Provides a review of various ore-processing techniques utilized in processing installations. This book presents coverage of technical developments in the processing of increasingly complex refractory ores, equipment and process routes. It gives an exposition of the principles and practice of mineral processing, with examples taken from practice.
Wills Mineral Processing Technology provides practising engineers and students of mineral processing, metallurgy and mining with a review of the common ore-processing techniques utilized in modern installations. Each chapter encompasses all the recent technical developments which are advancing at a rapid rate to deal with the processing of increasingly complex and refractory ores. New equipment and process routes are also discussed. In order to provide access to this wide range of treatments, the prestigious J K Minerals Research Centre has enlisted the expert knowledge of its staff, under the guidance of Dr J P Franzidis, to contribute in their areas of world class excellence.
Mineral Processing Technology will continue to be a key reference book for mineral engineering professionals and a recommended textbook for mineral processing students. Mark S. Klima, Mineral Processing and Geo-Environmental Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
Table of contents
- Ore Handling
- Metallurgical Accounting, Control and Simulation
- Particle Size Analysis
- Grinding Mills
- Industrial Screening
- Gravity Concentration
- Dense Medium Separation (DMS)
- Froth Flotation
- Magnetic and High Tension Separation
- Ore Sorting
- Tailings Disposal
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