System thinking for quality management and continuous improvement in mining

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Mots clés : Quality management and continuous improvement (QMCI);Industry problems;Mining system constraints;Risk
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): D. Berkley
Mots clés: Cogeneration, Remote location, Feasibility, Reliability, Energy supply, Turbines.
Numéro: 1068
Volume: 96
Année: 2003
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Sommaire: The development of low-cost, rapid multielement analytical techniques has generated large geochemical databases in many exploration programs. When a sampling program consists of several thousand samples, the resulting data matrix is enormous and effective interpretation using all of the elements individually becomes burdensome. However, the application of multivariate statistical techniques can extract geochemical patterns related to the underlying geology, weathering, alteration and...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): E.C. Grunsky, B.W. Smee
Mots clés: Geology, Mineralization, Geochemical
data, Multivariate methods, Digital
topography, Mineral exploration.
Numéro: 1068
Volume: 96
Année: 2003
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Sommaire: The Red Dog mine has increased mill
throughput most years since start-up. Although flotation equipment has been added over the last 10 years, the Red Dog metallurgical performance has been restricted by a lack of adequate flotation capacity. Two reduced tonnage trials conducted in 1997 as well as numerous SAG relines have consistently indicated the potential to significantly increase both zinc concentrate recovery and grade with additional flotation capacity. Later in 1999, a new circuit was...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): B. Lacouture, G. Hope
Mots clés: Flotation, Modelling, Plant design, Circuit configuration.
Numéro: 1068
Volume: 96
Année: 2003
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Sommaire: A cornerstone of any successful mining
project is an understanding of the mineral
assemblage and metal distribution comprising the deposit. Knowledge of the precise mineral/metal zoning enables an operation to utilize different mining and processing methods optimized for different parts of the deposit. The Lac des Iles mine, located in northwestern Ontario, is one operation that depends on a good understanding of these issues. Current
resources for the Roby Zone total 94.1 Mt
grading 1.66 g/t...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): M.J. Michaud, M.J. Lavigne
Mots clés: Ore types, Lac des Iles, Mineralization,
Resource estimation, Mining, Metallurgy,
Geology.
Numéro: 1068
Volume: 96
Année: 2003
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