02-191-256

Pilot Plant Demonstration of Sand-Clay-Overburden Mix for Accelerated Reclamation

Julian Hazen, Met Pro Supply, Inc., Jack Schmedeman, Hassan El-Shall, University of Florida, and Glenn Gruber, Phosphate Beneficiation, LLC. April 2017.

02-189-255

The Extraction and Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Phosphate Using PX-107 and ChelokĀ® Polymers

Joseph P. Laurino and Jack Mustacato. Periodic Products, Inc. October 2015.

02-187-254

Isolation and Characterization of Rare Earth Mineral Particles in Florida Phosphate Rock by DE Rapid Scan Radiography and HRXMT

Jan D. Miller, C.L. Lin and Raquel Crossman. University of Utah. August 2015.

02-184-250

New Mobile Pre-Processing Equipment for Florida Phosphate Mining

Dr. Hagen Muller - HAVER Engineering GmbH

02-179-246

Development of Reagent Schemes for Reducing MgO Content in the Flotation Concentrate for Processing Florida’s High-Dolomite Phosphate Deposits

Patrick Zhang - Florida Industrial and Phosphate Research Institute; Shibo Zheng, Wenyi Sun, and Xiaoqing Ma - China Bluestar Lehigh Engineering Corporation; Jan Miller - University of Utah

02-178-245

Waste Clay as a Green Building Material

Stanley R. Russell and Jana Buchter - University of South Florida

02-177-244

Development and Pilot-Scale Demonstration of Deep Cone Paste Thickener for Phosphatic Clay Disposal: Phase II

Les G. Bromwell, Leon C. Seale III, and John Ellington - BCI Engineers & Scientists, Inc.

02-155-243

Removal of MgO from Phosphate Pebble by Flotation: Phase II

Hassan El-Shall and Regis Stana with Ayman El-Midany - University of Florida

02-181-242

Removal of Dolomite from Phosphate Pebble Concentrate by Enhanced Jigging

S. K. Kawatra with T. C. Eisele and J. T. Carlson - Michigan Technological University

02-172-240

Pilot-Scale Testing and Demonstration of Picobubble-Enhanced Flotation of Phosphate for Increased Recovery and Reduced Reagent Consumption

Daniel Tao with Rick Honaker and Maoming Fan - University of Kentucky; Mosaic Phosphates and Jacobs Engineering Group

02-173-236v1

Effect of Particle Characteristics on Fatty Acid Flotation of Florida Phosphate Rock. Volume I: Project Summary

Hassan El-Shall, University of Florida with J.D. Miller, University of Utah; P. Somasundaran, Somasundaran, Inc.; R. Stana, R Squared S, Lakeland, FL; G. Wang, ArrMaz Custom Chemicals. April 2010.

02-173-236v2

Effect of Particle Characteristics on Fatty Acid Flotation of Florida Phosphate Rock. Volume II: Sample Collection, Flotation Results, and Diagnostic/Remediation Protocol

Hassan El-Shall, University of Florida with J.D. Miller, University of Utah; P. Somasundaran, Somasundaran, Inc.; R. Stana, R Squared S, Lakeland, FL; G. Wang, ArrMaz Custom Chemicals. April 2010.

02-173-236v3

Effect of Particle Characteristics on Fatty Acid Flotation of Florida Phosphate Rock. Volume III: Phosphate Encapsulation/Liberation Studies

Hassan El-Shall, University of Florida; Jan D. Miller, C.L. Lin, M. I. Al-Wakeel, J. Nalaskowski, L. Hupka, and O. Ozdemir, University of Utah. April 2010.

02-173-236v4

Effect of Particle Characteristics on Fatty Acid Flotation of Florida Phosphate Rock. Volume IV: Fundamental Studies

Hassan El-Shall, University of Florida with P. Somasundaran, Somasundaran, Inc. April 2010.

