Sep 15, 2009· Iron Ore is not a fruit that grows on any trees. It could be found randomly scattered in earths crust or top surface. Earth by default shouldn't have any iron ore on top surface because its heavy and would not have floated when earth was molten, thus most of the Iron came after the surface was already hard from space in form of meteorites as these bodies are mostly made up of iron.

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Dec 21, 2007· Iron ore is something mined straight from the earth. Once the ore is turned into steel, you can recycle it by melting it down repeatedly and making new steel product every time. If we get really technical, most recycled materials can only be recycled so many times, as the molecular structure of the material will change every time it's melted down.

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Dec 31, 2012· Iron Ore is much more common and can even be seen from the surface in canyons and ravines. It has tan specs on the block where as gold has gold specs. Once Iron ore is harvested you must smelt it into ingot for use as tools. One piece of coal will smelt 8 blocks. If you have found gold ore than you have seen iron ore and just didnt notice it.

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Aug 05, 2011· Mining iron ore is a bit cheaper then any other method of getting iron. You dig, you throw in a bunch of chemicals and some heat at the ore, and now you have steel. Recycling steel is a bit less energy-intensive, but there is not enough recycled steel to satisfy our demands.

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Sep 15, 2008· Iron ore (there are three main types: haematite (iron oxide Fe2O3), magnetite (iron oxide Fe3O4) and limonite (Iron hydroxide). Iron ore is placed in a blast furnace with coke (carbon), in which the oxygen is converted to carbon dioxide, andf the molten iron can be drawn off from the bottom.

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Dec 11, 2012· Lesson 1: How Do We Mine Iron Ore? Kelly Bolen Target 4th grade, Michigan History … or life on a freighter. Resources Extension Vinyard, Dr. Joellen McNergney. A Day in the Life… Mark at the Iron Ore Mine – YouTube. A Day in the Life… Mark at the Iron Ore Mine … where we mine iron ore. … internet are often those who doesn't have ...

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Nov 16, 2010· If you look more closely at the chemical make up of both minerals it is clear that magnetite contains a far greater proportion of iron than biotite. In addition to this magnetite is far more common than biotite, easier to mine and the extraction of iron from the ore is …

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Feb 04, 2020· As iron ore it is an oxide of iron Fe2O3 (Ferric Oxide ; Iron is in oxidation state '3'), FeO (Ferrous Oxide ; iron is in oxidation state '2') and Haematite (Fe3O4) . Also there is Magnetite, there historical 'lodestone' pointing to the North /South poles. It is also found in other minerals such as Iron Sulphide, Iron Carbonate.

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To get iron ore - or any other ore for that matter - take a pickaxe and go to a mine. Mines have some minerals but not others, so you may have to find the correct mine.

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Jan 22, 2009· the most efficient spot to mine it without having to walk a long way to get to a bank is in falador at the east bank i think, its the one that isnt by the castle, you go over by the party room and on the other side of it there is a little house type thing with some stairs, go down the stairs and then walk straight away from the stairs and there are multiple iron ore spots, hope this helped ...

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Dec 04, 2006· Iron is produced in a cupola furnace.Iron ore,furnace coak scrap iron and limestone are put into the furnace in layers. The furnace is lit and when it gets to roughly 1750 degrees the cast iron is tapped out and put into moulds or ingots depending on what type of industry the iron is made for.There are a few different grades of iron adding carbon gives a better grade.

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Jul 07, 2013· We can do process of crushing, grinding,screening,etc to get high level iron ore concentrates. After we know clearly about working flow and consisting of iron ore processing plant, we can design our plant. While these simple intonations are not enough, we need more.

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Aug 11, 2011· The energy used to mine iron depends on the mine system itself, like I said, there is no one way to mine any ore that EVERYONE uses. Perhaps the way to minimize energy used to mine ore, is to find a way to REUSE the iron/steel we already have. I hope this was helpful, I don't have all the answers, so keep searching for them.

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The Importance of Minerals and Mining By Dr Kenneth J Reid Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota Member, Board of Directors, SME Twin Cities Sub Section ... To make Steel we need Iron Ore. Here it comes from a Minnesota Taconite Mine. The ore goes to a Taconite Pellet Plant,

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Iron ores in the form of hematite (ferrous oxide) and magnetite are removed from the earth through mining. The use of heavy mining equipment is necessary to dig out large pits in an area with a large deposit of iron ore; however, because iron does not occur naturally, it is necessary to use a blast furnace to separate or refine iron from the other substances in the iron ore.

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Dec 20, 2011· Make sure the Gold Ore is in your inventory. Scroll through what can be made until you find Gold Bars, they take 4 Gold Ore each. Click to make (hold Right Click to keep making). If they don't appear (things like this have happened to friends of mine since 1.1) restart the game, that's fixed the issue so far. Good luck.

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Nov 21, 2014· Iron ore can be mined from all places in the world but to be commercially viable, the percentage of iron in this iron ore needs to be at least 20%. This is because lower iron content in the ore will render all the money and effort exerted in mining the ore from under the surface of …

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Iron Ore :: Stonehearth Gameplay (Questions and Tips) I suffer from a extreme lack of Iron ore and can't seem to find any veins in my tunnels. I have been digging in the mountains for quite some time, but still can't find a large quantity of it ( only like 1 ore every 300 blocks mined). So my question is, does iron ore veins exist, and if so do ...

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Sep 16, 2009· The energy used to mine iron depends on the mine system itself, like I said, there is no one way to mine any ore that EVERYONE uses. Perhaps the way to minimize energy used to mine ore, is to find a way to REUSE the iron/steel we already have. I hope this was helpful, I don't have all the answers, so keep searching for them.

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Feb 01, 2013· Mining in Goa focuses on ores of iron, Bauxite, manganese, clays, limestone and silica. However, mining is now threatening the forest cover as well as posing a health hazard to the local population. Tourism is Goa's primary industry, but the deterioration of the countryside due to illegal and irresponsible mining is causing problems.

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balance the separation of gold from its ore. the process of gold ore dressing 2 . Gold extraction refers to the processes required to extract gold from its ores This may require a combination of comminution mineral processing hydrometallurgical and pyrometallurgical processes to be performed on the ore Gold mining from alluvium ores was once achieved by techniques associated with placer mining ...

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