Date of Award

Spring 5-28-1959

Degree Type

Bachelors Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering


Metallurgical Engineering

First Advisor

Professor D.W. McGlashan

Second Advisor

Mr. Ted Jordan

Third Advisor

Mr. William Chance


The evaluation of a mineral-dressing method cannot be carried out successfully without an initial understanding of the basic fundamentals and concepts governing the operation of the method. Experimentation, governed by the understanding of the basic concepts, together with intelligent conclusions based on the experimental data, complete the evaluation of the dressing method.

Electrical concentration, being the given dressing method, will be evaluated as discussed above. As they are thoroughly covered by Mora (13), the fundamental concepts will not be given a lengthy discussion.

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Metallurgy Commons