Designed specifically for people with a basic understanding of comminution concepts and Moly-Cop Tools. This 2-day short course includes a detailed overview of the various theoretical and practical aspects related to the design and optimization of industrial grinding circuits. Starting from the classical comminution theories as proposed by Von Rittinger to the more general theories of Kick and Bond.
The course also focuses on detailed population balance grinding models. Further, some empirical hydroclassification models are also reviewed and proposed to be included in a wide variety of closed-circuit grinding simulators, ranging from the traditional conventional single stage to the more complex, multistage semiautogenous circuits. Each session of the short course contains several practical exercises (laboratories) so as to provide participants direct, hands-on experience the Moly-Cop Tools 3.0 software.
Moly-Cop Tools Course held in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
- Basic concepts and terminology.
- Classical comminution theories.
- Lab. #1: bond’s law applications
- The general grinding model.
- Empirical hydrocyclone models.
- Lab. #2: model calibration: mass balance and parameter estimation routines.
- Lab. #3: simulation of conventional grinding/classification circuits.
- Optimal classification efficiency: the ‘4th law’.
- Grinding media wear theory.
- Lab.#4: evaluation of alternative grinding media products.
- Optimal grinding media recharging practices.
- A semiautogenous grinding model.
- Lab. #5: Flowsheet analysis example
- Lunch, morning and afternoon tea
- Moly-Cop Tools software CD
- Moly-Cop Tools resources kit
- Certificate of completion
The course is free for existing Moly-Cop customers