2 edition of Conventional versus developing processes of phosphatic clay disposal found in the catalog.
Conventional versus developing processes of phosphatic clay disposal
Jerry T. McLendon
by United States Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||by Jerry T. McLendon, James R. Boyle, Jr., and John W. Sweeney.|
|Series||Bulletin ;, 676, Bulletin (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 676.|
|Contributions||Boyle, James Reid., Sweeney, John W., United States. Bureau of Mines., Florida Institute of Phosphate Research.|
|LC Classifications||TD899.C57 M37 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||84600110|
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Conventional versus developing processes of phosphatic clay disposal. [Washington, D.C.]: United States Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines,  (OCoLC) 2. A Technical Evaluation of Conventional Versus Developing Processes of Phosphatic Clay Disposal By Jerry T.
McLendon, 1 James R. Boyle, Jr., 2 and John W. Sweeney 3 ABSTRACT The proper disposition of phosphatic clays is a problem which has been the subject of research and debated for years by phosphate producers. Developing technology for dewatering phosphatic clays also is described, including the Bureau of Mines rotary trommel method and the Gardinier process.
FIPR Publication No. Volume 2 – A Technical Evaluation of Conventional Versus Developing Processes of Phosphatic Clay Disposal. A Novel Technique for Water Recovery and Land Reclamation Using Phosphatic.
Evaluation of Conventional Versus Developing Processes of that allows for disposal of phosphatic clay wastes. As part of research conducted in its mission to effect pollution abatement, the Bureau of Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior, is developing a dewatering technique that allows for disposal of phosphatic clay wastes, for reuse of water now lost with clays, and for reclamation of mined land.
Landscape Diversity: Multiple-Use Landscapes for Reclaimed Phosphatic Clay Areas Sand-Clay Mix in Phosphate Mine Reclamation: Characteristics and Land Use Vegetable Seed Bed Preparation on Phosphatic Clays.
Phosphatic clay sediment in the ponds have a higher level of radioactivity than sediment in natural lakes, but the water is like other lake water.
When the pond settles the soil has higher levels of. Phosphatic clay is a by-product of phosphate strip mining, particularly in Florida, USA. This waste material occupies about acres of land which could be utilized for other causes.
Thus, its use as an alternating cementing material for the addition into the mixing matrix of cement paste and concrete to yield higher strength would be profitable for both materials by: 1. Define phosphatic. phosphatic synonyms, phosphatic pronunciation, phosphatic translation, English dictionary definition of phosphatic.
A salt, ester, or anion of phosphoric acid, derived by removal or replacement of one, two, or especially all three of the hydrogens of phosphoric.
phosphatic clay slurry, phosphatic clay mixed with cover soil, and phosphatic clay mixed with spoil material. Permeability results are considered first followed by the effluent chemical analysis results. Permeability Results. The results of the permeability tests in which the phosphatic clay was placed in the form of a slurry are shown in Table 3.