They key to building better and more reliable plants is staying abreast of new technologies and equipment improvements.
Whether you’re an aspiring engineering student or a seasonaed practitioner, you won’t find a more comprehensive or more up-to-date resource than Recent Advances in Mineral Processing Plant Design.
A compilation of engaging and insightful papers from the prestigious 2009 Plant Design Symposium, the volume is a sequel to Mineral Processing Plant Design, Practice, and Control, an industry standard published in 2002.
Both books are indispensable texts for university-level instruction, as well as valuable guides for operators considering new construction, plant renovation, or expansion.
Inside you’ll find the latest thinking from around the world. These experts delve into every aspect of plant design from best practices of industry leaders to knowing “what not to do” to avoid expensive, time-consuming mistakes.
You’ll learn the role of innovation, how to finance and conduct feasibility studies, and how to reduce your plant’s carbon footprint. The latest developments concerning flotation, extractive metallurgy, crushing and grinding, separation processes, and process development are also discussed extensively. Case studies and plenary speakers highlight proces design concepts that work well and those that do not.
Recent Advances in Mineral Processing Plant Design is a practical, easy-to-use reference for students, engineers, consultants, suppliers, manufacturers, and anyone involved in the design or operation of a mineral processing plant.