Dewatering Florida Phosphate Pebble Rock Slime by Freezing Techniques.

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SeriesReport of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 7520
ContributionsStanczyk, M., Feld, I., Collins, E.
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Freezing to dewater typical Florida phosphate rock slime as demonstrated in laboratory tests appeared to have potential commercial use because of indicated moderate energy requirements, good compaction of dewatered solids, and effective recovery of usable water.

After freezing, thawing, decanting, and filtering, batch freezing of gallon-size percent solids slime samples yielded 42 percent so. Dewatering Florida phosphate pebble rock slime by freezing techniques / By Martin H.

Stanczyk, E. (Edwin W.) Collins, I. (Ignatz L.) Feld, University of Alabama. and United States. Bureau of Mines. Abstract "June " on work done in cooperation with the University of es bibliographical of. This estimation is based on three assumptions: 1) % recovery of phosphate in the pebble, (2) 85% recovery of Dewatering Florida Phosphate Pebble Rock Slime by Freezing Techniques.

book in the flotation feed, and (3) Florida production of 40 million/y phosphate rock at a grade of 30%.Cited by: Dewatering Florida phosphate pebble rock slime by freezing techniques: Stanczyk, Martin H.: : LibrosFormat: Pasta blanda. Dewatering Florida Phosphate Pebble Rock Slime by Freezing Techniques.

US Dep. Inter. Bur. Mines Rep. Invest. 25 pp. It is believed that these maxima are associated with the collapse of the gel structure and that this can occur well before complete exchange of divalent metal ion for sodium ion has occurred in the by: Laboratory and field experiments demonstrate that substantial dewatering occurs when the waste clay from oil sands operations is subjected to one cycle of freeze-thaw.

The enhanced permeability. Apparatus and method for the dewatering of slimes and sludges. An anode and cathode are provided with the sludge disposed between the electrodes, and with a material for providing a continuation of the boundary layer of the sludge disposed in intimate contact with at least the cathode between the cathode and the sludge, the material allowing the passage of water therethrough, and the cathode.

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Rock can bind up phosphates and release them over time. Yes some rock can be phosphate free and some not. Main concern is what it stuck to the surface and in the pores if the rock. Dried organic matter, dirt, ext. All rock should be cured to loosen and export these said things before introducing it into your tank.

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() Structure of agar gels from studies of diffusion. J.A.C.S. 52, Gruber F. () Water removal from presedimentation and filtration sludges. German Patent 1, Hadzeriga P. () Treatment of phosphate rock slimes by freezing. Based on extensive work on freeze–thaw dewatering of oil sands tailings conducted at the University of Alberta (Bales,Dawson and Sego,Dawson et al.,Proskin,Sego et al., ) it is expected that cyclic freezing and thawing and wetting and drying will cause moisture reduction and a potential strength increase with time.

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In about last year, we give a solution for slime dewatering in mining. Here is the Q&A of Slime Dewatering System. Phosphate occurs in Florida as a sedimentary rock in the form of calcium phosphate.

There are several kinds of phosphate deposits in Florida, but those known as the land pebble phosphate are the most important commercially. The land pebble phosphate deposits, also known as the Bone Valley Formation, were formed during the Miocene and Pliocene.

More than 75 percent of the U.S.A. output of marketable phosphate rock and some 30 percent of the world total is taken from the Bone Valley Formation in Florida (4). There is no substitute mineral for phosphate in agriculture and more than 85 percent of phosphate rock.

In Polk ports, 24%. Normal superphosphate, triple County, Estech began mining phosphate superphosphate, wet-process phosphoric rock that was previously buried under slime acid, and defluorinated phosphate rock ponds.

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By dewatering the ponds, about. Electro-dewatering tests of Florida phosphate rock slime. Author Stanczyk, Martin H. Published Dewatering Florida phosphate pebble rock slime by freezing techniques.

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(' A prime example of this is the phosphatic slime that is generated products. during the mining and processing of the phosphate rocks. Other examples of slow settling suspensions include red mud, acid mine drainage sludge, and coal slimes.

Large amounts of. Inthe Florida State Energy Office slimes, filtration behavior as related to was awarded a grant by the FEA to write slime composition, dewatering phosphate an energy conservation plan for Florida as slimes by static filtration and gel methods, required by the Encrgy Policy and Conser- and scanning electron microscope studies vation Act.

the value of the State's mineral output. The the 89th consecutive year, supplied more State ranked first in the production of than any other State. Florida and North phosphate rock; second in crushed stone, Carolina supplied % of the domestic fuller's earth, and peat; and third in mason- phosphate rock output, and Florida supry cement.

16 Sonoma County Refuse Test Cells 20 SEWAGE SLUDGE DISPOSAL 32 Nature of Sewage Sludge 32 Pre-Disposal Treatment and Handling 37 Sewage Sludge Dewatering 37 Sewage Sludge Handling 40 Disposal Techniques 42 Case Study - The Prairie Plan Phosphate Rock.-Florida ranked first in kilowatt hours in without a correthe Nation in the production of phosphate sponding rise in costs.

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You can purchase The Slime Book on Amazon, Book Depository, or at your local bookstore. (3) Phosphatic slimes not only retain significant phosphate values, but also constitute a potential reserve of water.

In I, treatment of Florida land pebble phosphate rock produced slimes containing at least billion liters of P water. The Florida phosphate slimes can be used as binder.

PHOSPHATE ROCK MINING AND MILLING AND WASTE SOURCE DESCRIPTION The comprehensive work on the occurrence and milling of phosphate rock into phosphoric acid and phosphatic fertlizers is the book by W.

Waggaman (), titled "Phosphoric Acid, Phosphates and Phosphatic Fertilizers". In association with the phosphate rock removal,metric (, short) tons of uranium will be removed.

While the phosphate rock will be processed for useful purposes, all of the uranium except that recovered at phosphoric acid plants will be lost as a resource.Tailings are the materials left over after the process of separating the valuable fraction from the uneconomic fraction of an gs are distinct from overburden, which is the waste rock or other material that overlies an ore or mineral body and is displaced during mining without being processed.

The extraction of minerals from ore can be done two ways: placer mining, which uses water.Assuming these data are reasonably representative of the radium in Florida ground water exclusive of the central Florida land pebble phosphate district study area, the geometric mean is about one pCi/1 or about an order of magnitude higher than the national geometric mean of pCi/1, calculated from radium data presented by Scott.