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Iron losses in processing tailings - ResearchGate

2005-11-1  Iron ore tailings have proved to be one of the most hazardous solid wastes. This paper presents an innovative technological method for recycling iron from tailings that involves coupling the ...

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Effects of iron ore tailings on the compressive strength ...

2020-11-10  Iron ore tailings (IOT) are discharged as waste after the beneficiation process to concentrate iron ore, which has triggered a series of environmental problems. ... The LOI (loss on ignition) means the percentage of the lost mass in the original sample after drying the raw materials which lose external moisture in the temperature range of 105 ...

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Recovering Iron from Iron Ore Tailings and Preparing ...

2019-4-15  Iron ore tailings (IOTs) are a form of solid waste produced during the beneficiation process of iron ore concentrate. In this paper, iron recovery from IOTs

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(PDF) Iron Ore Tailings: Characterization and Applications

Some possible applications for iron ore tailings (IOT) after the separation step. Model houses built using IOT in collaboration projects of UFMG with the mining companies Samarco and Gerdau. 93,94 +5

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Utilization of iron tailings to prepare high-surface area ...

2020-9-20  Iron ore tailings: Non-hydrothermal ... Over the range of 30–1100 °C, the weight loss rate of iron tailings was only 3%. The as-synthesized sample had two weightlessness stages with a total weight loss of about 61.1%. Two weightlessness stages occurred at 30–164 °C and 164–1100 °C, respectively.

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(PDF) Recovery of Ultra-Fine Iron Ore from Iron Ore Tailings

A selective flocculation approach was employed to the iron ore tailings which contain 50.98% of Fe (T) with 8.86% of Al 2 O 3 assay. It was observed that, when applying a

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Characterisation and magnetic concentration of an iron

2019-1-1  A typical thermogram of the iron ore tailings sample is shown in Fig. 5 (4.76–2.38 mm). There is a thin peak at 50 °C ascribed to the water loss in kaolinite and the peaks at 100–130 °C are ascribed to the loss of water physically adsorbed on kaolinite and goethite.

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(PDF) Generation and Treatment of Iron Ore Tailings

Today many types of tailings are generated in the mining operations. Particularly, in the iron ore industry, although 99% of the generated tailings are composed by non-toxic elements, it came into ...

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Use of iron ore tailing from tailing dam as catalyst in a ...

2019-3-1  Iron ore tailing and catalyst characterization. The iron ore tailings used in this research contained SiO 2 (46.8%), Fe (32.0%), and Al 2 O 3 (3.89%) as major elements. Some contaminants were detected but were present at very low concentrations, as shown in Table S1 (supplementary material).

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The use of iron ore tailings obtained from the Germano

2021-1-1  The present work aims to identify the influence of the incorporation of iron ore tailings (IOT) obtained from the Germano dam in Brazil in substitution of sand fractions in concrete. The IOT was characterized through particle size distribution, specific weight, and mineralogical composition using x-ray diffraction (XRD).

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(PDF) Generation and Treatment of Iron Ore Tailings

Today many types of tailings are generated in the mining operations. Particularly, in the iron ore industry, although 99% of the generated tailings are composed by non-toxic elements, it came into ...

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Recovering Iron from Iron Ore Tailings and Preparing ...

2019-4-15  Iron ore tailings (IOTs) are a form of solid waste produced during the beneficiation process of iron ore concentrate. In this paper, iron recovery from IOTs was studied at different points during a process involving pre-concentration followed by

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(PDF) The Potential of Iron Ore Tailings as Secondary ...

2019-7-21  Regarding the analyzed samples, tailings A.2 and ore A.0, both from the same iron or e deposit, were the most favorable for possible exploitation, depending

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What are the iron ore tailings application technology ...

2021-10-15  iron tailings are distinguished on the basis of their primary elements, which facilitate the selection of different ways of use. Generally, they are divided into four types: 1. Anshan high-silicon iron tailings. This type of iron tailings is the largest type of iron tailings, with high silicon content, and some SiO2 content is as high as 75%.

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Mine tailings: reprocess, recover recycle – The ...

2019-9-13  According to research by mineral processing firm , the quantity of tailings generated each year by the copper industry alone amounts to 2.9 billion tonnes, and iron-ore production adds a further 1.6 billion tonnes. These are just two metals from the plethora mined globally but, using these numbers, we can start to gauge the scale of the ...

