The OPERATIONAL MODEL is a process engineering compendium that has been developed by Alexis Yovanovic since 1987 for several mineral processing mechanical operations. It establishes an analogy with chemical processes creating a new phenomenological interpretation for both the Comminution and the Concentration with Mineral Particles Transfer. The Operational Model defines how mineral particles would behave if they were molecules, always guiding them along the shortest path, just like the GPS for a driver.
A service for the Operational Control and Process Engineering support that uses information available at the plant to bring control to the plant floor and safety to the Managerial and Corporate Environments. This system is the last stage of a consulting project and becomes a customized software, exactly tailored to the needs of the operation.
MOPE has developed original techniques of SELECTIVE CONCENTRATION that drive to the best process route, both for new projects and to optimize plants in operation. The ore itself indicates its potentiality.
MOPENEWS, the MOPE newsletter, has been distributed to the mineral segment for many years and, currently, turned into almost mandatory reading for several subscribers around the world, especially in Brazil, Chile, the USA, Canada, Australia, Europe, and Latin America.
Unfortunately, due to the sanitary crisis and to the wrong management (in my personal opinion) that Codelco has been presenting in the last years, there is very […]
The theme of this editorial aims to help thinking about a better future for mining, taking into account its past. It is worth remembering that fifty years […]
The highest investment and operating costs are found in Concentration Plants, particularly in comminution and concentration operations. Given the fact that those plants process mineral particles (which […]
Tuesday 22 September 2020
Wednesday 23 September 2020
Water management is increasingly becoming a strategic business imperative within boardrooms across international mining organizations.
Water management is integral for mining success and for building a sustainable business. Investors, communities, governments and other industries are demanding that mining companies become more efficient at water reuse and water management.
The result is that water stewardship practices are more prevalent than ever before and that mining companies are working closely with communities to better access, preserve and treat water.
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Water in Mining 2020