Bueno, Torvela, Chandramohan, Liedes, Powell, Chavez Matus,
Published in Minerals Enginering April 2021
The mining industry needs a low-cost and reliable breakage characterization test which can rapidly process a large number of samples for geometallurgical modelling. The more samples a...
*K. Tungpalan, A. Nguyen, C. Evans, E. Manlapig, K. Nguyen
Presented at Procemin GEOMET 2019
Ore texture represents the fundamental ore properties that significantly influence processing behaviour. However, the current measurement to obtain detailed textural information is through the Q...
W. Valery, K. Duffy, R. Faveere, R. Hayashida, A. Jankovic, E. Tabosa, I. Yelkin
Presented at IMPC 2018
The mining industry faces growing challenges from more complex and lower grade deposits, rising costs, limited energy and water availability, and increasing societal pressure to operat...
S. Michaux & L. O'Connor
Geometallurgy is a comparatively new discipline in mining that involves the fundamental integration of multiple conventional technical areas of the industry, where the outcome is a genuinely new methodology. It can be a daunting prospect to be tasked with desi...
More complex ore bodies with lowering grades increase the challenges of maintaining high throughput, energy efficiency and required particle size for optimal downstream processing in grinding circuits. Continuous and often rapidly changing characteristics of the mill feed requires consta...