The number of operations required according to the theory of separation stages
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The theory of separation stages enables us to solve a number of practical problems—choice of the required number of operations in a selective scheme based on the nonlinearly decreasing character of the distribution of the separation parameters among the operations, and calculation of the optimum amounts of circulating products with construction of various alternative schemes, with determination of the possible beneficiation indices.
In the choice of a flotation scheme it is necessary to begin from the maximum possible degress of separation in the operations, based on laboratory data and industrial practice. Preference must be given to schemes with the most effective circulating load with minimum return products.
KeywordsControl Operation Main Operation Theoretical Scheme Separation Parameter Separation Stage
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