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Selected papers have been published in Volume 22 Number 11 (October 2009), a special Computational Modelling issue of Minerals Engineering. Papers can be viewed and downloaded via ScienceDirect.

 

The conference proceedings CD-ROM is available by emailing Jon Wills. The CD costs £55 which includes postage and contains the following papers:

 

A technical overview of thenewest modelling techniques available to the minerals industry
M. Slack (ANSYS UK Ltd, UK)

Computational fluid dynamics as a tool in developing new processes for the base metal industry
J. Sjöström and M. Lundqvist (MEFOS, Sweden)

CFD modelling of a circular electric smelting furnace in the platinum refining process
J.J. Bezuidenhout, J.J. Eksteen and S.M. Bradshaw (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)

DEM simulation of cake formation and growth in filtration
K.J. Dong et al (University of New South Wales, Australia) and G. Roach (Alcoa World Alumina, Australia)

CFD modelling of non-Newtonian flow in a mechanical flotation cell
C.W. Bakker, D. Deglon and C.J. Meyer (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Modelling heat transfer in the KK2 coal powder fired rotary kiln furnace at LKAB
M. Lundqvist, U. Sjöström (MEFOS, Sweden) and D. Marjavaara (LKAB, Sweden)

Mathematical modelling study of fluid flow and mixing in full scale gas stirred ladles
S.W.P. Cloete, J.J. Eksteen and S.M. Bradshaw (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)

CFD study of the effects of medium properties on dense medium cyclone operation
B. Wang, K.-W. Chu, A.B. Yu (University of New South Wales, Australia) and A. Vince (Elsa Consulting Group, Australia)

Effect of slurry flow on particle motion in IsaMill
C.T. Jayasundara, R.Y. Yang, B. Guo, A.B. Yu (University of New South Wales, Australia) and J. Rubenstein (Xstrata Technology, Australia)

CFD-DEM study of the effects of coal properties on the flow and performance of dense medium cyclones
K. Chu et al (University of New South Wales, Australia) and A. Vince (Elsa Consulting Group, Australia)

Incorporating shape in DEM simulation
G. Morrison et al (DebTech, South Africa) and M. Price (Cogency CC, South Africa)

Coupling EDEM with Easy5/ADAMS for dynamic particle-structure interaction
K.M. Ridgers (Esteq/VR Steel, South Africa)

Application of a bonded particle model with the Discrete Element Method
S. Cole, R.D. LaRoche and J. Favier (DEM Solutions Ltd., UK)

A multiphase model of the mineral density separator
N. Naude, A. Kolesnikov (University of Tshwane, South Africa) and L. Lorenzen (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)

An attempt to predict coal response to froth flotation based on group macerals and proximate analysis using regression and artificial neural networks
E. Jorjani et al (Islamic Azad University, Iran) and A. Sam et al (Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran)

Momentum coupling in flotation
G.A.Wierink and K. Heiskanen (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland)

Effect of turbulence models on prediction of fluid flow in an Outotec flotation cell
Jiliang Xia (Outotec Research Oy, Finland), A. Rinne, and S. Gronstrand (Outotec Oyj, Finland)

Simulation of particle flow on a muli-deck banana screen
K.J. Dong, A.B. Yu (University of New South Wales, Australia) and I. Brake (BHP Billiton-Mitsubishi Alliance, Australia)

Enhancement of classical hydrocyclone modelling using fine description of material
S. Brochot (Caspeo, France)

Determination of binding energies of platinum ions on functionalized activated carbons through density functional theory
H. Kasaini, J. Mphahlele (Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa) and K. Bolton (Goteburg University, Sweden)

Heat transfer during iron ore pellet induration – an experimental study and simulations
U. Sjöström, M. Lundqvist (MEFOS, Sweden) and D. Marjavaara (LKAB, Sweden)

Adsorption-desorption and chemisorption
J.H.P. Watson (University of Southampton, UK)

Thermodynamic modelling of the multiphase pyrometallurgical processing of electric arc furnace dust
C.A. Pickles (Queen’s University, Canada)

Mathematical modeling of the thermophilic bioleaching of chalcopyrite
J. Vilcáez and C. Inoue (Tohoku University, Japan)

Experimental and numerical investigations of blast furnace burden distribution
C.K. Ho et al (University of New South Wales, Australia) and S.T. Tsai (China Steel Corporation, Taiwan)

Phenomenological dynamic model for the hydrosizer
E. Crespo (Beralt Tin and Wolfram SA, Portugal)

 

 

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