Processing of Industrial Minerals ’10 – Istanbul, 2010

Although there are many operations worldwide treating a wide range of industrial minerals, processing problems are often similar. The aim of this conference is therefore to bring together operators and scientists from apparently disparate fields, ranging from cement to potash processing and coal preparation, to discuss common problems encountered in comminution, classification, flotation, physical separation, dewatering and other areas. The conference will be held in the Old City, Istanbul/Turkey, from February 4–5, 2010. If you would like to present a paper, please submit a short abstract to bwills@min-eng.com.

 

Minerals Engineering International, Falmouth (UK),

Tel.: +44 7768-234-121, www.min-eng.com/pim10

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