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Mill Circuits '24
13 Jun 2024 - 14 Jun 2024 • Cape Town, South Africa
Organizer:
MEI Conferences
Abstract:
This conference invites papers on new approaches to mineral processing circuits, whether through design, modelling, optimisation or operation. This includes integration of unit operations (e.g. comminution and flotation), novel flowsheets that incorporate new equipment and new approaches to optimising circuit design. It will cover: optimisation and integration across different unit operations, the integration of new equipment into existing flowsheets, circuit layout design; modelling and optimisation, and equipment selection methods.
Contact:
Phone: [004407980627075];     Email: amanda@min-eng.com
Topics:
mineral processing circuits, design, modelling, optimisation, comminution, flotation, flowsheets, circuit design, optimization, mining, mineral processing, extractive metallurgy
Event listing ID:
1588668
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Process Mineralogy '24
11 Nov 2024 - 13 Nov 2024 • Cape Town, South Africa
Organizer:
MEI Conferences
Abstract:
Process Mineralogy ’24 will deal with the following topics: Quantitative mineralogy, including both X-ray and Electron Beam Techniques, Geometallurgy, Ore characterisation, Mineral Liberation and Textural Analysis, Application of process mineralogy on site, Sampling and Statistics, and Advanced Process Control.
Contact:
Phone: [00447980627075];     Email: amanda@min-eng.com
Topics:
Quantitative mineralogy, X-ray, Electron Beam, Geometallurgy, Ore characterisation, Mineral Liberation, Textural Analysis, process mineralogy, Sampling, mineralogy, mining, mineral processing, extractive metallurgy
Event listing ID:
1588634
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Comminution '25
31 Mar 2025 - 03 Apr 2025 • Cape Town, South Africa
Organizer:
MEI Conferences
Abstract:
MEI's Comminution conferences are established as the main events for profiling cutting edge research and innovation in all aspects of crushing, grinding and ultrafine grinding in the minerals industry. We strongly encourage industrially based research papers showing the benefits of basing practical application on scientific rigour, such as the industrial validation of models and control techniques.
Contact:
Phone: [00447980627075];     Email: amanda@min-eng.com
Topics:
mining, mineral processing, extractive metallurgy, comminution, crushing, grinding
Event listing ID:
1588611
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