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electromagnetic plant was built and operated at the Y-12 Plant in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, from late 1943 through the end of 1946 for uranium enrichment. The world did not lack methods for separating isotopes when it discovered the possible utility of a kilogram of uranium-235 (U-235). Known techniques, pursued simultaneously in Germany and the

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    Electromagnetic Separation of Nonmetallic Inclusion from

    A 7-turn induction coil capable of producing an alternating magnetic field with a frequency of 8.3 or 15.6 kHz was studied by Shu et al. [9] to separate the alumina inclusions from an aluminium

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  • Linear motor type, non-magnetic metal separating

    Linear motor type, non-magnetic metal separating

    When the non-magnetic metals are mixed loosely or discretely with non-metallic substances, deflection forces produced by linear motors can be effectively used to achieve separation. Often the substances to be separated are first coarsely ground or pelletized to facilitate separation

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  • Modeling of electromagnetic separation of inclusions from

    Modeling of electromagnetic separation of inclusions from

    Sep 01, 2010 Recently, the electromagnetic separation of inclusions for production of metals free from oxides and other types of non-metallic inclusions has been considered as an emerging technology . Electromagnetic separation is a physical separating process of particles based on the differences in the electrical conductivities of molten metal and

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  • Shielding Materials - K&J Magnetics

    Shielding Materials - K&J Magnetics

    The short answer is: Any ferromagnetic metal. That is, anything containing iron, nickel or cobalt. Most steels are ferromagnetic metals, and work well for a redirecting shield. Steel is commonly used because it's inexpensive and widely available. Note that some stainless steels, especially the 300 series varieties, are not ferromagnetic

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  • Chapter 7 (b) Name the metal and non-metal present in

    Chapter 7 (b) Name the metal and non-metal present in

    Electromagnetic separation Magnetic properties of the ore 8. (a) Name the methods by which concentrated ore is converted to metallic oxide (b) State three objectives achieved during the roasting of ores. Solution: (a) The methods by which concentrated ore is converted into metallic oxides are calcination and roasting

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  • More About Magnetic Separation

    More About Magnetic Separation

    More About Magnetic Separation. Last month, we wrote about how magnets are assembled for magnetic separation applications – attracting iron, steel, or other ferromagnetic bits to get contaminants out of other materials. It was a great example of some specific ways that magnets are selected and assembled for this task

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  • Application of Electromagnetic (EM) Separation Technology

    Application of Electromagnetic (EM) Separation Technology

    Application of electromagnetic (EM) force to metal processing has been considered as an emerging technology for the production of clean metals and other advanced materials

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  • Magnetic drums with extreme robustness & high ... - STEINERT

    Magnetic drums with extreme robustness & high ... - STEINERT

    Magnetic drums are used wherever the belt of an overhead suspension magnet wears too quickly or where material that is difficult to collect magnetically has to be separated after the overhead suspension magnet. In most cases the STEINERT MTE electric magnetic drum is suitable for recovering metal from shredder material

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  • How modern separation equipment is increasing metal

    How modern separation equipment is increasing metal

    Jul 26, 2018 An eddy current separator (ECS) is a great choice to separate aluminium cans or other non-ferrous metals. Recent tests conducted at an MRF showed an ECS recovery rate in excess of 99% for used beverage cans. Recovery methods also include the use of electromagnetic mechanical feeders to help spread and singulate materials to sorters

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    Shear scrap: Enhancement of steel scrap: with targeted

    Additionally, you can profit from the non-Fe metals additionally recovered. We offer you the value-creating components for cleaning steel scrap. Integrated into a modular concept of conveyor system with screen, strong electromagnetic drum in a special configuration and optional non-ferrous metal separator using eddy-current separation, STEINERT

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  • metal separation Companies and Suppliers | Environmental

    metal separation Companies and Suppliers | Environmental

    Dolphin Metal Separation. based in Harderwijk, NETHERLANDS. Dolphin Metal Separation is one of the world’s most renowned companies in the acquisition and processing of non-ferrous metals. Almost a quarter of a century of experience and innovation, certified services, attention to

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  • Magnetic

    Magnetic

    Magnetic beneficiation can be used not only for separating pure nickel-iron metal granules, but also for minerals which have weak magnetic properties. This is done at Earth mines. In space, where gravity is lower and more sensitive processes are possible, magnetic beneficiation can play a significantly greater role. The quick & dirty theory

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  • Separation technology and sorting technology innovations

    Separation technology and sorting technology innovations

    Magnetic separation can be used in different environments and markets, so are magnetic separators mainly used for recovering metal from waste or purifying secondary materials by removing metals. But magnetic separators are also used in electromagnetic cranes that separate magnetic material from scraps and unwanted substances

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  • Separating Minerals by Electromagnetic

    Separating Minerals by Electromagnetic

    Feb 05, 2018 The paramagnetic metals are iron, nickel, cobalt, manganese, chromium, cerium, titanium, palladium, platinum, and osmium. Oxygen is paramagnetic (liquid air is attracted and held by a magnet) and sulphur is diamagnetic; the oxides are therefore more likely to be magnetic than the sulphides of the same metals, and in like manner the oxides are usually more strongly magnetic than

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  • Magnetic Separation Technology For A Recycling Industry

    Magnetic Separation Technology For A Recycling Industry

    Common separated metals include: Overband / Suspension magnet or magnetic pulley are used to separate various ferromagnetic particles like iron, steel, and work hardened stainless steel (SS). Eddy Current separator is used to detach non-ferromagnetic particles like

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  • Magnetic Separator Project List - Fumine Machinery

    Magnetic Separator Project List - Fumine Machinery

    metals which not seprated by electromagnetic seprationmagnetic wet magnetic concentrated industry of iron ore flotation cells machinery to achieve specific separations

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  • Magnetic Separation - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Magnetic Separation - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    The resulting matte of Ni 3 S 2 and Cu 2 S is allowed to cool for few days, when Ni 3 S 2, Cu 2 S, and nickel/copper metal form distinct phases which can be separated mechanically. The metal is obtained from the matte electrolytically by casting it directly as an anode with a pure nickel sheet as a cathode and aqueous NiCl 2, NiSO 4 as an electrolyte. At a temperature of around 50 C and at atmospheric

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  • Magnetic filtering & separation | Goudsmit Magnetics

    Magnetic filtering & separation | Goudsmit Magnetics

    Magnetic filtering. Magnetic separators filter ferrous and weakly magnetic metals from product flows. These contaminations can remain in your end product and cause rejection, but can also damage your process machines. Examples of ferrous contamination in your production line: rivets, nails and screws of packaging, loosened bolts and nuts, wear

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