utilized in a manner which would be possible in a industry. The 10 mm ore was screened by 1 mm sieve to have + 1 mm particles of the ore.
Utilisation of ore fines by agglomeration with special reference to sintering of manganese ore fines D. N. Gupta* G. P. Khandelwal ABSTRACT Agglomeration is required to coagulate the ore fines to the desired size to make them suitable for metallurgical operations. The well known methods of agglomeration are briquetting,
lump ore preparation lots of mineral dressing are required wherein a significant amount of fines are gener ated. These fines cannot be used directly in any furnaces. For utilization of these fines, agglomeration techniques, such as sintering, pelletizing, or briquetting, are required.
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. Innovative Development on Agglomeration of Iron Ore Fines and Iron Oxide Wastes. Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy Review: Vol. 40, No. 4, pp. 248 264.
Utilisation Of Ore Fines By Agglomeration With Special. 2012 9 7By screening manganese ore fines on 30 mesh screen and by utilising 30 mesh fines only 20 to 40 of fines of 30 mesh sie get rejected. Hence in another trial only unscreened manganese ore fines were used and lime was added to the extent of 0.5 to 1 . Details.
Utilisation of ore fines by agglomeration with special By screening manganese ore fines on 30 mesh screen and by utilising + 30 mesh fines only, 20 to 40 % of fines of 30 mesh size get rejected. Hence in another trial only unscreened manganese ore fines were used and lime was added to the extent of 0.5 to 1 %.