JKSimFloat V6: Improving flotation circuit performance and understanding

Schwarz, S., Alexander, D., Whiten, W. J., Franzidis, J. P. and Harris, M. C. (2006). JKSimFloat V6: Improving flotation circuit performance and understanding. In: G. Onal, N. Acarkan and et.al., Proceedings of the XXIII International Mineral Processing Congress. XXIII International Mineral Processing Congress, Istanbul, Turkey, (1717-1722). 3-8 September, 2006.


Author Schwarz, S.
Alexander, D.
Whiten, W. J.
Franzidis, J. P.
Harris, M. C.
Title of paper JKSimFloat V6: Improving flotation circuit performance and understanding
Conference name XXIII International Mineral Processing Congress
Conference location Istanbul, Turkey
Conference dates 3-8 September, 2006
Proceedings title Proceedings of the XXIII International Mineral Processing Congress
Place of Publication Istanbul, Turkey
Publisher Promed Advertising Agency
Publication Year 2006
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 975-7946-27-3
Editor G. Onal
N. Acarkan
et.al.
Volume 3
Start page 1717
End page 1722
Total pages 6
Collection year 2006
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Methods of analysing and optimising flotation circuits have improved significantly over the last 15 years. Mineral flotation is now generally better understood through major advances in measuring and modelling the sub-processes within the flotation system. JKSimFloat V6 is a user-friendly Windows-based software package incorporating simulation, mass balancing, and, currently under development, liberation data viewing and model fitting. This paper presents an overview of the development of the program up to its current status, and the plans established for the future. The application of the simulator, in particular, at various operations is also discussed with emphasis on the use of the program in improving flotation circuit performance.
Subjects E1
290702 Mineral Processing
640300 First Stage Treatment of Ores and Minerals
Q-Index Code E1
Additional Notes "XXIII IMPC"

 
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