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Minerals & Metallurgical Processing Journal  


Beneficiation of high-ash, Indian non-coking coal by dry jigging

Minerals & Metallurgical Processing, 2011, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 21-23

Gouri Charan, T.R.; Chattopadhyay, U.S.; Singh, K.M.P.; Kabiraj, S.K.; Haldar, D.D.

ABSTRACT:

 Indian coals, which are of Gondwana origin, contain high amounts of mineral matter, wherein the extraneous material was intimately mixed in the coal matrix during the formation stage, causing a high level of impurity in the run-of-mine (ROM) material. These coals possess difficult to very difficult washability characteristics. Beneficiation of high-ash non-coking coals of India has become the prerequisite for improving the overall economics and efficiency of power generation. The use of dry cleaning systems in India for beneficiation of non-coking coals has gaining renewed interest recently. The benefit of the dry beneficiation process is to exploit the given resources while providing a more reliable and consistent quality fuel with a low operating cost. M/S Allmineral has introduced a technique for the dry beneficiation of coal, which is being tried in India for the treatment of high-ash non-coking coals. The first commercial air jig of 50 t/hr capacity was installed and commissioned to beneficiate high-ash coals of 40 x 5 mm feed with an ash content of 40%; a clean coal product of 33% ash was produced and is being used for a sponge iron plant.






 
 
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