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Oct 14, 2020

Consortium seeks energy edge in coarse particle processing

Consortium seeks energy edge in coarse particle processing

A newly formed consortium of University of Queensland researchers and industry partners is targeting improved energy efficiency for mineral processing operations. The Collaborative Consortium for Coarse Particle Processing Research (CPR) will run initially for five years and will tackle multidisciplinary aspects of coarse particle processing such as flotation, comminution, classification, and equipment design and process…

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