The Goldstrike pressure oxidation plant process and engineering design, construction and commissioning

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Mots clés : Mineral Processing;Goldstrike pressure oxidation plant;Pressure oxidation plant;Refractory sulphide ore;Process design;Engineering design;Gold
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Sommaire: Modular, predesigned diamond recovery plants have been a feature of the diamond mining industry for more than 20 years. The reasons for the selection of such a design route are contrasted with the alternative option of custom-designed route and the relative merits of the two approaches are discussed. The predesigned, modular plant is shown to be particularly applicable for the smaller operation, whether as part of a diverse alluvial mine, an auditing facility for an adjacent large plant, bulk...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Graham Popplewell, J. Smith
Mots clés: Diamond mining, Mineral processing, Recovery plant design.
Numéro: 956
Volume: 85
Année: 1992
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Sommaire: The effectiveness of sulphuric acid, nitric acid, and hydrogen peroxide pressure oxidation on the cyanide extractability of gold from a double-refractory concentrate is presented. While over 90% of the sulphide content could be oxidized by either of the two acid pretreatments, only 65% was achieved by the peroxide oxidation. Carbon oxidation by both acid and peroxide pressure oxidation were less than 15%. Although the peroxide pressure oxidation pretreatment resulted in much lower sulphur and...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Kafui Nyavor, Nosa O. Egiebor
Mots clés: Gold concentrate, Oxidation, Mineral processing, Pressure oxidation, Double-refractory concentrate, Hydrometallurgy.
Numéro: 956
Volume: 85
Année: 1992
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Sommaire: Scientific advances in the past decade have greatly clarified our understanding of certain concepts relating to the age and origin of diamonds. These advances are largely the result of geochemical studies of mineral inclusions in diamonds, made possible by modem analytical techniques which enable the accurate chemical analysis of micro-sized particles of the order of 200 microns in maximum dimension. As a generalization, the inclusions indicate that most diamonds formed from either of two...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): M.B. Kirkley, J.J. Gurney, A.A. Levinson
Mots clés: Industrial minerals, Diamond mining, Kimberlites, Lamproites.
Numéro: 956
Volume: 85
Année: 1992
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Sommaire: Dia Met Minerals has recently acquired a pilot plant for recovering diamonds larger than 0.5 mm from primary diamondiferous host rocks (kimberlite or lamproite) and secondary or alluvial diamondiferous materials. This is a highly specialized plant to produce small volumes of heavy mineral (including diamond) concentrates from large (1501 to 1000 t) samples derived from exploration programs. The plant can process up to 35 t to 75 t per working day and includes facilities for final diamond...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): George W. Poling, Michael A. Waldman
Mots clés: Mineral processing, Diamond mining, Dia Met Minerals, Pilot plants.
Numéro: 956
Volume: 85
Année: 1992
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Sommaire: The presence in Saskatchewan of sixteen kimberlite pipes of probable late Albion age has been reported. An abundance of aero-magnetic anomalies possibly attributable to kimberlite pipes have been identified and it is anticipated that industry has acquired reasonable proof of the presence of more than seventy kimberlite pipes in Saskatchewan. Historical reports of diamonds, the discovery of kimberlite pipes and these aeromagnetic anomalies indicate the Phanerozoic Basin and some parts of the...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Malcolm R. Gent
Mots clés: Diamond mining, Saskatchewan, Exploration, Kimberlites, Mineral economics, Corundum, Lamproites.
Numéro: 956
Volume: 85
Année: 1992
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Sommaire: The mining industry has developed a strong need for monitoring underground openings since bulk mining, used for increased productivity, has become the dominant mining method industry wide. The large stapes associated with bulk mining methods generally have to remain open and stable for several months, and monitoring is essential to provide an indication of ground response to mining and stope stability. The instrumentation data is also important during design optimization, which is used to...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): E.M. De Souza
Mots clés: Data acquisition system, Computer applications, Rock mechanics, Geotechnical instrumentation.
Numéro: 956
Volume: 85
Année: 1992
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