Carbon Steel Futures
The relevance and application of textural information across the value chain
Changes in the iron ore industry have been a huge point of discussion over the last year. Read our wrap-up of the series and how we have identified challenges and solutions in iron ore processing.
Does low grade ore mean low performance?
If you’re a low grade ore producer, and beneficiation isn’t a viable option, what do you do? Learn how understanding the properties of your ore can help you maximise performance.
Improve lump/fines prediction by understanding porosity
Optimise your planning and predictions with a comprehensive study into your product. Partner with CSIRO to benefit from an increased understanding of ore pore structure.
Preparing for new and renewed challenges and implementing counter-strategies
Find out how CSIRO can help you improve your iron ore quality, to meet the increasing demand for higher-grade ore.
Optical image analysis for textural ore classification
Learn how you can use CSIRO’s Mineral4/Recognition4 Optical Image Analysis system for ore classification and gain more accurate details on ore texture.
The impact of short-term variability of deposits for iron ore processing
Uncover how you can minimise the effects of unexpected material variability in iron ore processing, and across the whole iron ore value chain.
Key Insights from the Iron Ore 2017 Conference
Keith Vining, CSIRO Carbon Futures team leader, gives his summary of the key industry insights he picked up from the Iron Ore 2017 conference in Perth.
Understanding iron ore analytical tools.
Understand the 7 iron ore analytical tools that will help you drive process efficiencies, reduce costs and optimise mine planning.
The impact of goethitic ore types across the value chain
Understanding the impact variation in both the chemical and physical properties of goethitic ore types can have on your production process can deliver benefits to your bottom line.