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Codelco will soon commission the next great Chilean copper mine
Careful Monitoring: The Key to Pit-wall Safety
As mines get deeper, and economic pressures provide an incentive for steeper pit walls, the potential for instability increases. E&MJ looks at some of the systems that can help mine engineers keep an eye out for signs that all may not be well within the wall.
Mine Water Management: No Simple Recipe
Mining must become more adept at finding acceptable water-source solutions in an increasingly complex, thirsty world
Cost-efficient Transport for Open-pit Mines
An innovative technological approach to skip haulage could optimize costs and energy efficiency in hard rock mines
Is Your Business Safe from Metal Accounting Risks?
An automated, systematic approach is required to deliver comprehensive, timely and validated information
Vale Creates Super Hubs for Iron Ore Logistics
Using deep-water ports, Valemax vessels will lower iron ore shipping costs for Asian, Middle Eastern and European customers
Mine Utility Vehicles: Function Dictates Form
From tiny tracked machines no taller than a table to heavy haulers with light-touch ground pressure, a wide selection of vehicles is available for moving workers and supplies where they’re needed, underground or in rough terrain
Designing Superior Weighing Systems to Improve Safety and Control Costs
What design engineers need to know about measuring weight or force with load cells, load pins and tension links
Despite Challenging Conditions, Record Crowd Turns Up for PDAC 2013
Annual prospectors and developers convention showcases the best in Canada
Software designed for mining allow companies to do more with less — as in less time, money and labor
Pumps and Pipelines Keep Mines on the Move
From dewatering their workings to handling tailings from the mill, mines rely on pumps and pipework to keep fluids flowing.