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On the Production of Iron Ore Superconcentrates by High-intensity Wet Magnetic Separation.
Bartnik-JA; Zabel-WH; Hopstock-DM
Internat J Miner Processing 1975 Jun; 2(2):117-126
Direct reduction of iron ore to produce electric furnace feed for steelmaking is becoming economically important on a worldwide scale. For this application an iron ore superconcentrate containing less than 2 pct silica is demanded. Pilot plant and commercial operations have shown that high-intensity wet magnetic separation is well adapted to meet this specification with high recovery and attractive capital and operating costs.
Issue of Publication
Internat. J. Miner. Processing, V. 2, No. 2, June 1975, PP. 117-126
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