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1.0 AIM 2.00INTRODUCTION 1 23 3.00PROCEDURE 4.00RESULTS Table 4.01 Davis Tube Wet Magnetic Separator Results Dial Position Field Strength (mT) % yield magnetics 10 300 2.13 20 550 8.08 30 825 8.64 40 1125 8.63 Figure 4.01 Davis Tube Magnetic Yield Table 4.02 Mecal Wet High Intensity Magnetic Separator Results 1 Svoboda, J. Magnetic Methods for the Treatment of Minerals 2 Wills. B.A., Mineral Processing Technology 3 Wills. B.A., Mineral Processing Technology Page 1
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Field Strength (T) % yield magnetics 0.75 18.29 1.25 23.05 1.41 25.17 Figure 4.02 Mecal Magnetic Yield 5.00DISCUSSION Davis Tube Wet Magnetic Separator 6.00CONCLUSION This experiment introduced the principles of the Davis tube wet magnetic separator and the Mecal wet high intensity magnetic separator. The Davis tube requires the feed to be introduced at a slow and steady rate to achieve an efficient separation. The results obtained in this experiment indicate that the magnetic yield will increase proportionately to the magnetic field strength of the system. A short fall of the Davis tube lies within the
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