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Volume 168, 2020II International Conference Essays of Mining Science and Practice
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|Published online||06 May 2020|
The resource-saving technology to restore the accumulation ability of tailing ponds
Institute of Geotechnical Mechanics named by N. Poljakov of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 49005, Dnipro, Simferopolska Str., 2a, Ukraine
2 Kazakhstan National Academy of Natural Science, Z01G3M1 (010000), Nur-Sultan, Koshkarbayev Ave., 26/20, Kazakhstan
3 National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine, 49600, Dnipro, Haharina Ave., 4, Ukraine
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The accumulating capacity of tailing ponds by technology infusion of pulp preliminary clarification in the alluvium charts with its subsequent thickening and storage in the form of a highly concentrated pulp at the bottom of the pond is proposed by authors in the work. For the first time, the time dependence of filling a temporary pond on the ratio of the initial and condensed slurry concentrations for such technologies is obtained. The formula for calculating the degree of condensation is proposed. It provides the parameters selection and justification of equipment for removing water from a temporary pond as the map is filled with the accumulating capacity restoration of tailing ponds. The calculation results for the proposed dependencies allow us to establish: the necessary values of the thickening degree of the hydromixture, the possible intervals of the change in the pulp flow before and after thickening, as well as the volume of water taken from the temporary pond, depending on the concentration of the slurry entering the pond from the alluvium maps, its volumetric flow rate , geometric parameters of the technology for waste storage and the operation duration of a temporary pond.
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