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  • Blaine, WA
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Blacksburg, VA
  • Bellingham, WA

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Company: University of utah, metallurgical engineering Jan 2012 to Aug 2013 Address: Greater Salt Lake City Area Position: Assistant professor

Education

School / High School: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 2007 to 2011

Skills

Experimental Fluid Dynamics • Multiphase Flows • Mineral Processing • Coal Preparation • Separation Processes • Environmental Engineering • Mining • Coal • Multiphase Flow • Fluid Dynamics • Minerals • Engineering • Separations • Instrumentation • Characterization • Modeling

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Assistant Professor At University Of Utah

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Position:
Assistant Professor at University of Utah, Metallurgical Engineering
Location:
Salt Lake City, Utah
Industry:
Higher Education
Work:
University of Utah, Metallurgical Engineering - Greater Salt Lake City Area since Jan 2012
Assistant Professor
Education:
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 2007 - 2011
Univerzitet u Novom Sadu 2004 - 2006
Skills:
Experimental Fluid Dynamics
Multiphase Flows
Mineral Processing
Coal Preparation
Separation Processes
Environmental Engineering
Mining
Coal
Multiphase Flow
Fluid Dynamics
Minerals
Engineering
Separations
Instrumentation
Characterization
Modeling

Publications

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Flotation Machine Rotor

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US Patent:
2014000, Jan 2, 2014
Filed:
Jun 28, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/535566
Inventors:
Gerald Luttrell - Blacksburg VA,
Saad Ragab - Blacksburg VA,
Demetri Telionis - Blacksburg VA,
Abdel-Halim Said - Zagazig,
Sanja Miskovic - Salt Lake City UT,
Aaron Noble - Lenoir City TN,
Yihong Yang - Salt Lake City UT,
Assignee:
VIRGINIA TECH INTELLECTUAL PROPERTIES, INC - Blacksburg VA
International Classification:
B03D 1/16
F01D 5/18
US Classification:
209169, 416 90 R
Abstract:
A rotor for flotation machines or flotation cells of flotation machines includes blades that are configured to provide improved bubble flow and bubble generation performance while also reducing the power requirements for rotating the rotor to generate bubble flow within a tank of a flotation cell used to generate froth. Embodiments of the rotor may also be configured to be smaller than conventional rotor designs, which may help reduce the costs of manufacturing the rotor or flotation machines using such embodiments of the rotor.
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