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Current Trends in Mineral-Based Products and Utilization of Wastes: Recent Studies from India Prospects and Challenges of Mineral Based Products and Utilization of Wastes for the 'Make in India' Initiative, Nagpur November 10-11, 2022

Title
Current Trends in Mineral-Based Products and Utilization of Wastes: Recent Studies from India [electronic resource] : Prospects and Challenges of Mineral Based Products and Utilization of Wastes for the 'Make in India' Initiative, Nagpur November 10-11, 2022 / edited by Kirtikumar Randive, Ashok Kumar Nandi, Pradeep Kumar Jain, Sanjeevani Jawadand.
ISBN
9783031502620
Edition
1st ed. 2024.
Publication
Cham : Springer Nature Switzerland : Imprint: Springer, 2024.
Physical Description
1 online resource (XI, 315 p.) 142 illus., 124 illus. in color.
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Summary
Minerals are essential commodities for the growth of mankind, and all the progress of humanity owes unequivocally to minerals. However, winning minerals through mining has always been cursed, and mankind has paid a heavy price for mining in the form of great loss of flora and fauna and unprecedented impact on the environment. Notwithstanding any arguments either in favor or against, one cannot deny that for the progression, advancement, and security of nations mining is indispensable, compulsory, and unavoidable trade. It is in the best interest of every stakeholder; a sustainable approach to mining must be adopted. Sustainability has many dimensions, two most important being: the optimum utilization of mined-out materials and creating value-added products from the mining wastes. Taking a cue from this, an international seminar was organized on "Prospects and Challenges of Mineral Based Products and Utilization of Wastes for the 'Make in India' Initiative" at Hotel Radisson Blu from 10-12 November 2022. The conference was attended by about 120 delegates from all over India. This book is a compilation of selected papers presented during the conference, broadly divided into the following groups: (a) rare earth elements, (b) ferrous minerals, (c) non-ferrous minerals, (d) industrial minerals, (e) waste utilization and valorization and (f) other significant contributions. Written by experts and edited by academicians and technocrats, this book promises to be a valuable and essential reading for professionals, researchers, as well as students. .
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Language
English
Added to Catalog
April 10, 2024
Series
Springer Proceedings in Earth and Environmental Sciences,
Springer Proceedings in Earth and Environmental Sciences,
Contents
Innovative technologies for recycling and extraction of REE
Eco-environmental challenges associated with application of REE
Rare earth elements: Reshaping the global supply chain with urban mining
Beneficiation and Extraction of Strategic Scandium (Sc) from Aluminium Industry Waste Residue
Exploration for Rare Earth Elements Mineralization in Amba Dongar Carbonatite, Gujarat, India: An Overview and Some Suggestions
Siwana Ring Complex, Western Rajasthan: A potential REE Hub
Application of EDS Based Automated Mineralogic System to Investigate Process Efficiency of a Processing Plant of Iron Ore Mine from Chhattisgarh, Central India
Flowability Characteristics of Iron Ore and Their Influence on Material Handling System Design Parameters
Fine Size Dry Iron Ore Beneficiation Using Thin Bed Air Fluidized Dry Separator
Role of NMDC in Mineral Conservation
Development of High Alumina Synthetic Aggregate Based on Impure Raw Bauxite
Characterization and Beneficiation of Pyrophyllite
Limestone - A Review with Special Reference to the Iron & Steel Industry
Adopting a Pragmatic Approach in Industrial Minerals Exploration
Import Substitution of Raw Material in the Refractory Industry Self-Reliant Initiative (Atmanirbhar Bharat)
R4 is the key!
Recovery of Placer Industrial minerals from Red Sediments of Badlands topography and its value addition
Innovative approach to transform mining waste into value added products
Commercial and Technical Prospects of Unused Mineral Values of Aluminium Industry
Potential application of Red Mud in Cement: An Indian perspective
Value Added Bauxite Products and Beneficiation Opportunities
Sustainable Methods of Dewatering and Disposal of Processing Plant Tailings
Utilization of Internal Waste (Fe ^es and Barriers in implementing value addition to mine waste and its sustainability
Safe, Accurate and Reliable Online Elemental Analysis Through Unique PFTNA Technique.
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