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Wills' Mineral Processing Technology : an Introduction to the Practical Aspects of Ore Treatment and Mineral Recovery

por Barry A, Wills [autor]; Finch, James A [autor].
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLibroNúmero de ubicación: 622.7 B279Editor: Editor: Madrid (España) : Elsevier , 2016.Edición: Eighth edition.Descripción: xiv, 498 páginas : fotografías, gráficas, tablas ; 29 cm.Tipo de contenido: texto Tipo de medio: sin mediación Tipo de soporte / portador: volumenISBN: 9780080970530.Materia(s): MINERALES | YACIMIENTOS MINERALES | GEOLOGÍA | INDUSTRIAS MINERALES
Contenidos parciales:
Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1. Introduction 1.1 Minerals 1.2 Abundance of Minerals 1.3 Deposits and Ores 1.4 Metallic and Nonmetallic Ores 1.5 The Need for Mineral Processing 1.6 Liberation 1.7 Concentration 1.8 Representing Mineral Processing Systems: The Flowsheet 1.9 Measures of Separation 1.10 Economic Considerations 1.11 Sustainability References Chapter 2. Ore Handling 2.1 Introduction 2.2 The Removal of Harmful Materials 2.3 Ore Transportation 2.4 Ore Storage 2.5 Feeding 2.6 Self-Heating of Sulfide Minerals References Chapter 3. Sampling, Control, and Mass Balancing 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Sampling 3.3 On-line Analysis 3.4 Slurry Streams: Some Typical Calculations 3.5 Automatic Control in Mineral Processing 3.6 Mass Balancing Methods 3.7 Example Mass Balance Calculations References Chapter 4. Particle Size Analysis 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Particle Size and Shape 4.3 Sieve Analysis 4.4 Sub-sieve Techniques 4.5 On-line Particle Size Analysis References Chapter 5. Comminution 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Principles of Comminution 5.3 Comminution Modeling 5.4 Comminution Efficiency References Chapter 6. Crushers 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Primary Crushers 6.3 Secondary/tertiary Crushers 6.4 High Pressure Grinding Rolls 6.5 Impact Crushers 6.6 Rotary Breakers 6.7 Crushing Circuits and Control References Chapter 7. Grinding Mills 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Tumbling Mills 7.3 Stirred Mills 7.4 Other Grinding Mill Types 7.5 Grinding Circuits References Chapter 8. Industrial Screening 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Screen Performance 8.3 Factors Affecting Screen Performance 8.4 Mathematical Models of Screens 8.5 Screen Types References Chapter 9. Classification 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Principles of Classification 9.3 Types of Classifiers 9.4 Centrifugal Classifiers—The Hydrocyclone 9.5 Gravitational Classifiers References Chapter 10. Gravity Concentration 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Principles of Gravity Concentration 10.3 Gravitational Concentrators 10.4 Centrifugal Concentrators 10.5 Sluices and Cones 10.6 Fluidized Bed Separators 10.7 Dry Processing 10.8 Single-Stage Units and Circuits References Chapter 11. Dense Medium Separation (DMS) 11.1 Introduction 11.2 The Dense Medium 11.3 Separating Vessels 11.4 DMS Circuits 11.5 Example DMS Applications 11.6 Laboratory Heavy Liquid Tests 11.7 Efficiency of DMS References Chapter 12. Froth Flotation 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Principles of Flotation 12.3 Classification of Minerals 12.4 Collectors 12.5 Frothers 12.6 Regulators 12.7 The Importance of pH 12.8 The Importance of Pulp Potential 12.9 Flotation Kinetics 12.10 The Role of Particle Size and Liberation 12.11 Cells, Banks, and Circuits 12.12 Flotation Testing 12.13 Flotation Machines 12.14 Flotation Cell and Gas Dispersion Characterization 12.15 Control of Flotation Plants 12.16 Reagent Addition and Conditioning 12.17 Flotation Flowsheets and Plant Practice 12.18 Other Surface Chemistry and Flotation-Based Separation Systems References Chapter 13. Magnetic and Electrical Separation 13.1 Introduction 13.2 Magnetism in Minerals 13.3 Equations of Magnetism 13.4 Magnetic Separator Design 13.5 Types of Magnetic Separator 13.6 Electrical Separation References Chapter 14. Sensor-based Ore Sorting 14.1 Introduction 14.2 Sensor-based Sorting Principles 14.3 Historical Development 14.4 Example Flowsheet and Economic Drivers References Chapter 15. Dewatering 15.1 Introduction 15.2 Gravitational Sedimentation 15.3 Centrifugal Sedimentation 15.4 Filtration 15.5 Drying References Chapter 16. Tailings Disposal 16.1 Introduction 16.2 Methods of Disposal of Tailings 16.3 Environmental Issues References Chapter 17. Modeling and Characterization 17.1 Introduction 17.2 Circuit Design and Optimization by Computer Simulation 17.3 Machine Design 17.4 Design of Experiments 17.5 Geometallurgy 17.6 Applied Mineralogy References Appendix I. Metallic Ore Minerals Appendix II. Common Nonmetallic Ores Appendix III. Technical Separation Efficiency: Definition and Derivation Appendix IV. Data Used in Figure 4.7 Appendix V. Derivation of Fully Mixed Recovery Equation (Chapter 12, Equation 12.28) Appendix VI. Data and Computations to Determine Time Corresponding to Maximum Separation Efficiency (Figure 12.58), and to Determine Flotation Rate Constant (Figure 12.59).
