Use of hydrocyclones with a receiving bin for cleaning circulating water of mechanical impurities
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Reduction in concentration of mechanical impurities is evaluated in the circulating flow of cleaned water, some of which has been passed through a hydrocyclone.
A procedure for calculating the extent to which the solid phase is extracted into a slime-receiving bin is proposed for development of the hydrocyclone plant.
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