Author(s): R V Vinayak Kumar, M. R. Patil, B. P. Ravi

Email(s): vinayak.rvminpro@gmail.com

DOI: 10.5958/2349-2988.2018.00041.4   

Address: R V Vinayak Kumar, M. R. Patil, B. P. Ravi
Dept. of Mineral Processing, VSKU PG Centre, Nandihalli 583119.
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Published In:   Volume - 10,      Issue - 4,     Year - 2018


ABSTRACT:
A low grade ferruginous Mn ore assaying 21.77%Mn and 28.53%Fe mines of Sandur region was subjected to amenability to beneficiation process comprising of -wet screening over 10,6,3,1mm-split jigging of screen over sizes in a mineral jig,-crushing of jig tails to -1mm–magnetizing reduction roasting of crushed jig tails and natural minus 1 mm powder 600oC for 0.5 hour with 10% coal reductant followed by water quenching and wet low intensity magnetic separation to remove ferruginous impurities yielded a composite concentrate assaying 32.36% Mn, 21.53% Fe,1.5 Mn/Fe ratio with 68.7% Mn distribution at 46.2 wt.% yield meets the specifications of metallurgical industry after suitably agglomerating the concentrate. The sample is amenable to processing


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R V Vinayak Kumar, M. R. Patil, B. P. Ravi. Amenability to beneficiation of a low grade Manganese ore fines from Sandur Region, Karnataka, India. Research J. Science and Tech. 2018; 10(4):291-294. doi: 10.5958/2349-2988.2018.00041.4


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