02-176-234

Enhanced Removal of Dolomite Pebble Concentrate by CO2 Generation

S. K. Kawatra, T. C. Eisele, and J. T. Carlson - Michigan Technological University

02-162-229

Development and Pilot-Scale Demonstation of Deep Cone Paste Thickening Process for Phosphatic Clay Disposal

Daniel Tao, B. K. Parekh, and Rick Honaker - University of Kentucky

02-158-227

An Investigation of Flotation Reagents

Patrick Zhang, Robert E. Snow, and Michael D. Bogan - Florida Institute of Phosphate Research

02-164-223

Utilization of Phosphatic Clay Waste in Concrete

Andrew J. Boyd, Bjorn Birgisson, Charles Beatty, and Abbas Zaman - University of Florida

02-160-222

Commercial Products from Phosphatic Clays: A Pre-Feasibility Study

Hassan El-Shall - University of Florida

02-154-219

Development of Picobubble Flotation for Enhanced Revovery of Coarse Phosphate Particles

Daniel Tao, Rick Honaker, Bhupendra K. Parekh, and Maoming Fan - University of Kentucky

02-146-202

Effect of Rock Impurities as Determined from Rock Production Data

Hassan El-Shall, Regis Stana, Mohammed Qavi, and Lekkala Navajeevan - University of Florida

02-149-201

Pneumatic Transport, Triboelectric Beneficiation for the Florida Phosphate Industry

John M. Stencel and Xinkai (Kelvin) Jiang - University of Kentucky

02-151-200

Anionic Rougher-Cleaner Flotation

Glenn A. Gruber - Jacobs Engineering, Inc.

02-145-198

MgO Removal from Phosphate Pebble by Flotation

Hassan El-Shall and Regis Stana with Ayman El-Midany - University of Florida

02-150-197

Optimizing the Formulation for Dolomite Collector “PA-31” Using Raw Materials from the United States

Gao Zhizhong, Zheng Shibo, and Xu Qin - Lianyungang Design and Research Institute (CLDRI); Chaucer L. Hwang and Charles Guan - IMC Phosphates MP Inc.

02-137-188

In-Plant Testing of the Hydrofloat Separator for Coarse Phosphate Recovery

Michael J. Mankosa and Jaisen N. Kohmuench - Eriez Magnetics; Gerald Luttrell - Virginia Tech; Glenn Gruber - Jacobs Engineering; Joe Shoniker - PCS Phosphate

02-142-187

A Selective Collector for Phosphate Flotation

Jan D. Miller, Xuming Wang, and Minhua Li - University of Utah

02-101-183

A Screening Study on Phosphate Depressants for Beneficiating Florida Phosphate Minerals

Patrick Zhang, Robert Snow, Yingxue Yu, and Michael D. Bogan - Florida Institute of Phosphate Research

02-131-181

Rapid Clay Dewatering: Phase II Field-Scale Tests

W. David Carrier, III, Argila Enterprises. September 2001.

02-096-179

Recovery of Phosphate from Florida Phosphatic Clays

Patrick Zhang, Robert Snow, Yingxue Yu, and Michael Bogan - Florida Institute of Phosphate Research

02-133-178

A Pilot-Scale Demonstration of the IMC/CLDRI/FIPR Flotation Process for Florida High-MgO Pebble

Glenn A. Gruber, Shibo Zheng, & Chaucer Hwang - Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., Lianyungang Design and Research Institute as subcontractors of IMC Phosphates Company

02-138-177

New Technology for Clay Removal

Glenn A. Gruber, Kerby Glass, and Mike Kelahan - Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

02-111-175

Bubble Generation, Design Modeling and Optimization of Novel Flotation Columns for Phosphate Beneficiation. Volume 1

H. El-Shall, S. Svoronos, and N. A. Abdel-Khalek - University of Florida; Glenn A. Gruber - Jacobs Engineering; B. Scheiner, D. Stanley, and C. Karr - BCD Technologies, University of Alabama

02-111-175

Bubble Generation, Design Modeling and Optimization of Novel Flotation Columns for Phosphate Beneficiation. Volume 2

Glenn A. Gruber - Jacobs Engineering; H. El-Shall, S. Svoronos, and N. A. Abdel-Khalek - University of Florida

02-104-172

Fate and Consequences to the Environment of Reagents Associated with Rock Phosphate Processing

Shailesh K. Patel and Allen E. Schreiber - BCI Engineers & Scientists, Inc.

02-129-167

Development of New Technology for Beneficiation of Florida Dolomitic Phosphate Resources

Gu Zhengxing - Lianyungang Design and Research Institute; Gao Zhizhong and Chaucer L. Hwang - IMC-Agrico Company

02-123-165

Optimizing, Adaptive Process Control for Phosphate Flotation

Charles L. Karr and Bernard J. Scheiner - BCD Technologies

02-112-161

Pilot-Scale Evaluation of Two New Flowsheets for Florida Siliceous Phosphates

Boris N. Slutskiy - Colorado Minerals Research Institute (CMRI)

02-114-158

Phosphate Deposits Bibliography

Patrick Zhang, Gary R. Albarelli, and Karen J. Stewart - Florida Institute of Phosphate Research

