On improving truck/shovel productivity in open pit mines

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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): W.G. Jeffery
Mots clés: MITEC, Research and development.
Numéro: 973
Volume: 86
Année: 1993
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Sommaire: Included in the Mines Gaspe mining complex located at Murdochville, Quebec, is a copper smelter which comprises a reverber-atory furnace, two Peirce-Smith converters, an anode furance, and a sulphuric acid plant.
The 50% smelter capacity available is supplemented by custom concentrates for treatment. As these concentrates can be varied and extremely complex many modifications and improvements have been brought about to optimize and make the process more flexible since its inauguration in 1955.
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): B. Langlois
Mots clés: Metallurgy, Smelter operations, Les Mines Gaspe, Noranda Minerals Inc., Copper smelting.
Numéro: 973
Volume: 86
Année: 1993
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Sommaire: An interactive mine planning package has been developed to aid with the tasks involved in generating dragline mine plans. This package employs recent advances in PC-based, 3D computer graphics and 3D geologic modelling. A Gridded Seam Model (GSM), capable of modelling rugged topography and multiple coal seams, including folding and faulting, is used to generate the geologic database. This model is then integrated with an interactive graphics mine planning system in order to develop one model...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Louise H. Michaud
Mots clés: Computer applications, Grid seam modelling, Open pit mining, Draglines, Mine planning systems.
Numéro: 973
Volume: 86
Année: 1993
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Sommaire: The Western Research Centre (WRC) of CANMET located in Devon, Alberta, is a modern research facility offering services ranging from fundamental research to pilot plant investigations. Recently, a 0.76 metre diameter by 7.9 metre high Flotaire column flotation cell was installed as a demonstration unit for Canadian coal producers. Because the column cell is intended to be used for research, development and demonstration, WRC recognized that additional sensing equipment and improved process...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): D.B. Hyma, A.I.A. Salama
Mots clés: Column flotation, Process control, Coal preparation, Mineral processing, Fine coal recovery.
Numéro: 973
Volume: 86
Année: 1993
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