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Molienda 1 – Principios fundamentales es un curso dirigido a ingenieros de procesos, operadores de molino y estudiantes de procesamiento de minerales. Éste es el primero de una serie de tres cursos de ingeniería de molienda desarrollado por Metso Performance Solutions. los otros títulos de la serie son Molienda 2 – Operación de unidades y Molienda 3 - Circuitos. Entre las materias que aborda este curso están: aspectos básicos del procesamiento de minerales, partículas, pulpas, conminución, clasificación, dinámicas, física y seguridad general en la molienda. En los últimos años, la industria dedicada al procesamiento de minerales ha disminuido su fuerza laboral, ha instalado nueva tecnología con equipos más grandes y ha automatizado gran parte de la planta, con el objetivo de aumentar la productividad y el desempeño y de mantener los costos operacionales en un mínimo. Como resultado de estas iniciativas, hoy en día el operador se ve enfrentado a tomar decisiones nuevas y mejor informadas. Para cumplir las necesidades de capacitación a nivel de operación de molinos, Metso Performance Solutions ha creado un Programa Automatizado de Capacitación para Operadores de Molinos. El programa completo incluye una serie de cursos de procesamiento de minerales para operadores de molinos e ingenieros de procesos en Molienda y Flotación. Estos cursos han sido adaptados para ser presentados a través del sitio Web de Edumine (en info@metso.com podrá obtener detalles). Un operador bien entrenado se traducirá en mayor rentabilidad, mayor producción, operaciones más seguras, mejor presencia anímica, mejores leyes y recuperación y comunicaciones más fluidas. Duration 11 horas Access 90 Days Category Mineral Processing Level Specialize Version Date   31 de agosto de 2012   ​Need to train a team? Whether you're looking for a customized training program or developing a team, we have enterprise solutions to fit your needs. Learn More   Authors Metso Performance Solutions Traducción al español La traducción de este curso al español ha sido auspiciada por AngloGold Ashanti - La Colosa.   Read More

El curso "Molienda 2 - Operaciones unitarias" está dirigido a ingenieros de procesos, operadores de molinos y estudiantes. Este es el segundo curso de una serie de tres cursos sobre teoría y práctica de molienda de Metso Performance Solutions. Los otros dos cursos son "Molienda 1 - Principios fundamentales" y "Molienda 3 - Circuitos". Los temas abarcados incluyen: molinos de tambor, ciclones, trituradores de cono, harneros vibradores y equipos auxiliares. En años recientes, la industria de procesamiento de minerales ha reducido su fuerza laboral y ha instalado nuevas tecnologías con equipos más grandes y ha incorporado la automatización en toda la planta; todo esto en un esfuerzo para mejorar la productividad y el desempeño y minimizar los costos operativos. Como consecuencia de estas acciones, el operador debe tomar más decisiones informadas. Para satisfacer las necesidades educacionales al nivel de operación del molino, Metso Performance Solutions ha desarrollado un programa computacional de educación para el operador del molino. El programa completo incluye una serie de cursos de procesamiento de minerales para operadores del molino e ingenieros de procesos en molienda y floración, los cuales se han adaptado a cursos en línea de Edumine (detalles disponibles en info@metso.com). Contar con operadores bien capacitados significa una mayor rentabilidad, mayor rendimiento, mayor confianza, mejor grado y recuperación y mejor comunicación. Authors Metso Performance Solutions   Duration 15 horas Access 90 Days Category Mineral Processing Level Specialize Version Date   10 de diciembre de2013   ​Need to train a team? Whether you're looking for a customized training program or developing a team, we have enterprise solutions to fit your needs. Learn More Read More

El curso "Molienda 3 - Circuitos" está diseñado para ingenieros de procesos, operadores de molinos y estudiantes y es el tercero de una serie de tres cursos sobre teoría y práctica de molienda diseñados por Metso Performance Solutions. Los temas abarcados incluyen aspectos básicos de los circuitos de molienda, circuitos de molinos AG y SAG, y circuitos de molinos de bolas y de barras. En años recientes, la industria de procesamiento de minerales ha disminuido su fuerza de trabajo y ha instalado nuevas tecnologías con equipos más grandes y ha incorporado automatización a nivel de la planta, todo esto con miras a aumentar la productividad y el desempeño, al tiempo que se mantienen los costos operativos al mínimo. Como consecuencia, ahora el operador debe tomar más y mejores decisiones informadas. Para satisfacer las necesidades educacionales al nivel de operación de molinos, Metso Performance Solutions ha desarrollado un Programa Computarizado de Educación para el Operador de Molinos (Computer Based Mill Operator Education Program). El programa completo incluye un conjunto de cursos de procesamiento de minerales para operadores de molinos en Molienda y Flotación, los cuales han sido adaptados para su presentación en la red en Edumine (detalles disponibles en info@metso.com). Operadores bien capacitados son sinónimo de ganancias más altas, más rendimiento, operaciones más seguras, mayor confianza, mejor ley y recuperación y una mejor comunicación. Traducción al español La traducción de este curso al español ha sido auspiciada por AngloGold Ashanti - La Colosa. Authors Metso Performance Solutions   Duration: 9 Hours Access: 90 Days Category: Mineral Processing Level: Specialize Version Date: Diciembre 1, 2014   ​Need to train a team? Whether you're looking for a customized training program or developing a team, we have enterprise solutions to fit your needs. Learn More Read More

