E3S Web Conf.
Volume 56, 2018VII International Scientific Conference “Problems of Complex Development of Georesources” (PCDG 2018)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Problems of Complex Processing of Mineral Raw Materials and New Technologies of Mineral Processing|
|Published online||26 September 2018|
Substantiation of field of application of combined (traditional and physicaland-chemical) geotechnologies for the development of gravel and secondary gold deposits
Mining Institute of Far eastern branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Khabarovsk, Russia
2 Transbaikal State University, Russia
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Problems of accumulation of technogenic tailings dumps and as a result of sluicing of gold sands of gravel deposits are considered in article. Additional recovery of fine and dispersed gold from a mineral mass of such technogenic formations can be carried out with use of physical and chemical geotechnologies. The factors influencing on the choice of a way of development of the gold gravel deposit are listed. The mathematical model of a gravel deposit is developed for the solution of the problem of multifactorial assessment of technological options of processing of gold sands. The scheme of the combined development of the gravel gold deposit is offered. Cuvette gold leaching experiments with the photo-electro activated solutions on various reagent basis were executed for the assessment of a developed scheme. Material for the researches was a gravity concentrate (schlich) fraction obtained by tailings gravity concentration (Kia gravel deposit, Transbaikal Territory). The first stage of gravity concentrate (schlich) processing included contacting with photoelectro activated carbonaceous solution (NaHCO3). The first leaching reagent scheme (cyanide solution concentration of 1.5 g/l prepared on the basis of photo-electro activated the peroxide - carbonaceous solution provided 66.8 % gold extraction. The second reagent scheme (active chloride-carbonaceous solution) provided 88.9 % gold extraction.
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