This course offers in-depth exploration of the processing of coal. It provides a solid background in terms of coal properties in relation to its utilization and physical cleaning. More specifically, coal processing unit operations such as crushing, screening, classification, gravity separation, flotation and handling of final product are addressed.
Coal processing is discussed in view of coal's physical and chemical characteristics. The emphasis is on addressing common problems in the processing of typical coals. Unit operations of cleaning coals by physical processes, coal analysis, characterization of coal, coal preparation flow sheets and handleability of final product are discussed in a great detail.
The course is designed for coal mining industry professionals, such as: plant managers, researchers, mine technical employees, geologists, mining and coal processing professionals, and students – specifically people interested in gaining a comprehensive understanding of coal preparation.
This course consists of six learning sessions in video format, each consisting of approximately 1.5 hours of learning content, plus interactive reviews that confirm your achievement of learning objectives. The duration of the course is approximately nine hours.