Drawpoint control using radio frequency identification systems

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Mots clés : Automation;Radio frequency;Identification;Production monitoring;Personnel tracking;Process control;Information systems
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Jozef S. Stachulak
Mots clés: Deep mining, Surface fan installations, Ventilation. INCO Limited
Numéro: 1003
Volume: 89
Année: 1996
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Peter Moser, Thomas Oberndorfer
Mots clés: Deep mining, Underground mining, Databases.
Numéro: 1003
Volume: 89
Année: 1996
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Sommaire: Originally presented at TORONTO 94, CIMAGM, this paper has been updated to reflect the present status of business development for the SO2/AIR process. The paper reviews the background leading to the invention, discusses the process chemistry and historically tracks the commercial development. Engineering and cost considerations are presented.
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): G. H. Robbins
Mots clés: Environment, INCO SO2/AIR process, cyanide destruction process, INCO, Historical developments.
Numéro: 1003
Volume: 89
Année: 1996
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Sommaire: Many porphyry copper deposits of the Kerman copper province in central Iran are associated with a consistent structurally controlled main drainage pattern, which is shown in this paper to be a useful regional prospecting tool in the search for new deposits. The main drainage trends also generally allow the distiction of high-grade (>0.2% Cu) from lowgrade (<0.2% Cu) deposits. Topographic maps
1:50 000 or geologic maps 1:100 000 have been found suitable for identification of promising drainages.
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): J. Shahabpour
Mots clés: Geology, Exploration, Iran, Prospecting.
Numéro: 1003
Volume: 89
Année: 1996
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Sommaire: With several “green” applications on the horizon, bismuth has become an even more important minor metal in the smelting and refining of lead. Smelters with a complex sulphide feed invariably deal with bismuth. Its behavior during the smelting of lead in conventional sinter-blast furnace operation is discussed.
Because it readily deports to the lead phase during the refining of lead, its separation from refined lead remained unsatisfactory in early lead production. When commercial requirements...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): Funsho K. Ojebuoboh
Mots clés: Metallurgy, Bismuth, Smelting of lead, Refining of lead, Kroll-Betterton process.
Numéro: 1003
Volume: 89
Année: 1996
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