The paper deals with the recent achievements resulting from the activity being carried on at the DIGITA and CSGM laboratories of the University of Cagliari, aimed at the development of suitable separation technologies based on the electrophysical properties of mineral components. After a brief review of the problems encountered in the electrostatic treatment of fine particles, the features of a new separator designed in order to overcome the drawbacks of conventional machines are described. Finally some significant results obtained in the course of the development research are given and discussed with reference to the removal of unburned carbon in the beneficiation of fly-ash from coal-fired power stations.

A New Electrostatic Separator For Fine Particles

SERCI, ANTONELLO;
2000

Abstract

The paper deals with the recent achievements resulting from the activity being carried on at the DIGITA and CSGM laboratories of the University of Cagliari, aimed at the development of suitable separation technologies based on the electrophysical properties of mineral components. After a brief review of the problems encountered in the electrostatic treatment of fine particles, the features of a new separator designed in order to overcome the drawbacks of conventional machines are described. Finally some significant results obtained in the course of the development research are given and discussed with reference to the removal of unburned carbon in the beneficiation of fly-ash from coal-fired power stations.
0-444-50283-1
Electric separation, Fine particle sizes, Fly-ash beneficiation
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