MINE 331 Methods Of Mineral Separation
Mineral separation processes of a physical and physicochemical nature are studied with laboratory sessions. Topics include size reduction, classification, flotation, flocculation, gravity concentration, magnetic, electrostatic separations and dewatering. Surface phenomena involving fine particle processing, reagent classifications, flotation machines and circuits, plant practice in ore flotation are discussed. The laboratory practice includes a design project on flotation circuit analysis and sizing. Assignments will be completed based on field trip observations.
(Lec: 3, Lab: 1.5, Tut: 0)
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...Bell Fellowship in Transformative Mining The Harold M...CFUW Fellowships Program Manager 331 Cooper Street, Suite...
(CHE1) Chemical Engineering - Chemical Process Engineering Sub-Plan, B.A.Sc. (Class of 2025)
...is: MINE 267 Applied Chemistry for Mining (Winter...in preparation for CHEE 331 Design of Unit...
(CHE1) Chemical Engineering - Chemical Process Engineering Sub-Plan, B.A.Sc. (Class of 2024)
...is: MINE 267 Applied Chemistry for Mining (Winter...in preparation for CHEE 331 in the winter...