Sunday 7th Mar, 2021

Pneumatic conveying – a stepped approach

Pneumatic transport has become more popular due to its flexible line layout, product containment, and ease of automation. However, a…
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ASBSH Member Profile: Jayne O’Shea

In each issue,  ABHR profiles a member of the Australian Society for Bulk Solids Handling (ASBSH). We speak to Jayne…
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BULKtalk: Engineering inconsistency

Steve Davis, Senior Bulk Handling Expert at Advisian, explores the ins and outs of formatting engineering documents and why consistency…
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The CSIRO’s Team Leader of Verification Services in Infrastructure Technology has been appointed as the Chair of the Board of Standards Australia.

Standards Australia appoints new Chair

The CSIRO’s Team Leader of Verification Services in Infrastructure Technology has been appointed as the Chair of the Board of…
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Onyx Projects has used Rocky DEM, a high-fidelity particle simulation program, to design and troubleshoot transfer chutes for key clients in the mining sector.

Calibrating and validating iron ore fines with DEM

Onyx Projects has used Rocky DEM, a high-fidelity particle simulation program, to design and troubleshoot transfer chutes for key clients…
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Eastern Goldfields Railway upgrade complete

John Holland has upgraded one of Western Australia’s most critical pieces of infrastructure, the Eastern Goldfields Railway, the main interstate…
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Transfer chute analysis with discrete element and continuum modelling

Aspec Engineering’s Paul Munzenberger explains how to make the most of discrete element modelling and lumped mass continuum modelling when designing transfer chutes.

Kinder Australia is harnessing the power of engineering to solve its customers problems with new inventions and devices.

Practical problems push engineering forward

Kinder Australia is harnessing the power of engineering to solve its customers problems with new inventions and devices.