Flotation Of Particles Greater Than 355 ìm In A MicrocelTM at BHP Australia Coal Limited Saraji Mine

Clifford, Brian (2001). Flotation Of Particles Greater Than 355 ìm In A MicrocelTM at BHP Australia Coal Limited Saraji Mine Honours Thesis, School of Engineering, The University of Queensland.

       
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Author Clifford, Brian
Thesis Title Flotation Of Particles Greater Than 355 ìm In A MicrocelTM at BHP Australia Coal Limited Saraji Mine
School, Centre or Institute School of Engineering
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 2001-01-01
Thesis type Honours Thesis
Supervisor Not known
Total pages 26
Language eng
Subjects 0904 Chemical Engineering
Formatted abstract
Saraji Mine, owned by CQCA and managed by BHP Australia Coal Pty Ltd. has been operating in the Bowen Basin since August 1974. It has an open cut operation, utilising its 500 employees, 5 drag lines and truck and shovel fleet to remove 75 million cubic meters of overburden to produce 5.5 million tonnes of product coal. The coal is mined from 5 different seams, including the main Dysart seam. The product coal produced is a high grade coking coal used in the production and refining of steel. Coking coal produced at Saraji is exported to steel mills in Britain, China, Japan, Spain, Romania, Italy, France, Sweden and Mexico
Keyword Flotation Of Particles

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