Monitoring and Modelling Mining Solutions 2016

  • Dates:
    Oct 31 - Nov 02, 2016
  • Hours:
    From 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Location:
    Pinnacle at the Pier Hotel Vancouver, Canada
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Contact Information

Olga Cherepanova
580 Hornby Street, Suite 900 Vancouver, BC, V6C 3B6
1 604 683 2037 Ext.312
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Event Detail

Mine planning and management involve modeling all phases and aspects of the mine, from the ore body, through open pit stability, processing, to waste management facility performance, and the protection of the environment. To formulate a representative model, one needs a deep understanding of the physical systems and data to quantify the system and its performance. Once the model is in place, monitoring is undertaken. Monitoring data are compared to model predictions and the model is calibrated and planning for future management undertaken. This conference seeks to explore the many phases of mine-related modeling and monitoring. This conference will address the many types of modeling and monitoring undertaken at a mine – from defining the ore grade, to assessing long-term groundwater changes resulting from mining. The following topics and related themes will be discussed: Theory and practice of modelling Model calibration Monitoring methods Using mine models to improve performance Observational methods Submit your abstracts by May 9, 2016 to

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