Sunday 26th Sep, 2021
Segregation issues can be complex, often requiring tailored solutions. Preventing segregation during vessel filling can be challenging. Jie Guo and Corin Holmes explain how mass flow can be established during discharge, and the associated problems can be mitigated or eliminated.

Segregation and stratification in granular mixtures

Segregation issues can be complex, often requiring tailored solutions. Preventing segregation during vessel filling can be challenging. Jie Guo and…
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Supporting software for simulation

Peter Rizkalla, LEAP Australia’s Product Manager of Rocky DEM, explains how the program can be combined with other software to…
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Hook, line and clinker: Ahrens deliver complete project solution for Boral

Boral has selected construction, engineering and mining services company Ahrens to deliver a clinker storage facility in Geelong, due its…
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Kilic and Kinder grow together

Kilic Engineering has saved money, time and stress thanks to Kinder Australia’s complete conveyor solutions. When delivering machinery to the…
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Are tailing dams still viable?

Tailing dams have been an essential part of the minerals extraction process. However, history shows that serious environmental and safety…
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Condition rating system for structural integrity

Inspection is required to determine the physical condition of a structure. Effective inspection programs play a significant role in minimising…
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What are the most common silo design pitfalls?

Enes Kaya, a Project Engineer at Jenike & Johanson, explains how to avoid some common mistakes in silo design. From…
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Using jackets for offshore berth construction

Richard Morgan, Director of Aspec Engineering, and Daniel Squires, Director of Rendel Limited, examine design considerations for offshore marine bulk…
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