dewatering florida phosphate pebble rock slime cdc.gov. 2018328&ensp·&enspfreezing to dewater typical florida phosphate rock slime as demonstrated in laboratory tests appeared to have potential commercial use because of indied moderate energy requirements good compaction of dewatered solids and effective recovery of
esmaeily ali (2002) dewatering metal removal pathogen elimination and organic matter reduction in biosolids using electrokinetic phenomena. masters thesis concordia university.
phosphate clay suspensions are a by-product of strip mining rendering large land areas unusable for development. electrokinetic dewatering offers the opportunity to reclaim these areas. dr. moghaddam was awarded a $1.6m grant from the the advanced research projects agency-energy (arpa-e) to develop a membrane based absorption cooling system.
a typical florida phosphate mining operation produces more than 100000 gallons/min of phosphatic clay. the suspensions are pumped into large impoundments called clay settling areas (csa) in which separation is achieved by hindered settling and self-consolidation. previous research to develop batch electrokinetic dewatering processes
study assessed the performance of an enhanced electrokinetic technology which permits the simultaneous dewatering heavy metal removal and inactivation of the swine helminth ascaris suum from wastewater sludge in one operational unit for the production of exceptional quality biosolids.
rapid soil stabilization and strengthening using electrokinetic techniques sean w. morefield michael k. mcinerney vincent f. hock and orange s. marshall jr. metal ions strengthening. during early work on dewatering soil it the movement of zinc metal sodium phosphate glass beads current produces a net fluid flow toward the cathode
dewatering phosphate clay. at this degree of consolidation the volume of clay waste mixed with sand from the phosphate beneficiation sequence would fit back into the mine cut thus eliminating the need for aboveground storage. recently the bureau of mines has developed a dewatering technique for …
1 semicontinuous electrokinetic dewatering of clay suspensions by rui kong a thesis presented to the graduate school of the university of florida in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of master of scien ce university of florida 2011 1983  j.q. shang k.y. lo electrokinetic dewatering of a phosphate …
apr 04 2015· laboratory device to characterize electrokinetic geocomposites for fluid fine tailings dewatering. sébastien bourgès-gastaud a b guillaume stoltz b patricia dolez c éric blond c nathalie touze-foltz b. a afitex 13-15 rue blériot 28300 champhol france. b irstea hban inege 1 rue pierre-gilles de gennes 92761 antony cedex france.
publications refereed journal publications. k. and shang j.q. (2013). electrical vertical drains in geotechnical engineering application. special issue of geotechnical engineering journal southeast asian geotechnical society 2013 in press.
abstract. a mathematical model is presented for the electrokinetic dewatering of suspensions of phosphatic clays. the modeling approach couples a boundary-element model for solution of laplace’s equation to a recently developed constitutive equation that relates the change in solids content with applied electric field and time.
the florida institute of phosphate research (fipr) has supported bench- and pilot-scale studies to determine the technical and economic feasibility of a variety of processes to speed the dewatering of clays associated with phosphate mining.
settling of supernatant from semicontinuous electrokinetic processing of phosphatic clay suspensions by pei-han chiu august 2012 chair: mark e. orazem major: chemical engineering dilute suspensions of phosphatic clay a waste product of the phosphate ore beneficiation have been deposited in clay settling areas (csa) in central …
electrokinetic dewatering of a phosphate clay suspension from florida was investigated in an electrokinetic cell and in a model tank the results demonstrated that the sedimentation velocity was controlled by the applied current density. phosphate rock dewatering - defensecurityeu.
cite as: shang jq & xu y 2019 'electrokinetic dewatering of mine tailings from hydrometallurgical processes' in ajc paterson ab fourie & d reid (eds) proceedings of the 22nd international conference on paste thickened and filtered tailings australian centre for geomechanics perth pp. 275-283.
semicontinuous electrokinetic dewatering of clay suspensions by rui kong august 2011 chair: mark e. orazem major: chemical engineering the processing and storage of the phosphatic clay suspensions which result as a waste product from phosphate mining is a longstanding problem. a very long time is
the effect of electrokinetic on pore water of the marine clay daniel tjandra lecturer civil engineering department petra christian university paravita sri wulandari lecturer civil engineering department petra christian university abstract high water content on the marine clay will loose the bond of soil particles and its bearing capacity will be decreased.
the use of an applied electric field for dewatering was explored in the late 1990s. electrokinetic separation was found to be promising but the technology was not considered economical. under funding from mosaic a major phosphate mining company our group produced bench-top results similar to those reported in the literature.
electrokinetic cementation of calcareous sand for offshore foundations. proceedings of the 17 th international offshore and polar engineering conference lisbon july 1 - 7 2007 vol. 2 1262 – 1269.