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Water requirements of the copper industry

Orville D. Mussey

Water requirements of the copper industry

by Orville D. Mussey

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Copper industry and trade.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Orville D. Mussey.
    SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper -- 1330-E, Water requirements of selected industries
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, p. 181-219 :
    Number of Pages219
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22970579M

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Water requirements of the copper industry by Orville D. Mussey Download PDF EPUB FB2

WATER REQUIREMENTS OF SELECTED INDUSTRIES WATER REQUIREMENTS OF THE COPPER INDUSTRY By OBVILLB D. MUSSEY ABSTRACT The copper industry in used about million gallons of water per day in the mining and manufacturing of primary copper. This amount is about Cited by: 3.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mussey, Orville D. Water requirements of the copper industry (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication.

The copper industry in used about million gallons of water per day in the mining and manufacturing of primary copper. This amount is about percent of the total estimated withdrawals of industrial water in the United States in These facts were determined by a survey, inof Water requirements of the copper industry book amount and chemical quality of the water used by the copper industry.

(E) Water requirements of the copper industry, by O. Mussey. (F) Water requirements of the styrene, butadiene, and synthetic-rubber indus­ tries, by C.

Durf or. (G) Water requirements of the petroleum refining industry, by L. Otts, Jr. (H) Water requirements of the iron and steel industry, by F. Walling and L. Otts, Jr. OCited by: 6. Standard Test Methods for Copper in Water: D - Standard Test Methods for Zinc in Water: D - 14 Standard Guide for Ion-Chromatographic Analysis of Anions in Grab Samples of Ultrapure Water (UPW) in the Semiconductor Industry: D - 19 Standard Practice for Competency Requirements of Reference Material Producers for Water.

Fly ash, iron slags, hydrous titanium oxide, and waste iron are industrial by-products, which can be chemically modified to improve their removal ability for copper ions from industrial slag was successfully utilized to remove Cu(II) ions at a pH range of –, while Luo et al.

studied the performance of fly ash, from the coal-burning, for the removal of Cu(II) from. Documents pertain to Aquatic Life Ambient Water Quality criteria for Copper ( Freshwater, Estuarine/marine). These documents contain the safe levels of Copper in water that should protect to the majority of species.

production of million pounds of copper. This gives gallons of water/pound of copper, which is at the low end. The decrease in water usage by mines is better illustrated by exploring the data from specific mines.

The Morenci Mine was the second largest open-pit copper mine in North America inand one of the largest in the world.

uses were wrought from copper by early civilizations. The craftsmen who built the great pyramid for the Egyptian Pharaoh Cheops fashioned copper pipe to convey water to the royal bath. A remnant of this pipe was unearthed some years ago still in usable condition, a testimonial to copper’s durability and resistance to corrosion.

Copper is usually found in nature in association with sulfur. Pure copper metal is generally produced from a multistage process, beginning with the mining and concentrating of low-grade ores containing copper sulfide minerals, and followed by smelting and electrolytic refining to produce a pure copper.

Official Site of Copper Development Association, Inc. (USA). CHAPTER 5 WATER DEMAND REQUIREMENTS A fundamental consideration for the sizing of any water system, or its component parts, is an estimate of the amount of water expected to be used by the customers on the system.

This chapter is intended to provide basic, conservative, water demand design criteria which may be. irrigation water by the user is a necessary activity in our existence as a society. Competition for a limited water supply for other uses by the public require the irrigation water user to provide much closer control than ever before.

The importance of irrigated crops is extremely vital to the public's subsistence. Energy Use in the Copper Industry All aspects of copper production require energy, whether i n the form of electricity, explosives, or hydrocarbon fuels (diesel, gasoline, natural gas, fuel oil, coal, coke), or as the energy equivalent of materials consumed (e.

g., chemicals and steel grinding media). Inthe primary copper in. 28 Water is one of the major commodities used by the pharmaceutical industry. It may be present as an 29 excipient or used for reconstitution of products, during synthesis, during production of the finished 95 quality requirements for higher grades of water.

It is the prescribed source feed water for the 96 production of pharmacopoeial. Copper is a base metal like nickel, zinc, aluminum, lead, etc., and is indispensable for many industries.

Total global copper production from mines amounted to. Copper tubes, manufactured to meet the requirements of ASare incised at m intervals along the tube with the manufacturer’s trademark, the Australian Standard number, nominal size.

The International Code Council (ICC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process.

The International Codes (I-Codes) are the widely accepted, comprehensive set of model codes used in the US and abroad to help ensure the engineering of safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures.

We safeguard environmental quality, consistent with the social and economic needs of the State, so as to protect health, welfare, property and the quality of life. before Britain’s metal industry was reestablished.4 In the interim, Germany became the center of the European copper industry, bringing a num-ber of improvements in copper mining, metal-lurgy, and fabricating.5 4Sir Ronald L.

Prain,Copper: The Anatomy of an Industry(Lon-don: Mining journal Books. Intake of low concentrations of copper in the diet can result in deficiency, and high concentrations can result in toxicity. In the general population, there is a range of acceptable intakes that will meet copper requirements and pose no risk of toxicity (Figure ).

Generally, copper intake through diet appears to fall within this range for the average, normal, healthy individual.Water System Review and Permitting Process Checklist [Revised October ] Minimum Standards for Public Water Systems [Revised May ] Business Plan for Public Water Systems (Appendix A) [Revised Jan ] Operation and Maintenance Plan for Public Water Systems (Appendix B) [Revised May ] GA Water System Audit and Water Loss Control Manual.Water is an essential nutrient.

Many factors influence water intake, including environmental temperature, relative humidity, salt and protein levels of the diet, birds’ productivity (rate of growth or egg production), and the individual bird’s ability to resorb water in the kidney.

As a result, precise water requirements .