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Ms Larissa Koroznikova

Lecturer, Geosciences

School of Engineering, IT and Phys. Sci.

Section/Portfolio:

Metallurgy

Location:

Mt Helen Campus, Online

A case study of grinding coarse 5 mm particles into sand grade particles less than 2.36 mm

This paper presents the viability study of utilising a rod or ball mill to grind a ‘5 mm grit’ to...

Application of Thermal Fragmentation in Australian Hard Rock Underground Narrow-Vein Mining

This paper presents the results from the investigation of the application of thermal...

Thermal Fragmentation as a Possible, Viable, Alternative Mining Method in Narrow Vein Mining?

In currently used mining methods, blasting techniques often causes dilution of valuable ore and...

Mechano-chemical oxidation of arsenopyrite

This paper presents the results from the investigation of arsenopyrite oxidation via...

Characterisation of low-grade hematite ore ultra-fine size fraction particles by heavy suspension

  • Conference Proceedings

Concentration of Metals in Selected ANZ Beers using ICP Spectroscopy.

Beers may be exposed to various sources of contamination by metals through the ingredients that...

  • Conference Proceedings

Application of the Heavy Suspension Technique for Ore Beneficiation Plant Feed Characterisation from the Southern Middleback Ranges

  • Conference Proceedings

The use of low-toxic heavy suspensions in mineral sands evaluation and zircon fractionation

This paper outlines a simple methodology for mineral characterization, developed as part of the...

  • Journals

The use of low-toxic heavy suspensions in mineral sands evaluation and zircon fractionation

  • Conference Proceedings

The development of heavy suspension techniques for high density sink-float separations (replacement of Clerici's solution)

  • Conference Proceedings