Crushing, Grinding and Concentrating

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Mots clés : Mont Wright;Quebec Cartier Mining Company;Crushing;Grinding;Concentrating;Dust collection;Crude-ore handling;Ore reclaim
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Sommaire: Cette presentation .traitera des differentes phases des operations de la mine du Mont-Wright depuis ses debuts jusqu'a present. A une breve description de la geologie du gisement, suivra un expose des methodes d'exploitation de la mine et du genre d'equipement utilise.
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Gaston Gendreau
Mots clés: Mont-Wright, Exploitation miniere, Geologie, Equipements, Planification, Camions, Foreuses, Sautage.
Numéro: 780
Volume: 70
Année: 1977
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Sommaire: Afin de pourvoir aux besoins d'hebergement des quel-ques 1600 employes qui travailleront dans toutes les spheres operationnelles de I'exploitation du gisement du Mont-Wright, ainsi que de leurs families, Quebec Cartier a du, avec I'aide de conseillers reconnus, et la participation de ses employes residant a Gagnon, etudier tous les nouveaux etablissements residentiels nordiques des dernieres annees tout au Canada qui dans les pays scandinaves afin d'etre en position de concepter une agglomera...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Paul-J. Bourassa
Mots clés: Fermont, Mont-Wright, Logements, Batiments coupe-vent, Planification, Contracteurs.
Numéro: 780
Volume: 70
Année: 1977
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Sommaire: One of the design criteria for the Mount Wright facilities was to incorporate the latest proven automation techniques and devices for the new crushing, grinding and concentrating plant.
The heart of the centralized control system is a Fox 1 process computer, located in the central control room in the administration building. The entire operation, i.e. crushing, conveying, storing, grinding and concentrating, is monitored and controlled, through the process computer, by one operator via a CRT...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): G. Bourque, D. Runnels
Mots clés: Mount Wright, Process computer, Plant control, Process control, Management reports, Quebec Cartier Mining Company.
Numéro: 780
Volume: 70
Année: 1977
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Sommaire: The Turgeon Lake granite lies 5 miles north of Baie Johan Beetz, Quebec, at the eastern margin of the Grenville Province. The rocks are classed as granites, granulites, quartzites, biotite schists and gneisses, and amphibolites. The granite's uraniferous character is manifested by phosphuranylite, uraninite, and metamict zircons associated with magnetite. Field anomalies occur in irregular pods, conformable with the tectonic foliation, in bands roughly paralleling sedimentary bedding....
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Marcelle A. Hauseux
Mots clés: Turgeon Lake granite, Baie Johan Beetz, Geology, Petrology, Ore mineralogy, Petrochemistry, Mineral deposits, Migmatites, Uranium, Granites.
Numéro: 780
Volume: 70
Année: 1977
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Sommaire: Shovels of 18 cubic yard capacity and larger are described which incorporate advanced technology and techniques providing performance and operation tailored to meet the needs of open-pit mining.
To achieve the goals of increased production at lower cost with consideration of maximum availability, lower energy consumption per ton and low impact on pit power, Harnischfeger Corporation developed a solid-state drive system ("Electrotorque" — P&H trademark) and applied unique transmission...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): S. S. Burns
Mots clés: Mechanical-electrical equipment, Shovels, Mining shovels, Electric shovels, Open-pit mining, Transmissions, "Electrotorque", Generators, Energy consumption, Power factors.
Numéro: 780
Volume: 70
Année: 1977
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Sommaire: Incorporated in 1957 under the laws of the Province of Quebec, Quebec Cartier Mining Co. undertook the development of its low-grade iron ore reserves located at Lac Jeannine in the southwest extremity of the Quebec-Labrador trough. This challenge comprised the construction of a 200-mile access road, two towns, a 191-mile-long railroad from Port Cartier to Lac Jeannine, a hydro-electric generating plant on the Hart Jaune River, and mining, crushing, concentrating and ancillary facilities to...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): P. J. Bourassa
Mots clés: Mount Wright, Quebec Cartier Mining Company, History, Development, Geology, Railroads, Power, Tailings disposal.
Numéro: 780
Volume: 70
Année: 1977
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