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ArticleName Scientific substantiation and development of innovative approaches to integrated mineral processing
DOI 10.17580/gzh.2017.11.01
ArticleAuthor Chanturia V. A.

Institute of Integrated Mineral Development – IPKON, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia:

V. A. Chanturia, Chief Researcher, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences,


The feature of the mining and metallurgy development in Russia is the increase in volume of rebellious natural raw materials and mining waste, with low content of valuable components and finely disseminated aggregates composed of minerals with similar process properties, that are to be treated. Under such conditions, the highly efficient and ecology-friendly processing technologies become of the top priority. Such technologies should be created based on the intensification of the current and new approaches to mineral extraction from rebellious ore and mining waste using the latest achievements of basic sciences and by combining dressing, chemical and metallurgical processes involving modern pyro- and hydrometallurgical technologies. IPKON Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences has developed, experimentally validated and full-scale tested the innovative energy-saving technologies for the integrated processing and deep conversion of ore and waste materials having complex material constitution; these technologies come up to the international level and sometimes exceed it, which has been many times highlighted at the international mineral processing congresses.

keywords Mineral processing, technical mineralogy, disintegration, flotation, leaching, water conditioning, environment protection

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