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1
Excel VBA For Engineers — “Advanced Excel VBA For Engineers and Scientists” Short Course
26 Jun 2017 - 27 Jun 2017 • Vancouver, Canada
Abstract:
More than 90% of quantitative professionals (inclusive of Engineers, scientists and analysts) use Excel at a basic level. Yet possibly less than 10% would have received any guidance on how to use Excel effectively. Hence many professionals use Excel in a manner that much of their work is not shared effectively with their colleagues leading to a significant loss in productivity.

Indeed there are ‘Horror stories’ where poor Excel management has lead to millions of dollars in direct losses through wholesale loss of data and models.

The course focuses on providing a strategy to ensure that Excel is used efficiently. At the end of the course participants will be invited to estimate the efficiency gain that is provided by using the strategies of the course.

Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction to Excel 2.0 Introduction to VBA 3.0 Advanced Excel Concepts 4.0 Add-ins 5.0 Constructing a Flowsheet in Excel and Visio 6.0 Linking Flowsheets to Named Ranges 7.0 Linking Excel with a Database 8.0 Excel Add-ins that Increase Efficiency 9.0 Customising the Ribbon Interface 10.0 A General Excel Flowsheet Simulation System 11.0 Improving Your Own Workbooks
Event listing ID:
885353
2
Mass Balancing — ““Advanced Mass Balancing and Inference” Short Course
28 Jun 2017 - 29 Jun 2017 • Vancouver, Canada
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 The MIDAS Method/ the nine steps of plant optimisation 2.0 Introduction to Mass Balancing 3.0 Information Theory 4.0 Mass Balancing / Practical Example 5.0 Advanced Mass Balancing 6.0 Inference 7.0 Moving Forward
Event listing ID:
885428
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Uranium Processing — “Uranium Ore Processing” Short Course
18 Sep 2017 - 19 Sep 2017 • Vancouver, Canada
Abstract:
Uranium is known to occur in over 200 different minerals but most of these do not occur in deposits of sufficient grade to warrant economic extraction. Uranium ore can be extracted by open pit, underground or in-situ mining methods. Uranium mill process flowsheets and unit operations for yellow cake production vary based on chemical and mineralogical characteristics of the ore to be processed. Ore characteristics are a particularly important component of the understanding the process development. Numerous other factors such as geology, radiation safety, economics, geography, environment, and regulations can change the uranium ore processing technology selection criteria.
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction 2.0 Uranium Market and Trend 3.0 Mineralogy 4.0 Processing Characteristics of Uranium Ores 5.0 Beneficiation & Upgrading (Radiometric Ore Sorting, etc.) 6.0 Comminution (Crushing & Grinding) 7.0 Pre-treatment (Gravity Concentration & Flotation) 8.0 Uranium Leaching 9.0 Thickening, Filtration and Clarification (S/L Separation) 10.0 Solvent Extraction & Ion Exchange 11.0 Precipitation & Drying 12.0 Tailings Handling 13.0 Effluent Handling 14.0 Metallurgical Testwork 15.0 Flowsheet Development & Process Design 16.0 Radiation Safety 17.0 Economics 18.0 Recent Advances & Trends
Event listing ID:
885426
4
Gold Processing — “Gold Ore Processing” Short Course
21 Sep 2017 - 22 Sep 2017 • Vancouver, Canada
Abstract:
Gold is among the first metals used by man because it naturally occurs in its native state. Over the years different process flowsheets have been developed with the purpose of optimising gold extraction from a particular feed material using the most appropriate technology. Due to numerous factors ranging from technical e.g. geological, mineralogical, metallurgical and economical to non-technical such as geographical, environmental and political, diverse industrial flowsheet for gold production have been developed in different part of the world.
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction 2.0 Market & Economy 3.0 Mineralogy 4.0 Mineral Processing 5.0 Gravity Gold Recovery 6.0 Intensive Leaching 7.0 Cyanidation 8.0 Heap & Vat Leaching 9.0 Adsorption (CIL/CIP) 10.0 Refractory Ore Treatment 11.0 Gold Recovery – Precipitation, Stripping, Electrowinning 12.0 Other Treatment Methods 13.0 Metallurgical Testplans and Interpretation 14.0 Cyanide Management, Destruction and Effluent Treatment 15.0 Process Design and Flowsheets 16.0 Recent Advances
Event listing ID:
885445
5
Water & Waste Water Treatment — “Water Treatment & Management in Mining and Mineral Processing” Short Course
25 Sep 2017 - 26 Sep 2017 • Vancouver, Canada
Abstract:
Water is fundamental to mining and mineral industry and widely used for processing and treatment, heating, cooling, dust suppression, etc. Managing water and effluent discharge quality throughout the mine life is key to efficient mining and has a big role in mining environmental impact and footprint.

