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5/11/2020 Iron ore tailings (IOT) are common wastes in industrial iron processes, which are harmful to the environmental and industrial development. Therefore, developing an efficient process for the recycling and utilization of IOT is of extreme importance. In this work, the influences of the sintering temperature and SiC content on the material properties
Iron ore tailings are a form of solid waste produced during the beneficiation process of iron ore concentrate. Among all kinds of mining solid waste, Iron ore tailings are one of the most common...
Abstract: Iron ore tailing is a kind of hazardous solid waste produced by iron and steel industry. In order to separate and recycle iron from the magnetic preconcentrate of an iron ore tailing, an innovative technological route of fluidized magnetization
1/12/2014 Iron ore concentration tailings were separated by type and origin together with one specific clay, for an initial characterization, in order to determine the best ways of recycling them. The particle size characterization was made by sieving down to 44 μm and below that value by cyclosizer.
The utility model discloses a dry iron-ore tailings discharging and recycling device. The device comprises a concentrating mill, a settling basin and a thickener which are respectively connected through a pipeline to form a closed circuit, wherein a discharge pipe
In a South African context, Holland believes that this lump iron ore processing technology can be applied to retreat the country’s fine iron ore tailings; for the reprocessing of tailings dams; and for the diversion of tailings from wet dams to dry stacking.
which was a leading company in India in the mining activities of iron ore has dumped about 200 million metric tons of iron ore tailings at Lakya Dam. The company conducted mining for more than 25 years in Kudremukh until it stopped mining in 2005.
Iron ore tailings (IOTs) are a form of solid waste produced during the beneficiation process of iron ore concentrate. Among all kinds of mining solid waste, IOTs are one of the most common solid wastes in the world due to their high output and low utilization ratio.
23/5/2020 Test results reveal that the introduction of cement/bentonite to iron ore tailings requires higher water content for optimum compaction and results in lower dry density. The addition of bentonite increases the unconfined compressive strength (UCS) very little, whereas there is a great strength enhancement for tailing-cement mixtures, particularly after a period of moist curing.