Papers by Author: Rong Gang Li

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Authors: Xiao Feng Xie, Rong Gang Li
Abstract: Air bubble size distribution in a laboratory flotation cell was investigated by using of image analysis technology in this paper. Results showed that it was feasible to determine the air bubble size according to image analysis software. For a porous media-aerated flotation cell, bubble size was dependent on poles size of porous media. Furthermore, operating parameters of the cell could affect the size. Mean bubble diameters increased with increasing of air flow rate. In contrast, it decreased when adding deinking agent. Its decreasing with increasing pulp flow rate under given conditions illustrated the fact that proper turbulence strength at the inlet of air bubbles was favorable for reducing bubble size. Gas holdup increased with increasing air flow rate to some extent, but it had a peak value. Gas holdup would rise obviously when deinking agent existed. An efficient approach to enhancing bubble surface area flux was to increase air flow rate and keep small bubble size at the same time.
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Authors: Rong Gang Li, Xiao Feng Xie
Abstract: A deinking progress selectivity concept that be expressed by deinking efficiency and pulp yield was proposed for comparing different flotation equipments or progresses. Expression of deinking selectivity was given out in the paper, which is expressed by the ratio of deinking efficiency and flotation rejection loss. Application of deinking selectivity in evaluating the deinking performance of flotation progresses was illustrated by using three typical laboratory flotation equipments.
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Authors: Rong Gang Li, Xiao Feng Xie, Chuan Shan Zhao
Abstract: The effect of flotation parameters such as flotation consistency, temperature, flotation time, air to pulp ratio, and turbulence level (velocity of pulp flow) on old book paper deinking efficiency was studied by using a high-consistency laboratory pulper and a laboratory deinking cell. The optimized flotation conditions were: flotation consistency 1.2%, 50°C, 6min, air to pulp ratio 40%, velocity of pulp flow 5.0m/s. By using the optimized flotation conditions, the deinked pulp brightness could reach 77.01%ISO, 9.69%ISO higher than that of the control, the effective residual ink concentration was 175.26 mg/kg, which less than 437.84mg/kg of the control, deinking efficiency was up to 59.97%. After washing process, pulp brightness could reach 84.27%ISO, the effective residual ink concentration was 93.71 mg/kg, deinking efficiency was up to 78.60%.
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Authors: Rong Gang Li, Xiao Feng Xie, Chuan Shan Zhao
Abstract: The effect of flotation parameters such as flotation consistency, temperature, flotation time, air to pulp ratio, velocity of pulp flow (turbulence level), and pH on old newspaper/old magazine deinking efficiency was studied by using a laboratory deinking cell developed by ourselves. The optimized flotation conditions were: flotation consistency 1.2%, 50°C, 6min, air to pulp ratio 50%, velocity of pulp flow 3.5m/s and pH 8.5. By using the optimized flotation conditions, the deinked pulp brightness could reach 59.15%ISO, 10.18%ISO higher than that of the control, the effective residual ink concentration was 234.65 mg/kg, which less heavily than 875.56 mg/kg of the control, theoretical deinking efficiency was up to 84.42%.
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Authors: Rong Gang Li, Xiao Feng Xie, Chuan Shan Zhao
Abstract: The effect of flotation parameters such as flotation consistency, temperature, flotation time, air to pulp ratio, and velocity of pulp flow (turbulence level) on OMG/MOW deinking efficiency was studied by using a high-consistency laboratory pulper and a laboratory deinking cell. The optimized flotation conditions were: flotation consistency 1.1%, 40°C, 8min, air to pulp ratio 40%, velocity of pulp flow 3.5m/s and pH 9.0. By using the optimized flotation conditions, the deinked pulp brightness could reach 70.56%ISO, 11.78%ISO higher than that of the control, the effective residual ink concentration was 108.46 mg/kg, which less than 378.14mg/kg of the control, theoretic deinking efficiency was up to 88.41%.
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