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<strong>Flotation</strong> <strong>and</strong> <strong>Flocculation</strong> -From Fundamentals to Applications<strong>Flotation</strong> <strong>and</strong> <strong>Flocculation</strong> dealswith cutting-edge research inthe science <strong>and</strong> engineering oftwo of the world’s keyseparation processes.<strong>Flotation</strong> <strong>and</strong> flocculationunderpin the key materialsupply chains for technologiesthat are central to minerals,fuel cells, ceramics,telecommunications, wasteremoval/recycling processes<strong>and</strong> many other industries.This book captures <strong>and</strong>summerises the key outcomesISBN: 0-9581414-0-1Within Australia$210.00 per book (incdelivery) GST inclusiveOutside AustraliaA$230.00 per book inc<strong>International</strong> Air Freightof the <strong>International</strong> Workshopon <strong>Flotation</strong> <strong>and</strong> <strong>Flocculation</strong>held in Hawaii, July 2002. Theparticipants included some ofthe most pre-eminent expertsin this field throughoutindustry <strong>and</strong> academia. Theorganisers were Professor JohnRalston, (Chair), University ofSouth Australia, Professor JanMiller, University of Utah <strong>and</strong>Professor Jorge Rubio,Universidade Federal do RioGr<strong>and</strong>e do Sul.Over the last decade therehave been major scientificadvances in underst<strong>and</strong>ing thechemistry <strong>and</strong> physics ofbubble <strong>and</strong> particle surfaces,modelling bubble-particleencounter processes in varioushydrodynamic regimes, <strong>and</strong>predicting the interactionbehaviour of polymers withparticle surfaces. Theseadvances have taken placealongside major engineeringinvestigations of theperformance <strong>and</strong> design ofindustrial flotation/flocculationcells.This book is highly focused,with transcripts of discussionsessions aimed at identifyingexactly how practical <strong>and</strong>workable models can bedeveloped to reduce thepresent uncertainty inherent inthese vital separationprocesses.Major topics include:♦ Bridging flocculation inwastewater <strong>and</strong> fine particletreatment processes♦ Bubble-particleencounters/models in flotation♦ <strong>Flotation</strong> cells <strong>and</strong> theiroperation♦ Diagnostic processchemistry in flotation <strong>and</strong>flocculationO R D E RF O R MFax or Mail Orders:Delivery DetailsFirst Name SurnameOrganisationStreet AddressSuburb Postcode CountryPhone ( ) Fax ( )EmailPayment DetailsCheque (Australian dollars - payable to University of South Australia)Mastercard Visa Card No. _ _ _ _ /_ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _Name on Card Amount $Julie FreytagIan Wark ResearchInstituteARC Special Research Centre forParticle & Material InterfacesUniversity of SouthAustraliaMAWSON LAKESSA 5095Ph: +61 8 8302 3695Fax: +61 8 8302 3683Expiry Date _ _ / _ _ Cardholders SignatureThis book will be ready for distribution in August 2003


Professor John GregoryUniversity College, LondonComparison of Floc Propertiesusing Inorganic Coagulants <strong>and</strong>PolyelectrolytesProfessor Brian VincentUniversity of Bristol<strong>Flocculation</strong> of Microgel ParticlesDr Ray FarinatoCytec Industries, Stamford, USA<strong>Flocculation</strong> <strong>and</strong> DewateringA/Prof Simon BiggsUniversity of Newcastle, AustraliaThe Influence of Polymers onParticle StabilityProfessor S<strong>and</strong>or BaranyUniversity of Miskolc, HungaryKinetics of <strong>Flocculation</strong> by PolymersProfessor Jorge RubioUniversidade Federal do RioGr<strong>and</strong>e do Sul, BrazilUnconventional <strong>Flocculation</strong> <strong>and</strong><strong>Flotation</strong> TechniquesProfessor Hassan El ShallERC, University of Florida, USADispersion/<strong>Flocculation</strong> Issues inProcessing of Multiphase Systems:A