Optimising processes at pilot scale
Pilot scale facilities present a more accurate representation of process optimisation than other scale and modelling methods alone.
Complete value recovery
Many titano-magnetite ore producers risk economic instability by focusing operations on recovery of only one core mineral. Developing new processes for complete value recovery can increase the viability and longevity of an operation.
Overcoming inefficiencies in flash smelting
Flash smelters could now be at risk of decreased throughput, thanks to the rising complexity of feedstock. Discover how computer modelling can help you reduce inefficiency.
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.
Maximising value from waste materials
Waste accompanies mineral processing and product production.Extracting value from waste products, through recycling, re-processing and re-purposing, enables companies to manage waste production and stockpiling. Our high temperature modelling can help you achieve sustainable approaches to waste management and value recovery.
Heat transfer modelling
As high-quality ores are depleted, more metal smelters are having to smelt less desirable materials. Find out how you can optimise your smelting operations when using complex ores with CSIRO’s Heat Transfer Modelling.
Smelting process development
Developing high-temperature smelting processes can be difficult and expensive. Our multi-scale framework approach can help you test and scope the effects of your feedstock to make better decisions and streamline your process development.