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Managing tailings safely – Anglo American – Kumba Iron Ore

Tailings are the materials left over following the processing of mined ore that separates the valuable metals or minerals from the host rock. Tailings are not the same as waste rock, the latter being soil or rock or other material that covers or surrounds an orebody and

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(PDF) Utilisation of iron ore mine tailings for the ...

of iron ore mine tailings for the production of geopolymer bricks, International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment, DOI: 10.1080/17480930.2014.993834 T o link to this article: http ...

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Characterization and Beneficiation of Iron Ore Tailings by ...

2015-10-20  In the present paper, an attempt has been made to beneficiate iron ore tailings by selective flocculation using guar gum and starch as flocculants along with sodium hexametaphosphate (SHMP) as the dispersant. The mineralogical studies carried out initially indicated the presence of hematite and goethite as major iron bearing mineral phases along with quartz and kaolinite as major gangue ...

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Environmental Risks From Mine Tailings

2018-8-10  Tailings are a type of rock waste from the mining industry. When a mineral product is mined, the valuable portion is usually embedded in a rock matrix called ore.

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Dewatering polymer application in an iron ore tailings dam

Abstract: Given the current scenario experienced by Brazilian mining industry, the study and development of technologies that enable a more secure and controlled disposal of tailings has gained significant relevance. Among the various alternatives and disposal methodologies, Anglo American has been developing tests on different study fronts. Using dewatering polymers to improve tailings store ...

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Recovering Iron from Iron Ore Tailings and Preparing ...

2019-4-15  Iron ore tailings (IOTs) are a form of solid waste produced during the beneficiation process of iron ore concentrate. In this paper, iron recovery from IOTs was studied at different points during a process involving pre-concentration followed by

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Comprehensive reutilization of iron in iron ore tailings ...

A large number of iron ore tailings (IOTs) are produced in steel industry, posing threat to the environment during its storage and disposal. To effectively reutilize Fe in IOTs, we propose a comprehensive utilization scheme: (1) most Fe in IOTs is extracted by concentrated hydrochloric acid to form FeCl 3 flocculants; (2) after separation from the FeCl 3 flocculants, a small amount of Fe is ...

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On the effects of iron ore tailings micro/nanoparticles in ...

Iron ore tailings (IOT) represent a major problem in the mining industry worldwide due to large volumes of waste disposed in mine sites. IOT are exposed to the environment and subjected to wind and water dispersion, even under non-catastrophic scenarios as dam collapses, and the effects of these particles to the biota are still mostly unknown.

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Managing tailings safely – Anglo American – Kumba Iron Ore

Tailings are the materials left over following the processing of mined ore that separates the valuable metals or minerals from the host rock. Tailings are not the same as waste rock, the latter being soil or rock or other material that covers or surrounds an orebody and

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Sustainable use of mine waste and tailings with suitable ...

2018-6-26  Iron ore waste and tailings . Iron is the world's most commonly used metal -steel, for which iron ore is the raw material, representing almost 95% of all metals used per year (Ramanaidou and Wells 2014). It is used. Fig. 3 A typical view of a surface mine in southern India . ...

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Mine tailings: reprocess, recover recycle – The ...

2019-9-13  According to research by mineral processing firm , the quantity of tailings generated each year by the copper industry alone amounts to 2.9 billion tonnes, and iron-ore production adds a further 1.6 billion tonnes. These are just two metals from the plethora mined globally but, using these numbers, we can start to gauge the scale of the ...

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Environmental Risks From Mine Tailings

2018-8-10  Tailings are a type of rock waste from the mining industry. When a mineral product is mined, the valuable portion is usually embedded in a rock matrix called ore.

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Mineralogical Characterisation of Iron Ore Tailings by ...

2017-8-24  iron ore tailings have been made in terms of their potential applications in the mining sector through its use as a low-grade ore and ceramic industry, partly replacement of matter material used [7,4]. The samples selected for this study are tailings iron ore processing of Mining industry located in Brazil. ...

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Slurry rheology and tailings pumping design - Pump ...

2013-7-12  An iron ore processing plant located in the Pilbara Region of Western Australia was undergoing a raise in the wall height for the storage facility to increase the long term capacity. A series of slurry rheology tests had been conducted and a relationship of slurry shear rate and shear stress values were determined.

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Iron Tailings Re-Processing Technology, A New Weapon

2020-11-19  01 01: Iron tailings re-processing technology - the magnetic separation. For some iron tailings, iron exists in the magnetite and weakly magnetic hematite and limonite. Gangue minerals are mainly non-magnetic quartz, calcite and so on.

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