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This library contains Orica Mining Services published Conference Papers and Case Studies in downloadable PDF format.

 

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Wireless Initiation - Enabling New Methods to reduce dilution
Wireless Initiation - Enabling New Methods to reduce dilution
15/11/2018

This is a case study detailing the application of the temporary rib pillar (TRP) method using WebGen™ to reduce dilution at the Musselwhite Mine, located in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. The mine is 100% owned and operated by Goldcorp Inc. and produces 265,000 ounces of gold per annum.

Vibration Management in Close Proximity Blasting - Callide Coal Mine
27/08/2018

Batchfire’s Callide Coal Mine in Central Queensland is an open-cut operation located 120km southwest of Gladstone and 20km northeast of the township of Biloela. The mine produces approximately 12 million tonnes per year of low sulphur, sub-bituminous thermal coal for both domestic power generation and export. Site uses conventional open cut mining methods, utilising two draglines, haul trucks and excavator fleets.

IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY AND REDUCED COST THROUGH FLEXIGEL™
27/08/2018

Tata Steel, West Bokaro is located in the central portion of west Bokaro coal field and administratively, it falls in the kedla block of Ramgarh district, Jharkhand India. Tata Steel owns two mines, namely Quarry SEB and Quarry AB, which operate shovel – dumper combination for overburden removal.

Case Study_Boral Orange Grove Construction Blasting
Case Study_Boral Orange Grove Construction Blasting
05/03/2018

Originally installed in the 1960’s, the Orange Grove crusher was being monitored for several structural and electrical issues and as a result, a business case was put together to replace the entire crushing and screening circuit.

Optimising Fragmentation using Fracture Amplified Seismic Timing (FAST)
19/12/2017

Boral’s Orange Grove quarry commenced production in 1962 and produces aggregates of various grades, gabion stone, road base and rail ballast. The quarry covers an area of approximately 56 ha and is located in a semi-rural area at the foot of the Darling Scarp near Perth, Western Australia.

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