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  • Magnetic Sedimentation Velocities and Equilibria in

    Magnetic Sedimentation Velocities and Equilibria in

    sedimentation and diffusion is approached, and by then much of the magnetic material has settled toward the magnet. Dilute ferrofluids have applications in the separation of materials via magnetic levitation in magnetohydrostatic separators, for instance, in the separation of diamonds,8 minerals,9 waste metals,10 and plant seeds.11 Moreover

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  • Magnetic separation of water suspensions containing

    Magnetic separation of water suspensions containing

    Aug 15, 2021 The dynamics of magnetic separation of TiO 2 nanoparticles (25 nm) from water by adding composite magnetic Fe-C-COOH nanoparticles (15 nm) and subsequent magnetic sedimentation or magnetic filtration has been studied. Magnetic sedimentation was carried out in a gradient magnetic field (H max = 0.3 T, (gradH) max = 0.13 T / m), and magnetic filtration (H max =

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  • (PDF) Sedimentation of Fe3O4 nanosized magnetic particles

    (PDF) Sedimentation of Fe3O4 nanosized magnetic particles

    The dynamics of magnetic separation of TiO2 nanoparticles (25 nm) from water by adding composite magnetic Fe-C-COOH nanoparticles (15 nm) and subsequent magnetic sedimentation or magnetic

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  • Effects of an external magnetic field on the sedimentation

    Effects of an external magnetic field on the sedimentation

    By applying an external magnetic field (800–3000 G, 0.08–0.30 T) using permanent magnets to the aeration vessel of an activated sludge culture, the sedimentation of activated sludge was enhanced and chemical oxygen demand (COD) removal was also improved in an indoor continuous culture system. Adding a small amount of iron(III) chloride (FeCl3, less than 0.1%, w/v) stimulated these

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  • Methods of Separation | Separation Techniques

    Methods of Separation | Separation Techniques

    Magnetic separation ... Sedimentation is a separation technique in which heavier impurities present in water settle down at the bottom after some time if you keep the mixture still at one place. The heavier constituent which get settled at the bottom is known as sediment and the water above it

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  • Flocculation and magnetically-assisted sedimentation of

    Flocculation and magnetically-assisted sedimentation of

    Aug 04, 2020 In this study, the flocculation and the subsequent decantation step of mixed suspensions of 10 nm-sized γ-Fe2O3 magnetic nanoparticles and 500 nm-sized beidellite clay platelets was investigated. This work may find application in the field of water treatment, specifically the flocculation processes with magnetically assisted sedimentation

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  • A review of principles and applications of magnetic

    A review of principles and applications of magnetic

    Jan 01, 2017 Magnetic separation has been used in industries to concentrate or remove magnetic minerals/particles for many years. The separation of ultrafine magnetic particles is significantly influenced by aggregation between particles due to various external and interparticle forces, such as gravity, magnetic attraction, van der Waals, electrical double-layer, hydrodynamic, and Brownian

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  • (PDF) Solid/liquid separation by sedimentation

    (PDF) Solid/liquid separation by sedimentation

    Solid / liquid separation by sedimentation. R G Holdich and G Butt. Department of Chemical Engineering, Loughborough University of Technology, Loughborough, Leicestershire. Abstract:

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  • Comparison of novel magnetic polyaluminum chlorides

    Comparison of novel magnetic polyaluminum chlorides

    Jul 12, 2017 In sum, with respect to high magnetic separation efficiency, sound DOC removal, and low magnetic powder demand, the magnetic PACl with 50 mg/L Fe 3 O 4 was considered as the preferable coagulant and the related coagulation-magnetic sedimentation process was more robust than the traditionally magnetic coagulation

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  • Feasibility of turbidity removal by high-gradient

    Feasibility of turbidity removal by high-gradient

    Several studies have focused on pollutant removal by magnetic seeding and high-gradient superconducting magnetic separation (HGSMS). However, few works reported the application of HGSMS for treating non-magnetic pollutants by an industrial large-scale system. The feasibility of turbidity removal by

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  • Magnetic Sedimentation in Aqueous Ferrofluids: for

    Magnetic Sedimentation in Aqueous Ferrofluids: for

    Abstract. Magnetic Density Separation (MDS) is a recycling technology that can separate several different materials in a single processing step. This requires a dilute ferrofluid that ideally should remain homogeneous in external magnetic fi eld. In practice, magnetic sedimentation and the resulting loss in homogeneity of dilute ferrofluids are

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  • Separation of Fe3O4 Nanoparticles from Water by

    Separation of Fe3O4 Nanoparticles from Water by

    Sedimentation dynamics of magnetite (γ-Fe3O4) nanopowders (10 - 20 nm) in water in the presence of a gradient magnetic field was studied by optical and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) relaxometry methods. The magnetic field B ≤ 0.3 T, dB/dz ≤ 0.13 T/cm was produced by the system of permanent strip magnets. The initial sedimentation rate of the nanoparticles in water and under magnetic

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  • separation of • Purposes of Separation of Substances

    separation of • Purposes of Separation of Substances

    magnetic separation, sedimentation, decantation, loading, filteration,evaporation,sublimation,distillation,churning, etc. Separation of Solids from Solids: Solids are separated from solids, according to the size, weight and magnetic properties of their particles. Following are some common methods: ~ Handpicking: This is the simplest of all methods

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  • Speeding up the magnetic sedimentation of surface

    Speeding up the magnetic sedimentation of surface

    Nov 29, 2017 A significant magnetic moment of the particle core provides fast aggregation and effective separation of particles from water by filtration or by sedimentation in external gradient magnetic fields,,,,. For magnetic filtration usually high gradients of magnetic field are used, gradB 100 T/m

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  • Induced rapid magnetic sedimentation of stabilized-Fe3O4

    Induced rapid magnetic sedimentation of stabilized-Fe3O4

    Feb 01, 2019 The present work demonstrated a magnetic sedimentation technique (coupled with pre-flocculation) as a strategy to induce rapid separation of these stabilized nanoparticles. The stabilized nanoparticles used as model system here were negatively charged; while poly(diallyldimethylamonium chloride) (PDDA) and poly(sodium 4-styrenesulfonate) (PSS) were used as flocculant to induce bridging flocculation and depletion flocculation

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  • Magnetic sedimentation and aggregation of Fe3O4@SiO2

    Magnetic sedimentation and aggregation of [email protected]

    Feb 08, 2016 The rate of particle sedimentation in a magnetic field corresponds to the particle sedimentation speed in the presence of calcium chloride with a concentration of 5 mM and in the presence of Cu and Co salts with a concentration of 0.2 mM. Since the ion charges are equal, this result testifies that these ions, possess a larger polarizing effect and consequently have a larger influence

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  • Methods of Separation - Learn Various Separation

    Methods of Separation - Learn Various Separation

    Jul 25, 2018 As for the need for separation, it is usually done to remove all the unwanted materials and obtain useful components. Methods Of Separating Mixtures. Some of the common methods of separating substances or mixtures are: Handpicking; Threshing; Winnowing; Sieving; Evaporation; Distillation; Filtration or Sedimentation; Separating Funnel; Magnetic Separation

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  • Continuous-Flow Magnetic Separation with Permanent

    Continuous-Flow Magnetic Separation with Permanent

    CHAPTER 1: WATER TREATMENT AND MAGNETIC SEPARATION 4 4) in some cases, the removal of specific constituents and organic compounds present in traces (Metcalf&Eddy, 2003). The secondary sedimentation section is dedicated to the removal of the flocs of biomass that are created in the biological section. The biomass settles by gravity because it has a

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