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Mine to Mill Process Optimisation

14 Feb 2015

Denver, Colorado
2 days

14-02-2015 00:00:00 15-02-2015 00:00:00 89 Mine to Mill Process Optimisation The Mine to Mill course identifies the changes to practice required to optimise performance in blasting and comminution to maximise profitability and energy efficiency. February 2015 | Denver, Colorado - Please click here for more information about the 2-day 'Mine to Mill Process Optimisation' short course, to be held prior to the 2015 SME Annual Conference. 9-11 July 2015 | Zambia An Information Brochure will be released closer to the time October 2015 | Chile An Information Brochure will be released closer to the time Mining and processing operations involve a variety of steps, each with their own attributes and requirements for efficiency. However, in some cases the conditions required to optimize any one of these steps may be counterproductive for the achievement of optimization in another. An approach is therefore warranted in which conditions for each step are varied so as to achieve global optimization. The Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre at the University of Queensland has been involved in implementing such a holistic methodology "Mine to Mill Process Optimization" to maximize the overall profitability of mining operations. The objective of this methodology is to develop and implement site-specific mining and milling strategies to maximize the operations profitability in a sustainable manner. This workshop explains the methodology and discusses in detail the critical aspects to successfully implement it in a sustainable manner. Benefits of such an approach on the energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and the overall costs and benefits of an operation will be explained using case studies. The objective of this workshop is to increase the awareness and communication between mining engineers and metallurgists to work collaboratively to improve the overall profitability of their operations. This workshop is aimed for drill and blast engineers, mine superintendents, metallurgists, plan superintendents, mine managers, concentrator managers, general managers, asset optimization managers and business improvement managers - personnel responsible to improve the overall productivity of operations. , Denver, Colorado DD/MM/YYYY

The Mine to Mill course identifies the changes to practice required to optimise performance in blasting and comminution to maximise profitability and energy efficiency.

February 2015 | Denver, Colorado

- Please click here for more information about the 2-day 'Mine to Mill Process Optimisation' short course, to be held prior to the 2015 SME Annual Conference.

9-11 July 2015 | Zambia

An Information Brochure will be released closer to the time

October 2015 | Chile

An Information Brochure will be released closer to the time

Mining and processing operations involve a variety of steps, each with their own attributes and requirements for efficiency. However, in some cases the conditions required to optimize any one of these steps may be counterproductive for the achievement of optimization in another. An approach is therefore warranted in which conditions for each step are varied so as to achieve global optimization.

The Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre at the University of Queensland has been involved in implementing such a holistic methodology "Mine to Mill Process Optimization" to maximize the overall profitability of mining operations. The objective of this methodology is to develop and implement site-specific mining and milling strategies to maximize the operations profitability in a sustainable manner.

This workshop explains the methodology and discusses in detail the critical aspects to successfully implement it in a sustainable manner. Benefits of such an approach on the energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and the overall costs and benefits of an operation will be explained using case studies.

The objective of this workshop is to increase the awareness and communication between mining engineers and metallurgists to work collaboratively to improve the overall profitability of their operations. This workshop is aimed for drill and blast engineers, mine superintendents, metallurgists, plan superintendents, mine managers, concentrator managers, general managers, asset optimization managers and business improvement managers - personnel responsible to improve the overall productivity of operations.


 

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