Thursday, 1 November 2012

Computational Modelling, and Physical Separation- Final Calls for Abstracts

Computational Modelling '13 and Physical Separation '13 will run back to back in Falmouth in June, and if you would like to present papers at either of these conferences, short abstracts must be submitted before the end of next month.

Coffee break at a Falmouth MEI Conference

Computational Modelling '13 is the 4th in the series and the aim of the conference is to bring together users and developers of computational modelling from academia and industry to share their knowledge and expertise. This conference is aimed at the full spectrum of people involved in computational modelling in minerals processing and materials handling, from model development, validation and all the way through to application.

Physical Separation '13 is the 3rd in the series and will bring together researchers and operators who have common interests in:
  • Gravity concentration methods - single and multi-G separators and dense medium separation
  • Classification techniques - hydrocyclones, air classifiers etc.
  • Solid-Liquid Separation - thickeners, clarifiers etc.
  • Papers dealing with magnetic separation, and electronic sorting, often utilised in conjunction with gravity concentration, are also welcome.
  • Microwave technology. There are many aspects of mineral processing where the use of microwaves has potential and papers dealing with the enhancement of physical processes by microwaves are encouraged.
 Cornwall, the “birthplace of modern mining”, is an appropriate place to hold such an event, as this was the first place in the world where physical separation methods were practiced on a large scale, and the programme will include a visit to the historic Camborne-Redruth copper and tin mining district, where ruins of 19th century ‘dressing floors’ can be explored.
Conference delegates at Bassett Mines near Camborne
This conference is sponsored by FLSmidth and Limn- the Flowsheet Processor, with media sponsors International Mining, and Industrial Minerals.

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