The Circulating Load: Practical Mineral Processing Plant Design by an Old-time Ore Dresser
The Circulating Load: Practical Mineral Processing Plant Design by an Old-Time Ore Dresser is loaded with innovative ideas and practical solutions to some of the most troublesome day-to-day mineral processing operational challenges. From mess-free flooring systems to inventive crusher and conveyor system designs to time-saving quality control techniques, this references is full of fresh approaches to age-old problems that can inhibit mill operating performance.
Veteran metallurgical engineer Bob Shoemaker spent his 40-year career seeking out better ways to design and manage minerals processing operations. He visited dozens of plants throughout the world and witnessed some of the industry's best ingenuity at work. He also saw his share of mistakes.
Part engineering, part common sense, this treasure trove of tips and tricks presents new and smarter ways to manage minerals processing.
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