Russian Mineralogical Society
XII General Meeting of the Russian Mineralogical Society
The mineral composition of titanium ore concentrates from Pizhemsky deposit (Middle Timan)

RMS-DPI code:  2015-1-52-0
Scientific session:  3. New and scarce types of mineral raw materials (including technogenic deposits)
Author listing:  Makeev A.B., Lyutoev V.P.
Principal author:  Makeev Alexander B.
Language:  Russian
Abstract - Summary 
(short description):
Makeyev A.B., Lutoev V,P, The mineral composition of concentrates titanium ores of Pizhemsky deposit (Middle Timan). Perfected flowsheet producing titanium mineral concentrates from ore Pizhemskoe deposits comprising: crushing, ottirku, desliming, gravity concentration, magnetic separation and classification. The non-magnetic fraction (class -0.50 + 0.125 mm) focuses almost the entire leucoxene. The non-magnetic fraction (-0.125 + 0.040 class mm) accumulate leucoxene, rutile and zircon. The magnetic fraction of both the productive classes get ilmenite, Fe-rutile, psevdorutil and siderite. The first is well established relationship leukoxen and magnetic titanium minerals ≈ 5: 3 in the collective concentrate. And the ratio psevdorutila to ilmenite and Fe-rutile ≈ 20: 4: 6. It was found that a large fraction of the class of magnetic sample is approximately the ratio is preserved. A small fraction of this ratio changes to increase and decrease the ilmenite Fe-rutile.
Keywords: Timan, Pizhemskoe deposit, concentrates, leucoxene, psevdorutil, ilmenite, siderite, Fe-rutile
Date of presentation:  14/10/2015
Presentation Place:  Mining University, foyer of the Assembly Hall
RMS-DPI code:  2015-1-52-0
File of proceedings 
 147 K
Status:  printed
Accepted:  03/09/2015
Contact author(s):  Makeev, Alexander B.

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