Sulphide ore/explosives exothermic reactions

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Sommaire: This is the third article in a review series of the Canadian non-ferrous industry. The series is being solicited and edited by the Non-ferrous Pyrometailurgy Section of The Metallurgical Society of CIM in conjunction with the CIM Bulletin, and will provide a comprehensive, up-to-date picture of non-ferrous pyrometallurgical practice in Canada.
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): A.E. Grau
Mots clés: Pyrometallurgy, QIT - Fer et Titane, Slags, Iron Steel.
Numéro: 987
Volume: 88
Année: 1995
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Sommaire: Dans la premiere partie de cet article on discute le contexte technico-economique de I'usage des foreuses a I'eau sur bequille dans des mines sud-africaines. Par la suite on presente les resultats d'une etude comparative du forage avec les foreuses a I'huile et a I'eau par rapport aux foreuses pneumatiques. La performance des foreuses est discutee sous les deux aspects : I'aspect technique concemant le taux de penetration et la quantity d'eau rejetee dans les gaieties et I'aspect de la sante...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Stefan Planeta, Jacek Paraszczak
Mots clés: Forage, foreuses hydrauliques.
Numéro: 987
Volume: 88
Année: 1995
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Sommaire: Dans la premiere partie de cet article on discute le mode d'ecaillage actuellement en usage dans des mines souterraines. Par la suite, on presents la problematique d'ecaillage a I'aide de barres conven-tionnelles et on discute les plus recents developpements des outits d'ecaillage portatifs et mecanises ainsi que les techniques de detection des roches branlantes. Plus tard, on analyse la tache d'ecaillage avec des barres conventionnelles. Dans les chapitres qui suivent on presente un concept...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): S. Planeta
Mots clés: Outil d'ecattlages portatifs, Mines souterraines.
Numéro: 987
Volume: 88
Année: 1995
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Sommaire: Many organizations which have implemented Total Quality Management (TQM) are finding that the process has either stalled or is not working as well as originally envisioned. This can be particularly evident in an engineering environment where the uniqueness of engineers and their particular culture has not been adequately considered. Winning the commitment of a highly educated group of professionals to the TQM concepts, which are often initially seen as too simplistic, poses special challenges...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Brien A. Perry, Art Wichert
Mots clés: Human resources, Total Quality Management, Work environment, Engineers.
Numéro: 987
Volume: 88
Année: 1995
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Sommaire: Dorbyl Heavy Engineering has been manufacturing winders since 1949 mostly for the South African mining industry.
Table 1 shows that the vast majority of winders have been double drum winders. At the greater depths with larger ropes being employed, it became apparent that multi-rope winders would be needed. The high stress variation in Koepe winder ropes at great depths especially beyond 2000 m, ruled out this possibility. Thus the original concept was borne for the Blair multi-rope winder...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): A.M. Girodo, E.N. Sparg
Mots clés: Mine hoisting systems, Underground mining, South African mining.
Numéro: 987
Volume: 88
Année: 1995
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Sommaire: Brunswick Mining and Smelting commenced production at the No. 12 orebody, a lead/zinc/copper/silver deposit, situated some seventeen miles southwest of Bathurst, New Brunswick, in 1964 at 4100 tonnes per day. Today it operates at 10 500 tonnes per day.
Brunswick has utilized underground incentives since commencement of operations. Early incentive systems were "off the wall", based on those in effect at other properties, then manipulated to fit, often back calculated from actual...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Robert W. Baker
Mots clés: Underground mining, Brunswick Mining and Smelting Corp. Ltd., Human resources, Incentives.
Numéro: 987
Volume: 88
Année: 1995
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