Dr Junyu Wang’s primary interests are coal flotation, bubble generation techniques, laboratory-based experiment, graphical abstract creation and transformation of findings into presentation.

Junyu completed a PhD degree in Engineering at The University of Queensland in 2018. Her study focused on improving coal flotation performance using oscillatory air supply. She joined the Separation Team at JKMRC as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in May 2019.

Key Publications

Journal Article

Junyu Wang, Hangil Park, Chun Yong Ng, Liguang Wang (2019) Use of oscillatory air supply for improving the throughput and carrying capacity of column flotation. Powder Technology, accepted.

Wang, Junyu and Wang, Liguang (2018) Improving column flotation of oxidized or ultrafine coal particles by changing the flow pattern of air supply. Minerals Engineering, 124 98-102.

J. Wang, L. Wang, J. Hanotu, W.B. Zimmerman, Improving the performance of coal flotation using oscillatory air supply, Fuel Processing Technology 165 (2017) 131-137.

Park, Hangil, Wang, Junyu and Wang, Liguang (2016) A comparative study of methyl cyclohexanemethanol and methyl isobutyl carbinol as frother for coal flotation. International Journal of Mineral Processing, 155 32-44.

Conference

J. Wang, L. Wang, J. Hanotu, W.B. Zimmerman, Improved column flotation performance for beneficiation of difficult-to-float coals, Chemeca, Melbourne, Australia, 23-26 July 2017.

J. Wang, L. Wang, J. Hanotu, W.B. Zimmerman, Improved ultra-fine coal cleaning with oscillatory and intermittent air supply, UQ EAIT Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 7 June 2016.

Other Outputs

Junyu Wang (2018). Coal flotation using oscillatory air supply. PhD Thesis, School of Chemical Engineering, the University of Queensland.

Past projects

Liguang Wang and Junyu Wang, Improving Coal Flotation with Oscillatory Air Supply, ACARP report, Project number: C24041, 2017.         

Liguang Wang, Hangil Park and Junyu Wang, Improved Flotation Recovery and Reduced Cost via Adjusting Frother Chemistry and Froth Behaviour, ACARP report, Project number: C23035, 2016.