On a day to day basis, there are many pieces of equipment traveling throughout a work site. In order to keep traffic flow moving smoothly and job productivity high, someone needs to be responsible for maintaining the condition of the road. And that job belongs to the grader operator. This course is designed to help you become a skilled, productive, and safe grader operator. As you work through this course, you'll learn about the machine, how it works, and how to inspect it. You'll also learn how to control and operate the grader, including the fundamentals of blading roads and spreading material.   Author Vista Training Duration: 2 Hours Access: 90 Days Category: Operations Level: Specialize Version:  v3.0.0LVH5           Overall Course Specifications: Estimated length of training program: 1- 2 hours + final test Number of test questions: 21 Printable Certificate of Completion: Yes Final Exam Feedback report: Yes   Need to train a team? Whether you're looking for a customized training program or developing a team, we have enterprise solutions to fit your needs. Learn More Read More

Who Should Participate? People active in the design and operation of surface mines for coal and other bedded materials such as china clay, phosphate, tar sands, uranium, etc. People who prepare reclamation plans for these mines. Similarly, people who prepare permit applications and environmental impact assessments for these mines. Environmental resources and reclamation managers What You Will Learn Part 1 provides an introduction and glossary of terms. Part 2 discusses the "Nature of coal-mine overburden," including distribution of coal fields in North America, the kinds of sedimentary strata found typically above and below the coal, the connection between the depositional environment and the types of contaminants found in the overburden, and the connection between rhealogical changes when the overburden is submerged in a groundwater regime and the rock types. In Part 3 we look at "Overburden Analysis" and the kinds of tests that can be used to predict contamination and rhealogical changes. Part 4 looks at "Potential reclamation problems from routine overburden handling," which is a catalog of potential problems and is meant to reinforce the need for good planning of overburden handling. Part 5 goes over the process of "Disposal of inimical material," which is often essential to the economic success of a surface mine but can lead, if done haphazardly, to the need for almost perpetual care and treatment of discharged waters. In Part 6 we get to the heart of the course, for which the earlier materials provide the foundation, "Improved handling techniques of surface coal-mine overburden." Examples are presented and diagnosed for each of the major coal surface-mining geometries. Part 7 - Conclusions reviews the major parts of the course and suggests that individual designs, responsive to the goals of the course, may need to be tested on sophisticated mine-design software to optimize production before buying capital goods. Authors Lee Saperstein Duration 12 Hours Access 90 Days Category Mining Level Specialize Version Date May 16, 2013 Need to train a team? Whether you're looking for a customized training program or developing a team, we have enterprise solutions to fit your needs. Learn More Read More

Practical Geostatistics 2000 - 1: Classical Statistics is the first of a set of two courses. The companion course is Practical Geostatistics 2000 - 2: Spatial Statistics. These courses are based on over 40 years of teaching statistics and geostatistics to mining engineers, geologists, hydrologists, soil scientists, climatologists, plus the occasional geographer, pattern recognition expert, meteorologist, statistician, and computer scientist. Even, on one occasion, an accountant. Over those years, we have endeavoured to pare away all extraneous mathematics and concentrate on intuitive derivations where possible. Readers interested in rigorous mathematical proofs are urged to stop here and turn to the more theoretically based material (a comprehensive bibliography is included). This course is not intended to turn out fully-fledged geostatisticians. It is intended for people with problems to be solved which can be assisted by a geostatistical approach. To benefit from this course you need to be fairly comfortable with basic algebra. That is, with the notion of using symbols as shorthand for longer statements. We have worked hard to bring you consistent notation throughout the course. Where notation is out of our control, we explain carefully what each symbol stands for and try not to use that symbol for anything else. Calculus—differentiation and integration—is discussed at various points in the text. The reader is not expected to do any calculus (as such) but is expected to know that the differential of x squared is 2x. The only other complication is the frequent use of simultaneous equations. We tend not to use matrix algebra in this course but will give the matrix form after explanations have been given in simple algebra. For example, linear regression is easier to understand if developed with algebra, but very simple to implement in spreadsheets if matrices are used. If we haven't scared you off yet, be reassured by the fact that all the analyses are illustrated with real data sets in full worked examples. Data sets and software can be downloaded from Ecosse Geostatistics. There are also exercises for you to try. Answers are available for you to check your results. Most of these exercises have been collected and used in classes or examinations at Final (Senior) Year and Master's levels. It is our own fundamental regret that this course cannot contain the jokes, anecdotes and sheer fun that we have giving the course in person. We do advise you, however, to keep your sense of humour and common sense at all times while taking this course.The principal topics covered by this course include... Why a Statistical Approach? The Normal (Gaussian) Distribution The Lognormal Distribution (and Variants) Discrete Statistics Testing Hypotheses Relationships The course comprises 24 viewing sessions, each of approximately 60 minutes duration, plus supporting figures, tables, worked examples, references and appendices, and interactive reviews that confirm your achievement of the learning objectives.The above picture is attributed to USACE HQ. This is a premium course which has been peer-reviewed by a committee appointed by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) and the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration (SME). Authors Isobel Clark William Harper   Duration: 25 Hours Access:  90 Days Category: Exploration Level: Exploration Version Date: January 27, 2014   ​Need to train a team? Whether you're looking for a customized training program or developing a team, we have enterprise solutions to fit your needs. Learn More Read More

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