Reminder: Adelaide Branch – Digital Tech Talk: Integration of SX and IX in Future Honeymoon Operations
Hear insights into problem solving in hydrometallurgical design and considerations in uranium ISR project development
Date: Thursday 28 May 2020
Time: 12.00 pm – 1.00 pm (ACST)
Digital Tech Talk: Online
Presenter: Bryn Jones, Technical Director – Boss Resources
Please note: Registrants who cannot join the webinar at the scheduled time will receive a link to the recording to watch at a later time convenient to them.
This event is brought to you by the AusIMM Adelaide Branch, our 2020 Branch Partners of Bureau Veritas & OZ Minerals, our 2020 Technical Lunch Partner, Thermo Fisher Scientific, and is worth 1 PD hour.
Please come and join guest speaker Bryn Jones, Technical Director – Boss Resources, as he presents his talk titled “Integration of SX and IX in future Honeymoon Operations” at the AusIMM Adelaide Branch May Technical Event.
Prior to Bryn’s talk, we will hear a short presentation from Michael Phillips, SAusIMM, final year student at The University of Adelaide studying a Double Degree in Chemical Engineering and Finance. Michael will be presenting work from his final year project titled ‘In-Situ Density Measurement of Liquid Emulsion Explosives’. Michael is also the recipient of an EEF Premium Scholarship as well as the Sir Frank Espie/Rio Tinto Leadership Award for 2020.
Bryn & Michael kick off our new and exciting digital tech talk series for 2020 with the Branch’s first live webinar. This new platform will allow all Members, non-members and students the flexibility of attending from home or workplace, with the opportunity for questions at the end of the presentation. Please join us for what is to be another great technical event – delivered differently.
Digital Tech Talk Overview
Supported by ANSTO, Groundwater Science and Inception Consulting Engineers, Boss Resources has embarked on a series of technical projects aimed at demonstrating the Project’s capability to meet its export permit production capability. One of the key challenges faced in the design of the Honeymoon restart process was the integration of the newly established resin ion exchange (IX) circuit with the previously operated solvent extraction circuit and precipitation circuits.
Adelaide-based Bryn Jones (MMinEng) is an industrial chemist and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM), with more than 20 years of experience in the Australian uranium industry. He has worked in all aspects of the mining cycle, particularly in uranium in-situ recovery (ISR) and mine development and production.
Branch Partners 2020
Technical Lunch Partner 2020
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