02-114-157

Phosphate Beneficiation Bibliography

Patrick Zhang, Gary R. Albarelli, and Karen J. Stewart - Florida Institute of Phosphate Research

02-098-156

Air-Sparged Hydrocyclone Flotation Technology for Efficient Recovery of Florida Phosphate Minerals

Jan D. Miller, Xuming Wang, and Yongquang Lu - University of Utah

02-113-150

Improved Phosphate Flotation with Nonionic Polymers

Jan D. Miller, Ning Liu, and Yongqiang Lu - Department of Metallurgical Engineering, University of Utah

02-110-149

Evaluation of a Novel Contact Cell for Fine Phosphate Recovery

Mku T. Ityokumbul - The Pennsylvania State University

02-103-132

Modeling of the Phosphate Beneficiation Process as a Forerunner to Adaptive Control

Bernard J. Scheiner - BCD Technologies; Charles L. Karr and Donald A. Stanley - University of Alabama

02-106-131

Bacteria as Flotation Reagents for the Flotation of a Dolomitic Phosphate Rock

Ross W. Smith et al. - University of Nevada Reno

02-090-121

Understanding the Basics of Anionic Conditioning in Phosphate Flotation

Glenn A. Gruber et al. - Jacobs Engineering Group

02-097-114

Phosphatic Clay Bibliography

Patrick Zhang and Gary R. Albarelli - Florida Institute of Phosphate Research

02-094-108

Evaluation of Dolomite Separation Techniques

Hassan El-Shall - Global Marketing and Consulting

02-082-105

Characterization of Future Florida Phosphate Resources

Hassan El-Shall and Michael Bogan - Florida Institute of Phosphate Research

02-084-104v1

Consolidation Characteristics Determination for Phosphatic Clays. Volume 1: Seepage Induced Consolidation Test Equipment Description and Users Manual

Dobroslav Znidarcic, A. Naser Abu-Hejleh, Terry Fairbanks, and Amy Robertson. University of Colorado. April 1994.

02-084-104v2

Consolidation Characteristics Determination for Phosphatic Clays. Volume 2: User Manual for Computer Program SICTA

A. Naser Abu-Hejleh and Dobroslav Znidarcic. University of Colorado. April 1994.

02-084-104v3

Consolidation Characteristics Determination for Phosphatic Clays. Volume 3: Results of Seepage – Induced Consolidation Tests of Phosphatic Clays

A. Naser Abu-Hejleh, Dobroslav Znidarcic, and Amy Robertson, University of Colorado. April 1994.

02-088-102

Stabilization of Phosphatic Clay Using Lime Columns

Fransiscus S. Hardianto and Wayne A. Ericson - Bromwell & Carrier, Inc.

02-067-099

Enhanced Recovery of Coarse Particles During Phosphate Flotation

Brij M. Moudgil - University of Florida

02-066-089

Selective Flotation of Dolomitic Limestone Impurities from Florida Phosphates

John Hanna and Ibezim Anazia - University of Alabama

02-063-071

Anionic Flotation of Florida Phosphate

Zellars-Williams Co.

02-038-067

Field Evaluation of Sand-Clay Reclamation – Phase II

John E. Garlanger and James W. Babcock - Ardaman & Associates, Inc.

02-023-066

Separation of Dolomite from the South Florida Phosphate Rock. Volume 3

Dr. Brij M. Moudgil - University of Florida

02-056-065

Stabilization of Phosphatic Clay With Lime Columns

Larry D. Madrid and W. David Carrier, III - Bromwell & Carrier, Inc.

02-023-051

Separation of Dolomite from the South Florida Phosphate Rock. Volume 2

Brij M. Moudgil, University of Florida. February 1987.

02-023-050

Separation of Dolomite from the South Florida Phosphate Rock. Volume 1

Brij M. Moudgil, University of Florida. February 1987.

02-026-047

Evaluation of Phosphatic Clay and Other Wastes for Construction Products: I. Tile

New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred University. December 1986.

02-003-020

Physico-Chemical Properties of Florida Phosphatic Clays

Leslie G. Bromwell, Bromwell Engineering, Inc. June 1982.

02-000-016

Phosphatic Clay Bibliography, 1973-1981

Patricia W. Boody and Henry L. Barwood, Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. April 1982.

02-020-012

Phosphatic Clay Workshop

Steven W. Clark, editor, Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. April 1982.

02-006-009

Waste Clay Disposal in Mine Cuts

W. David Carrier, Bromwell Engineering, Inc. October 1982.