Treatment technologies often must deal with regulatory requirements, environmental sensitivity, social issues and conflicts and there are risks associated with each option. Mining companies must treat wastewater to highest standards, need to recycle and have commitment to sustainable water use.

In this course we introduce participants the basic concepts of available technologies and operations involved in treatment and managing water and waste water in mining and mineral industries.

Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction / Water Management Plan 2.0 Water and Process Solution Treatment in Mining & Mineral Industry 3.0 Treatment Technologies (Precipitation, Membrane, Biological, IX, Sorbent, Electrochemical, TSS Removal and pH Adjustment) 4.0 Treatment for Reuse (Grinding, Flotation, Reagent Makeup, Heap Leach Makeup, Cyanide Recovery, Boilers & Cooling Towers) 5.0 Treatment for Discharge (Sulphate, Heavy Metals, Se, Cyanide, TSS, pH, Biotoxicity) 6.0 Water Issues for Specific Industries (& Case Studies) 7.0 Post-Closure Mine Water Treatment 8.0 Risk Assessment & Decision Making 9.0 Challenges and Future Opportunities & Trends
Event listing ID:
885465
6
Excel VBA For Engineers — “Advanced Excel VBA For Engineers and Scientists” Short Course
12 Oct 2017 - 13 Oct 2017 • Toronto, Canada
Abstract:
More than 90% of quantitative professionals (inclusive of Engineers, scientists and analysts) use Excel at a basic level. Yet possibly less than 10% would have received any guidance on how to use Excel effectively. Hence many professionals use Excel in a manner that much of their work is not shared effectively with their colleagues leading to a significant loss in productivity. Indeed there are ‘Horror stories’ where poor Excel management has lead to millions of dollars in direct losses through wholesale loss of data and models. The course focuses on providing a strategy to ensure that Excel is used efficiently. At the end of the course participants will be invited to estimate the efficiency gain that is provided by using the strategies of the course.
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction to Excel 2.0 Introduction to VBA 3.0 Advanced Excel Concepts 4.0 Add-ins 5.0 Constructing a Flowsheet in Excel and Visio 6.0 Linking Flowsheets to Named Ranges 7.0 Linking Excel with a Database 8.0 Excel Add-ins that Increase Efficiency 9.0 Customising the Ribbon Interface 10.0 A General Excel Flowsheet Simulation System 11.0 Improving Your Own Workbooks
Event listing ID:
885418
7
Mass Balancing — “Advanced Mass Balancing and Inference” Short Course
15 Oct 2017 - 16 Oct 2017 • Toronto, Canada
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 The MIDAS Method/ the nine steps of plant optimisation 2.0 Introduction to Mass Balancing 3.0 Information Theory 4.0 Mass Balancing / Practical Example 5.0 Advanced Mass Balancing 6.0 Inference 7.0 Moving Forward
Event listing ID:
885438
8
Training — Practical Steel making and Casting
16 Oct 2017 - 17 Oct 2017 • Montreal, Canada
Abstract:
Manufacturing process in steel industry undergoing changes for making steel better and better in terms of quality, cost & efficiency. Advance melting techniques like Ladle Metallurgy play an important role in this direction. The focus is to get steel of higher strength/weight ratio along with longer life. This has enabled designer to make product with less section thickness for higher efficiency and less environmental pollution. This workshop has been designed to give insight of various steel making and casting processes from industry point of view. It covers evolution of various steel making processes, their operation and limitation and latest development on making clean steel through various secondary refining treatments. Continuous casting process is covered for making bloom and billet which are used in rolling mills for long and flat products. Steel Casting plays an important role and cast products are integral part in all industries. Manufacturing of steel castings, particularly resin bonded sand casting process is covered to get insight of casting processes. For better understanding of steelmaking and casting process, some important fundamental metallurgical concepts are also covered along with examples.
