Mineralogical examination of gold-bearing samples

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Sommaire: Acidic drainage is the largest single environmental problem facing the Canadian mining industry today. Technologies to prevent acidic drainage from occurring in waste rock piles and tailings sites, and on the walls of open pits and underground mines, need to be developed and demonstrated. There are two groups in Canada which have accepted this challenge: the national Mine Environment Neutral Drainage (MEND) program and the British Columbia Acid Mine Drainage (BC AMD) Task Force. This paper...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): M.P. Filion, L.L. Sirois, K. Ferguson
Mots clés: Tailings, Waste rock, Sulphide oxidation, MEND, AMD Task Force, Reactive wastes, Acid mine drainage, AMD, Environment.
Numéro: 944
Volume: 83
Année: 1990
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Sommaire: Mine-shaft wire-rope discard regulations include, among other criteria, a limited amount of permissible loss-of-breaking-strength (LBS). Currently, this parameter is estimated on the basis ofnon-destrutive-testing (NDT) with electro-magnetic (EM) type instruments. This paper analyses the accuracy with which these estimates have, so far, been obtained in practice.
It concludes that while certain types of testers have produced better results than others, the desired accuracy level has not been...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): L.B. Geller, I.E. Udd
Mots clés: Non-destructive testing, Mine shaft ropes, Safety, Hoisting equipment.
Numéro: 944
Volume: 83
Année: 1990
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Sommaire: How well supervisors supervise, and are supervised determines whether management's goals will be reached and ...how effective the work force will be... Upper management must recognize the potential returns of viable training programs for both management and mine workers...The key to performance, from the standpoint of safety and productivity, is the ability of the line supervisor to managed.
In this article, the authors will share their experiences in supervisor selection and development....
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Lloyd G. Campbell, Peter Moon
Mots clés: Human resources.
Numéro: 944
Volume: 83
Année: 1990
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Sommaire: Countercurrent decantation circuits (CCD) are often employed in hydrometallurgy to effect solids-liquid separation in combination with a barren solution wash to reduce losses of valuable solution components) from the tails. Bechtel Corporation uses its BEMSIM flowsheet-modelling PC computer program to simulate a CCD circuit where the "dirty" wash solution contains significant amounts of soluble components. An algorithm successfully models this condition and is simplified to a single...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): R. B. Stein
Mots clés: Countercurrent decantation circuits, Hydrometallurgy, Computer applications.
Numéro: 944
Volume: 83
Année: 1990
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Sommaire: The Low NOX/SOX (LNS) Burner is a technology which, in pilot-scale tests, significantly reduces acid rain-forming emissions from the burning of coal. The precursors of acid rain are nitrous oxides (NOJ and sulphur dioxide (SOJ. TransAlta is currently planning two demonstration projects.
Esso Resources Canada and TransAlta are undertaking a project to demonstrate how coal can be burned cleanly for steam raising in heavy oil operations by using TransAlta's LNS Burner on a steam generator at...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): G.D. Bateson
Mots clés: Environment, Acid rain, Coal burning technology, Low NOX/SOX Burner, NLS Burner, Technology.
Numéro: 944
Volume: 83
Année: 1990
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Sommaire: Safety and health issues are and have been in the last decade a very high priority item with all parties involved in the Canadian mining industry. As a result of this high level of concern for workers' safety and health, Canadian mines are at the leading edge of environmental control technology. For the most part, the occurrence of pollutants in mines is unavoidable. Dust from mining operations, airborne radiation, gases and heat from the strata as well as gases and paniculate from diesel...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Michel G. Grenier, Stephen G. Hardcastle
Mots clés: Environment, Safety, Health, Diesel emissions, Ventilation, Emission control.
Numéro: 944
Volume: 83
Année: 1990
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