Integrating mining and mineral processing for advanced mining systems

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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): M.A. Morin, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario
Numéro: 1057
Volume: 95
Année: 2002
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Sommaire: A mini- or micro-machine is a small electro-mechanical device. There are several existing applications of micro-sensors such as the accelerometers used in automobile airbags or the force sensors and grippers used at the ends of micro-surgery tools. Potential applications of existing mini- and micro-technologies are possible and could be used to improve the control and efficiency of fragmentation, heap leaching and other mining and mineral processing operations. A more radical proposition is...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): W.S. Dunbar, B. Klein
Numéro: 1057
Volume: 95
Année: 2002
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Sommaire: The notion of "value" has always been a subjective and contentious issue. Indeed, value is in the eye of the beholder . There are as varied methods and practices for valuing property, as there are industries in which they are applied. For example, there is replacement value, insurance value, salvage value, appraised value, book value, and fair market value, to name a few, although in the mining industry, valuations usually refer to fair market value. In the Canadian mining industry, at...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): K. Spence
Mots clés: Valuation, Mineral properties, Regulations, Guidelines, Standards.
Numéro: 1057
Volume: 95
Année: 2002
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Sommaire: As mines utilize more automation in mining operations to improve efficiency and safety, a corresponding increasing demand is placed on the transport of information. Some of the recent technological advances in underground telecommunications are described for various data, voice and video applications. In particular, two new innovative underground communication systems are described, one with highspeed data at 30 Mbps and the other for minewide evacuation and safety applications. The high-spee...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): P.M.Y. Waye, R. Yewen
Mots clés: Mining, Automation, Underground data network, Earth communication
system, Networking technologies.
Numéro: 1057
Volume: 95
Année: 2002
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