The inaugural Slurry Pipelines conference will bring together a panel of highly proficient experts in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of long distance mineral slurry pipelines. Hydraulic transport of mineral slurries have many applications in global mining and metallurgical operations. With an increasing number of Australian mining projects either planning for, or considering long distance slurry pipelines, the conference will allow attendees to learn from case studies of existing pipelines and assess the fundamentals of pre-concentration, rheology, flow data and dewatering.
Slurry transport is widely regarded as one of the most complex mining-related pumping activities due to the abrasive and corrosive nature of the materials transported. Systems are often plagued with high operational and maintenance costs and it is therefore essential for all involved in the sector to understand solid-liquid flows. The conference will, for the first time in Australia, allow you to join experts to gain the tools to decrease your capital and operating costs.
Call for Papers
If you are involved in the design, construction, operation or maintenance of long-distance slurry pipelines and would like to share your experience by delivering a case study at the conference, please contact the Conference Project Manager, Loic Beuzit on +61 2 9080 4031 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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