Nondestructive evaluation of industrial materials

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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Adam J. Szladow
Mots clés: Process engineering, Technology, Lignite, Coal.
Numéro: 928
Volume: 82
Année: 1989
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): J.P. Aiello
Mots clés: Coal, Cold Lake, Cyclic steam stimulation, Coal firing technology, Technology
Numéro: 928
Volume: 82
Année: 1989
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Sommaire: On the mining side the Canadian oil sands industry has become proficient in excavation and disposal of ore and overburden. Nearly twenty years of mining experience is now behind this industry. While local improvements to existing mining systems and practices will continue, it is believed that some further gains in productivity can be achieved by selectively introducing new ideas from other mining and non-mining industries. This type of technology transfer is vital for over-all cost-effective...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): R.K. Singhal
Mots clés: Oil sands, Equipment, Technology, Open pit mining
Numéro: 928
Volume: 82
Année: 1989
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Sommaire: The Lower Cretaceous McMurray Formation contains the bitumen reserves of the Syncrude Mine in northeastern Alberta. This formation comprises sediments deposited sequentially in fluvial, estuarine and marine depositional environments. The Syncrude Base Mine area consists mostly of estuarine sediments, as much of the original marine sediments have been eroded away. These estuarine deposits consist of channel-fill sediments and interchannel tidal flat sediments with the channel-fills comprising...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): R.G. Cuddy, W.K. Muwais
Mots clés: Athabasca oil sands, Geology, Oil sands, Mine Operations, Sedimentology, Structural analyses, Channel-fills
Numéro: 928
Volume: 82
Année: 1989
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Sommaire: The National Uranium Tailings Program was established in 1982 to develop, in part, a mathematical predictive model which would allow the assessment of the impact of uranium mill tailings on the environment and particularly on humans. To achieve this, various studies were undertaken to establish the role played by key constituents of the tailings. This paper summarizes the findings of a study carried out under that program, to examine the leachability of barium-radium sulphate sludges produced...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): P.M. Huck, R. John
Mots clés: Mineral processing, Uranium tailings research, Environment, Barium-radium sulphate sludges, Leaching, National Uranium Tailings Program (NUTP), Radium-226
Numéro: 928
Volume: 82
Année: 1989
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