By Stephen Houlgate
This vintage creation to 1 of the main influential glossy thinkers, G.W.F. Hegel (1770-1831), has now been up-to-date and elevated to make it much more accomplished.
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Ore (+) Crushers -Screens (+) Grinding I Classification (-) Separation — Concentrate Tailing FIG. 4. Line flowsheet. ( + ) indicates oversized material returned for further treatment and ( - ) undersized material, which is allowed to proceed to the next stage. , for the various areas of the plant. This type of analysis is very useful in identifying high-cost areas where improvements in performance would be most beneficial. 4 is an example of such a breakdown of costs on a 500 t d~' concentrator.
7. Flowsheet for process utilising two-stage separation. This method discards most of the coarse gangue early in the process, thus considerably reducing grinding costs, as needless comminution of liberated gangue is avoided. It is often used on minerals which can easily be separated from the free gangue, even though they are INTRODUCTION 27 themselves locked to some extent with gangue. It is the basis of the heavy medium process of pre-concentration (Chapter 11). e. to separate the minerals into two or more products with the values in the concentrates, the gangue in the tailings, and the "locked" particles in the middlings.
24. Mills, C , Process design, scale-up and plant design for gravity concentration, in Mineral Processing Plant Design (ed. A. L. Mular and R. B. Bhappu), AIMME, New York, 1978. 25. Schulz, N. , Separation efficiency, Trans. SME-AIME, 247, 81 (March 1970). 26. , Tin—paying the price, Mining Journal, 411 (Dec. 27,1985). 27. Sassos, M. , Bougainville Copper, Engng. , 184, 56 (Oct. 1983). 28. , Room for improvement at Chuquicamata, Mining Journal, 249 (Sept. 27, 1985).
An Introduction to Hegel: Freedom, Truth and History, 2 edition by Stephen Houlgate