Contact:
Phone: [6138301760];     Email: eduinsight@iaemm.com
Topics:
Steel, iron, casting, steel making, metallurgy, Ladle Metallurgy, rolling mills
Event listing ID:
914831
Related subject(s):
9
Metallurgical Testwork — “Metallurgical Testwork, Interpretation & Process Design” Short Course
19 Oct 2017 - 20 Oct 2017 • Vancouver, Canada
Abstract:
The metallurgical testwork program is generally the most important critical path item for process design of a circuit and if it is not implemented in a well-structured and framed way by an experienced subject matter expert it can become the main reason of a mining project fatal flow. Not two ore bodies are the same. Although development of a suitable process flowsheet to treat an orebody appears to be a relatively straightforward, selecting the optimum process whilst maintaining the maximum recovery and revenue is a complex task. Aspects of metallurgical test program ranging from initial sample selection and ore characterisation to understand metallurgical response of an ore to complex pilot tests. It is necessary to develop metallurgical testplan that can cater for the variability in the orebody, whilst still providing optimum economics on the majority of the process plant feed.
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction 2.0 Metallurgical Testplan, Sample Selection, Assay & Mineralogy 3.0 Feasibility Study and Process Design 4.0 Comminution Testwork (Type, definition and sample requirements) 5.0 Gravity Concentration Testwork 6.0 Leaching Testwork 7.0 Flotation Testwork 8.0 Thickening and Filtration Testwork 9.0 Solvent Extraction Testwork 10.0 Magnetic Separation Testwork 11.0 Typical Base Metal and Gold Metallurgical Testwork 12.0 Typical Iron ore Testwork 13.0 Variability & Pilot Testing 14.0 Metallurgical Testwork, Scale up, Risks & Mitigations
Event listing ID:
885402
10
Water & Waste Water Treatment — “Water Treatment & Management in Mining and Mineral Processing” Short Course
22 Oct 2017 - 23 Oct 2017 • Toronto, Canada
Abstract:
Water is fundamental to mining and mineral industry and widely used for processing and treatment, heating, cooling, dust suppression, etc. Managing water and effluent discharge quality throughout the mine life is key to efficient mining and has a big role in mining environmental impact and footprint.
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction / Water Management Plan 2.0 Water and Process Solution Treatment in Mining & Mineral Industry 3.0 Treatment Technologies (Precipitation, Membrane, Biological, IX, Sorbent, Electrochemical, TSS Removal and pH Adjustment) 4.0 Treatment for Reuse (Grinding, Flotation, Reagent Makeup, Heap Leach Makeup, Cyanide Recovery, Boilers & Cooling Towers) 5.0 Treatment for Discharge (Sulphate, Heavy Metals, Se, Cyanide, TSS, pH, Biotoxicity) 6.0 Water Issues for Specific Industries (& Case Studies) 7.0 Post-Closure Mine Water Treatment 8.0 Risk Assessment & Decision Making 9.0 Challenges and Future Opportunities & Trends
Event listing ID:
885519
11
Training — Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgists
23 Oct 2017 - 24 Oct 2017 • Montreal, Canada
Abstract:
Metals and alloys are used in a great variety of applications. Understanding how metals behave and how they can be obtained by processing raw materials is valuable to employees in this area. Extraction of metals applying various technologies, including physical separation, hydrometallurgy, pyrometallurgy and electrometallurgy . Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgists Workshop is an important learning platform where a comprehensive overview of metallurgy and advances in the field are shared among the participants both formally and informally. This course provides important, practical knowledge to the non-metallurgist. The objective of the course is to provide a comprehensive overview of the subject ranging from topics relevant to conventional or modern technology.
