Metallurgical Engineering
University of Utah
Mineral Processing II MET E 5680/6680
Fall 2014, Assignment #2
(Due: 10/8/2014 in class)
1. A well-mixed tank contains 100 lb of water into which 150 lb/hr of water and 30 lb/hr of
flocculant are added. If the

MET E 5680 / 6680
Mineral Processing II
Assignment # 1
Fall 2014
1.
2. Using the table, this means: Rf = 5%, Rc = 3%, Rt = 8% (approximately, you
decide, as long as it falls within the range given in the table).
c
t
VR
Rf f
f
Then
100
R cc
100
Rtt

Metallurgical Engineering
University of Utah
Mineral Processing II MET E 5680/6680
Fall 2014, Assignment #3 Solutions
1. Define a term surface tension and explain the origin of this force.
Surface tension is line force acting along the interface of two di

Assignment # 5
Met E 5680 / 6680
Mineral Processing II
1. Calculate the magnetic susceptibility , and the magnetic induction (B) value of the material
whose magnetic dipole moment (m) is 35 10 4 (A/m) under an applied magnetic field of 2
(A/m). Identify t

Metallurgical Engineering
University of Utah
Mineral Processing II MET E 5680/6680
Fall 2014, Assignment #3 Solutions
1. (a) 2 nodes 6 streams
(b) 2 internal streams
(c) Issues with mass balance in spiral 2
(d)
Stream
Unbalanced
Rate(tph)
Ash(%)
Balanced

Metallurgical Engineering
University of Utah
Mineral Processing II MET E 5680/6680
Fall 2014, Assignment #1
(Due: 09/24/2014 in class)
1. Give definitions of grade and recovery and explain their relationship using a typical
grade-recovery curve. How are g

Metallurgical Engineering
University of Utah
Mineral Processing II MET E 5680/6680
Fall 2014, Assignment #5
(Due: 12/01/2014 in class)
1. Calculate the magnetic susceptibility , and the magnetic induction (B) value of the material
4
whose magnetic dipole

Metallurgical Engineering
University of Utah
Mineral Processing II MET E 5680/6680
Fall 2014, Assignment #3
(Due: 11/3/2014 in class)
1. Define a term surface tension and explain the origin of this force.
2. The pressure inside a soap bubble and inside a

Metallurgical Engineering
University of Utah
Mineral Processing II MET E 5680/6680
Fall 2014, Assignment #4
(Due: 11/24/2014 in class)
1. Data from a spiral test circuit is provided in the figure shown below. Please balance the
circuit data using Techbal