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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Phil A. Keele
Mots clés: Coal operations, Cost control, Management, Fording Coal, Genesee operations.
Numéro: 976
Volume: 87
Année: 1994
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Sommaire: Different forms of corrosion, the various corrosive environments encountered, the mining equipment subject to corrosion and the methods to control corrosion in the mining industry are briefly reviewed along with the savings that could be achieved by corrosion control.
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): V.S. Sastri, G.R. Hoey, R.W. Revie
Mots clés: Metallurgy, Corrosion, Equipment
Numéro: 976
Volume: 87
Année: 1994
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Sommaire: The Canadian tax treatment of mining operations outside Canada is not as attractive as the treatment of Canadian operations. Further, the Canadian company that invests abroad faces a host of complex rules. This month, Tax Notes examines some of the major Canadian tax considerations confronting the Canadian company that wants to invest abroad.
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Robert B. Parsons
Numéro: 976
Volume: 87
Année: 1994
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Sommaire: This paper presents a study developed to assess the potential use of salt tailings as backfill to control surface subsidence and as a mine bulkhead used to isolate areas of potential brine inflows. A series of index tests, centrifuge model tests and quasi-static creep-consolidation tests were performed to evaluate the creep and consolidation properties of salt backfill and to evaluate the effect of brine inflow and brine infiltration on backfill behaviour. The centrifuge models were specifica...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Euler M. De Souza
Mots clés: Rock mechanics, Salt tailings, Brine inflow, Backfill.
Numéro: 976
Volume: 87
Année: 1994
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Sommaire: A growing environmental awareness has prompted the mineral industry to seek innovations in waste management and technology. It is estimated that over 500 million metric tonnes of solid waste each year are rejected by the Canadian mineral industry. This waste has to be disposed of in the most environmentally and economically acceptable manner.
An extensive study has been conducted to estimate the cost of implementing total tailings fill from a waste disposal point-of-view as an alternative to...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): F.P. Hassani, M. Hossein, P. Newman, D. Bois
Mots clés: Rock mechanics, Tailings disposal, Waste management.
Numéro: 976
Volume: 87
Année: 1994
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Sommaire: Inco's Little Stobie Mine is a low-grade nickel operation producing approximately 4000 tons per day. Backfill has never been an economical option at the mine; therefore, the only viable type of mining in the upper zones has been by sub-level cave. This mining method allows for the draw-down of a rock cover into the empty slopes to provide stability to the over-all rock mass. In the lower areas of the mine, bulk blasthole mining methods have taken place, without rock fill, resulting in...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): S. Espley, G. Tan
Mots clés: Rock mechanics, Inco Limited, Little Stobie Mine, Rock failure, Numerical modelling, Blast designs.
Numéro: 976
Volume: 87
Année: 1994
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Sommaire: Inco's Automated Haulage Truck System (AHT) is a revolutionary automatic guided vehicle that performs all load, haul and dump operations without human intervention. The high level of sophistication and the short period it has been in operation has only allowed a select few Inco personnel to become familiar with the AHT operation and maintenance. As an aid to operations an expert system using the knowledge gained from the experienced specialists was implemented in the field.
The AHT operating...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): S. Zakaria
Mots clés: Computer applications, Expert systems, Automated Haulage Truck system (AHT).
Numéro: 976
Volume: 87
Année: 1994
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