Resumen: Wills' Mineral Processing Technology: An Introduction to the Practical Aspects of Ore Treatment and Mineral Recovery has been the definitive reference for the mineral processing industry for over thirty years. This industry standard reference provides practicing engineers and students of mineral processing, metallurgy, and mining with practical information on all the common techniques used in modern processing installations.
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Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1 Minerals
1.2 Abundance of Minerals
1.3 Deposits and Ores
1.4 Metallic and Nonmetallic Ores
1.5 The Need for Mineral Processing
1.6 Liberation
1.7 Concentration
1.8 Representing Mineral Processing Systems: The Flowsheet
1.9 Measures of Separation
1.10 Economic Considerations
1.11 Sustainability
References
Chapter 2. Ore Handling
2.1 Introduction
2.2 The Removal of Harmful Materials
2.3 Ore Transportation
2.4 Ore Storage
2.5 Feeding
2.6 Self-Heating of Sulfide Minerals
References
Chapter 3. Sampling, Control, and Mass Balancing
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Sampling
3.3 On-line Analysis
3.4 Slurry Streams: Some Typical Calculations
3.5 Automatic Control in Mineral Processing
3.6 Mass Balancing Methods
3.7 Example Mass Balance Calculations
References
Chapter 4. Particle Size Analysis
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Particle Size and Shape
4.3 Sieve Analysis
4.4 Sub-sieve Techniques
4.5 On-line Particle Size Analysis
References
Chapter 5. Comminution
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Principles of Comminution
5.3 Comminution Modeling
5.4 Comminution Efficiency
References
Chapter 6. Crushers
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Primary Crushers
6.3 Secondary/tertiary Crushers
6.4 High Pressure Grinding Rolls
6.5 Impact Crushers
6.6 Rotary Breakers
6.7 Crushing Circuits and Control
References
Chapter 7. Grinding Mills
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Tumbling Mills
7.3 Stirred Mills
7.4 Other Grinding Mill Types
7.5 Grinding Circuits
References
Chapter 8. Industrial Screening
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Screen Performance
8.3 Factors Affecting Screen Performance
8.4 Mathematical Models of Screens
8.5 Screen Types
References
Chapter 9. Classification
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Principles of Classification
9.3 Types of Classifiers
9.4 Centrifugal Classifiers—The Hydrocyclone
9.5 Gravitational Classifiers
References
Chapter 10. Gravity Concentration
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Principles of Gravity Concentration
10.3 Gravitational Concentrators
10.4 Centrifugal Concentrators
10.5 Sluices and Cones
10.6 Fluidized Bed Separators
10.7 Dry Processing
10.8 Single-Stage Units and Circuits
References
Chapter 11. Dense Medium Separation (DMS)
11.1 Introduction
11.2 The Dense Medium
11.3 Separating Vessels
11.4 DMS Circuits
11.5 Example DMS Applications
11.6 Laboratory Heavy Liquid Tests
11.7 Efficiency of DMS
References
Chapter 12. Froth Flotation
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Principles of Flotation
12.3 Classification of Minerals
12.4 Collectors
12.5 Frothers
12.6 Regulators
12.7 The Importance of pH
12.8 The Importance of Pulp Potential
12.9 Flotation Kinetics
12.10 The Role of Particle Size and Liberation
12.11 Cells, Banks, and Circuits
12.12 Flotation Testing
12.13 Flotation Machines
12.14 Flotation Cell and Gas Dispersion Characterization
12.15 Control of Flotation Plants
12.16 Reagent Addition and Conditioning
12.17 Flotation Flowsheets and Plant Practice
12.18 Other Surface Chemistry and Flotation-Based Separation Systems
References
Chapter 13. Magnetic and Electrical Separation
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Magnetism in Minerals
13.3 Equations of Magnetism
13.4 Magnetic Separator Design
13.5 Types of Magnetic Separator
13.6 Electrical Separation
References
Chapter 14. Sensor-based Ore Sorting
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Sensor-based Sorting Principles
14.3 Historical Development
14.4 Example Flowsheet and Economic Drivers
References
Chapter 15. Dewatering
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Gravitational Sedimentation
15.3 Centrifugal Sedimentation
15.4 Filtration
15.5 Drying
References
Chapter 16. Tailings Disposal
16.1 Introduction
16.2 Methods of Disposal of Tailings
16.3 Environmental Issues
References
Chapter 17. Modeling and Characterization
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Circuit Design and Optimization by Computer Simulation
17.3 Machine Design
17.4 Design of Experiments
17.5 Geometallurgy
17.6 Applied Mineralogy
References
Appendix I. Metallic Ore Minerals
Appendix II. Common Nonmetallic Ores
Appendix III. Technical Separation Efficiency: Definition and Derivation
Appendix IV. Data Used in Figure 4.7
Appendix V. Derivation of Fully Mixed Recovery Equation (Chapter 12, Equation 12.28)
Appendix VI. Data and Computations to Determine Time Corresponding to Maximum Separation Efficiency (Figure 12.58), and to Determine Flotation Rate Constant (Figure 12.59).

Wills' Mineral Processing Technology: An Introduction to the Practical Aspects of Ore Treatment and Mineral Recovery has been the definitive reference for the mineral processing industry for over thirty years. This industry standard reference provides practicing engineers and students of mineral processing, metallurgy, and mining with practical information on all the common techniques used in modern processing installations.

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