Selective <strong>Flocculation</strong>StudyProfessor Kari HeiskanenHelsinki University of Technology,Finl<strong>and</strong>Mineral Particle-Bubble InteractionsDr Anh NguyenUniversity of Newcastle, AustraliaMovement of Particles NearBubbles using High Speed VideoMicroscopyA/Prof Daniel FornasieroIWRI, University of SouthAustralia, AustraliaThe Attachment Efficiency ofParticles to Gas Bubbles in <strong>Flotation</strong>Professor Hans JoachimSchulzeMax Planck Research Group forColloids & Interfaces, GermanyStability <strong>and</strong> Rupture of ThinAqueous Films <strong>and</strong> <strong>Flotation</strong>Professor John RalstonIWRI, University of SouthAustralia, AustraliaFrom Turbulence <strong>and</strong> Collision toAttachment <strong>and</strong> Detachment: AGeneral <strong>Flotation</strong> ModelDr Dave DeglonUniversity of Cape Town, SouthAfricaA Novel Attachment-DetachmentKinetic ModelDr Stephen GranoIWRI, University of SouthAustralia, AustraliaEffect of Particle Hydrophobicityon Particle <strong>and</strong> Water TransportAcross a <strong>Flotation</strong> FrothProfessor Roe-Hoan YoonVirginia Tech, USAHydrophobic Interactions:Surface Forces in the Quartz-Amine <strong>Flotation</strong> SystemProfessor Hans-Jurgen ButtUniversity of Mainz, GermanyForce Measurement with theColloidal Probe Technique:Boundary Slip of Water onHydrophilic Surfaces <strong>and</strong>Electrokinetic EffectsDr Jan CilliersUMIST, UKThe Failure of Thin Films betweenBubbles – from Micromanipulationto Foam StabilityProfessor Graeme JamesonUniversity of Newcastle,AustraliaThe Froth Phase in Column<strong>Flotation</strong>Dr Barun GorainTeckCominco, CanadaAn Integrated Approach toOptimisation of Large <strong>Flotation</strong>Cell OperationProfessor Nikolai RulyovNational Academy of Sciences,UkraineTurbulent Microflotation of FineDisperse <strong>Minerals</strong> (the GeneralConcept)Professor Laurindo LealUniversity of Sao Paulo, BrazilImportance of Hydrodynamics inCoarse Particle <strong>Flotation</strong>Professor Juan YianatosTechnical University of SantaMaria, ChileCurrent Status of Column<strong>Flotation</strong>Professor Heikki KiuruHelsinki University ofTechnology, Finl<strong>and</strong>Dissolved Air <strong>Flotation</strong>Mr S<strong>and</strong>y LambertAnglo Platinum, South Africa<strong>Flotation</strong> Cell Choice in Mineral<strong>Flotation</strong>Dr Marco VeraJKMRC, University ofQueensl<strong>and</strong>, AustraliaThe Upgrading Process Acrossthe Froth Phase <strong>and</strong> its Relationshipto the Recovery-Enrichment Ratio CurveProfessor Roger SmartIWRI, University of SouthAustraliaDiagnostic Surface Analysis inSulfide <strong>Flotation</strong>Professor Bill JohnsonUniversity of Queensl<strong>and</strong>,AustraliaPractical Aspects of the Effect ofElectrochemical Conditions inGrinding Mills on the <strong>Flotation</strong>ProcessDr Russell SchumannLevay & Co., University ofSouth Australia, AustraliaProcess Water ChemistryInfluences in Base Metal Sulphide<strong>Flotation</strong>Professor Jan MillerUniversity of Utah, USAThe <strong>Flotation</strong> Chemistry of Nonsulfide<strong>Minerals</strong>Professor Willis ForslingLulea University, SwedenSurface Speciation Effects in<strong>Flotation</strong> PulpsProfessor Janusz LaskowskiUniversity of British Columbia,Canada<strong>Flocculation</strong> in Mineral ProcessingCircuitsDr D R NagarajCytec Industries, Stamford,USAReagent Optimization in BaseMetal Sulfide <strong>Flotation</strong> – Pitfallsof “St<strong>and</strong>ard” PracticeProfessor Imre DekanyUniversity of Szeged, HungaryThe Hydrophobisation of Clay<strong>Minerals</strong> by Surfactants <strong>and</strong>PolymersProfessor Bob PughInstitute of Surface Chemistry,SwedenThe Hydrophobisation of Clay<strong>Minerals</strong> by Surfactants <strong>and</strong>Polymers

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