floatability


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floatability

[‚flōd·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(mining engineering)
Response of a specific mineral to the flotation process.
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It is clear from the curve that the coal has poor floatability.
The single mineral floatability of magnesite, dolomite, serpentine, and quartz with surfactant DDA acetic solution and the influence of pH on their flotation were investigated first.
The boat builder was awarded CE certification by Germanischer Lloyd - EU Certification for Recreational Crafts for its materials and vessels for complying with essential safety requirements relating to 'Stability and Freeboard' and 'Buoyancy and Floatability.
At usage of this approximation in the equations of the pulse preservation (1) the difference of the density from some constant value q s , is considered only in the member describing floatability, in the inertial members the real density is replaced withthe valuekind q s , and the equation (4) is reduced to the.
Honaker & Mohanty (1996) showed that pH has a great significant influence on the floatability of the individual macerals.
As for the GDLS proposal, a Youtube posted movie shows what looks like a modified-body Piranha 3C with 12-inch wheels and an increased height to ensure sufficient floatability, but no official information are available.
EFD has completed test work (lab work followed by an on-site pilot campaign) to investigate the floatability of coarse alluvial gold from a dredging application in Central America.
5% sulfur, which as indicated previously well below the sulfur was recovered by flotation as a result of either poor liberation or pyrite floatability and not due to hydraulic entrainment in the froth water.
Better floatability and selectivity were attained at pH around 3 as revealed in