Planning and operational cutoff grades based on computerized net present value and net cash flow

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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): GRAHAM E. BROWN
Mots clés: Computer technology, Interactive Graphics Systems, Computer Graphics, Engineering office, Project control, Communications.
Numéro: 878
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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Sommaire: Rational exploration requires the prior selection of areas possessing excellent geological potential and minimum hazards to commercial development. Within an over-all strategy of grass-roots exploration, two procedures for selecting areas for (i) coal and (ii) metals exploration are described. The procedures explicitly balance infrastructure requirements and environmental concerns for areas of geological merit not alienated in parks and reserves. Through consensus, priorities are attached to...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): J.H. SHILLABEER
Mots clés: Exploration development, Planning, Coal exploration, Metals exploration, Project generation, Decision analysis, Environmental concerns, British Columbia.
Numéro: 878
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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Sommaire: Data from the South Fork Pit Area of the Bullmoose deposit in northeastern British Columbia are used to demonstrate the usefulness of microcomputers to the on-site geologist. The technique utilizes a series of digital surfaces in the form of a network of points to define various geologic parameters such as seam positions, topography and coal quality characteristics. Manual digitizing, kriging and combinations of these techniques are used to calculate these digital surfaces, the best method...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): WARD E. KILBY, BRUCE I. McCLYMONT
Mots clés: Computer applications, Microcomputers, Geological modelling, Coal mining, Kriging, Bullmoose Coal Mine, Deposit modelling.
Numéro: 878
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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Sommaire: Several years ago computer control of the flotation process was successfully implemented at the Matagami concentrator of Noranda Mines Inc. At that time this was the first computer application being installed at this operation.
The last few years have seen an extensive use of programmable controllers in areas such as the copper and zinc dewater-ing circuits and the lime preparation system. With the aid of such instruments, these areas have attained a high level of automation and as a result,...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): MICHEL GARON
Mots clés: Computer applications, Mineral processing, Flotation, Process control, Concentrator, Automation, Copper dewatering, Zinc dewatering, Lime preparation.
Numéro: 878
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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Sommaire: Concepts of linear elastic fracture mechanics were applied to study two cases of failure, namely an equalizing beam from a tandem rear axle of a highway tractor unit and the main beam of a flat bed trailer. In the first case, the presence of a crack, initiated by stress corrosion cracking followed by significant fatigue crack propagation produced a state of stress which was sufficient to produce brittle failure. Calculation of the fatigue life agreed with the number of cycles that the...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): W.W. TENNESE, M.N. BASSIM
Mots clés: Metallurgy, Fracture mechanics, Failure analysis. Metallography, Tensile properties, Chemical analysis
Numéro: 878
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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Sommaire: The lead concentrate produced from the volcanogenic base metal ore of Brunswick Mining and Smelting in New Brunswick contains major to trace amounts of iron, zinc, cadmium, arsenic, antimony, copper, silver, selenium, tellurium, bismuth, sulphur, tin, indium, mercury and manganese as impurities. When the concentrate is sintered some of these impurities enter a variety of oxide phases, whereas others precipitate as metals. In the lead blast furnace the oxide phases decompose and the impurities...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): W. PETRUK, D.R. MORRIS
Mots clés: Metallurgy, Smelters, Lead concentrates, Sintering, Brunswick Mining and Smelting, Blast furnace.
Numéro: 878
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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