This paper reports the study of a High-Gradient Magnetic Separation (HGMS) process for the treatment of industrial wastewaters that considers an assisted chemical–physical pre-treatment for the removal of heavy metals through the bound by adsorption with added iron-oxide particulate matter (hematite). The considered filter, constituted by ferromagnetic stainless steel wool and permanent magnets, is studied with a new approach based on a statistical analysis that requires the study of the trajectories of the particles. Experimental activity on a laboratory device has been carried out in order to test the model.

High gradient magnetic separation of micro-pollutant from waste waters using permanent magnets

MARIANI, GIACOMO;FABBRI, MASSIMO;NEGRINI, FRANCESCO;RIBANI, PIER LUIGI
2010

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This paper reports the study of a High-Gradient Magnetic Separation (HGMS) process for the treatment of industrial wastewaters that considers an assisted chemical–physical pre-treatment for the removal of heavy metals through the bound by adsorption with added iron-oxide particulate matter (hematite). The considered filter, constituted by ferromagnetic stainless steel wool and permanent magnets, is studied with a new approach based on a statistical analysis that requires the study of the trajectories of the particles. Experimental activity on a laboratory device has been carried out in order to test the model.
G. Mariani; M. Fabbri; F. Negrini; P. L. Ribani
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