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MEI Online: MEI Conferences: Ultrafine Grinding 06: Technical Programme

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June 12th

Technical Session 1- Stirred Mills

Introduction to Xstrata Technology
K. Barns (Xstrata Technology, Australia)

Stirring the pot: a new direction for IsaMilling
K. Barns and D. Curry (Xstrata Technology, Australia)

The Worlds first M10 000 IsaMill - operational experience at Anglo Platinumís WLTR project since commissioning in early 2003 and further development of the technology for future applications in platinum industry
C. Rule (Anglo Platinum Management Services, Souh Africa)

Introduction to Maelgwyn Minerals Services
M. Battersby (Maelgwyn Minerals Services Ltd, UK)

Economical ultra fine grinding technology - the Deswik Turbomicroniser mill
D. Erasmus, W. Erasmus (Deswik Pty Ltd, South Africa), M. Battersby and M. Fletcher (Maelgwyn Minerals Services Ltd, UK)

Some factors affecting grinding efficiency in stirred mills
J. Savage and D. Yan (WA School of Mines, Australia)

Introduction to Saint-Gobain Zirpro
P. Hassall (SEPR-Saint-Gobain Zirpro, UK)

Improving the efficiency of fine grinding- developments in ceramic media technology
B. Clermont (Magotteaux International, Belgium)

Comparison of ultrafine grinding technologies
J. Parry, B. Klein (University of British Columbia, Canada) and D. Lin (Teck Cominco Metals Ltd, Canada)

Plant concepts for ultrafine dry grinding with the agitated media mill MaxxMill
S. Gerl and J. Sachweh (Maschinenfabrik Gustav Eirich GmbH & Co. KG, Germany)


June 13th

Technical Session 2- Other UFG methods

Introduction to PMT-Jetmill
J. Roth (PMT-Jetmill GmbH, Austria)

New developments in filler micronization
J. Roth and V. Mayer (PMT-Jetmill GmbH, Austria)

Research into the comparative ultrafine production of kaolin in the Hicom Mill, against traditional production methods
A. McVeigh (Hicom International Pty Ltd, Australia)

Production of mechanically activated rock flour fertilizers by ultrafine grinding in planetary and nutating mills
R.A. Kleiv and M. Thornhill (NTNU, Norway)

Ultra-fine grinding of some oxides and non oxides materials using the planetary mill
M.k. Abd El-Rahman (CMRDI, Egypt) and R.K. Rajamani (University of Utah, USA)

The uniRim technology for ultra-fine grinding in a thin layer
I.M. Zhukovsky (Oy MicroWorld Ltd., Finland)

Mill media considerations for high energy mills
G.A. Graves (Zircoa, Inc., USA) and T. Boehm (Didier Werke AG, Germany)

Fine grinding in a horizontal ball mill
T. Partyka and D.Yan (WA School of Mines, Australia)

Afternoon tour of historic Camborne-Redruth Mining District



The preparation of titanium dioxide during production and special applications
U. Enderle (NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik GmbH, Germany)

Theory and practice, of continuous action, large scale, planetary centrifugal mills
E. Kuznezov and A.M. Chumokhvalov (Cyclotec/ Leotec Group, Russia)

Conventional clinker grinding - a new approach to the prediction of the power consumed
K.G. Tsakalakis (National Technical University of Athens, Greece)

Reduce the size of graphite particles into fine with flake shape while grinding proceeds
B.G. Kim et al (Korea Institute of Geoscience & Mineral Resources, Korea)



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