Contact:
Phone: [6138301760];     Email: Eduinsight@iaemm.com
Topics:
Metallurgy, hydrometallurgy, pyrometallurgy, electrometallurgy, mineral processing, melting, metals
Event listing ID:
914854
Related subject(s):
12
Gold Processing — “Gold Ore Processing” Short Course
16 Nov 2017 - 17 Nov 2017 • Toronto, Canada
Abstract:
Gold is among the first metals used by man because it naturally occurs in its native state. Over the years different process flowsheets have been developed with the purpose of optimising gold extraction from a particular feed material using the most appropriate technology. Due to numerous factors ranging from technical e.g. geological, mineralogical, metallurgical and economical to non-technical such as geographical, environmental and political, diverse industrial flowsheet for gold production have been developed in different part of the world.
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction 2.0 Market & Economy 3.0 Mineralogy 4.0 Mineral Processing 5.0 Gravity Gold Recovery 6.0 Intensive Leaching 7.0 Cyanidation 8.0 Heap & Vat Leaching 9.0 Adsorption (CIL/CIP) 10.0 Refractory Ore Treatment 11.0 Gold Recovery – Precipitation, Stripping, Electrowinning 12.0 Other Treatment Methods 13.0 Metallurgical Testplans and Interpretation 14.0 Cyanide Management, Destruction and Effluent Treatment 15.0 Process Design and Flowsheets 16.0 Recent Advances
Event listing ID:
885400
13
Uranium Processing — “Uranium Ore Processing” Short Course
20 Nov 2017 - 21 Nov 2017 • Toronto, Canada
Abstract:
Uranium is known to occur in over 200 different minerals but most of these do not occur in deposits of sufficient grade to warrant economic extraction. Uranium ore can be extracted by open pit, underground or in-situ mining methods. Uranium mill process flowsheets and unit operations for yellow cake production vary based on chemical and mineralogical characteristics of the ore to be processed. Ore characteristics are a particularly important component of the understanding the process development. Numerous other factors such as geology, radiation safety, economics, geography, environment, and regulations can change the uranium ore processing technology selection criteria.
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction 2.0 Uranium Market and Trend 3.0 Mineralogy 4.0 Processing Characteristics of Uranium Ores 5.0 Beneficiation & Upgrading (Radiometric Ore Sorting, etc.) 6.0 Comminution (Crushing & Grinding) 7.0 Pre-treatment (Gravity Concentration & Flotation) 8.0 Uranium Leaching 9.0 Thickening, Filtration and Clarification (S/L Separation) 10.0 Solvent Extraction & Ion Exchange 11.0 Precipitation & Drying 12.0 Tailings Handling 13.0 Effluent Handling 14.0 Metallurgical Testwork 15.0 Flowsheet Development & Process Design 16.0 Radiation Safety 17.0 Economics 18.0 Recent Advances & Trends
Event listing ID:
885392
14
Mineral Processing — “Mineral Processing for non-mineral Processors” Short Course
08 Dec 2017 • Toronto, Canada
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction & Definitions 2.0 Crushing 3.0 Grinding 4.0 Screening and Classification 5.0 Gravity Concentration (& Dense Media Separation) 6.0 Flotation 7.0 Ore Sorting, Electrostatic and Magnetic Separation 8.0 Leaching 9.0 Solvent Extraction and Electrowinning 10.0 Filtering & Dewatering 11.0 Thickening 12.0 Tailings Disposal and Management 13.0 Recent Trends and Advances
Event listing ID:
885528
15
Mineral Processing — “Mineral Processing for non-mineral Processors” Short Course
11 Dec 2017 • Vancouver, Canada
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction & Definitions 2.0 Crushing 3.0 Grinding 4.0 Screening and Classification 5.0 Gravity Concentration (& Dense Media Separation) 6.0 Flotation 7.0 Ore Sorting, Electrostatic and Magnetic Separation 8.0 Leaching 9.0 Solvent Extraction and Electrowinning 10.0 Filtering & Dewatering 11.0 Thickening 12.0 Tailings Disposal and Management 13.0 Recent Trends and Advances
Event listing ID:
885507

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