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Top 25 Downloaded SAIMM Papers

During the course of 2011 the SAIMM arranged access for all SAIMM members to the OneMine.org website that contains a large database of technical papers to be downloaded.

The list below shows the top 25 most downloaded SAIMM papers across the world for the period of 3 January 2010 until the 31st of August 2011.

OneMine's titles are published by societies and other not-for-profit organizational publishers which, until now, have been available only in printed form. OneMine provides integrated, cost-effective access to a thoroughly linked information resource of interrelated documents focused on the mining, mineral and exploration sciences. OneMine is unique in that it brings these sources into one search engine and location (www.onemine.org ).

Based on Document Downloads from 03/01/2010 through 08/31/2011 for SAIMM:

Title 

Organization 

Author(s) 

Download Count 

(6)Strategic And Tactical Mine Planning Components 

SAIMM 

Kear, R. M. 

84 

(10)Underground Haulage Selection: Shaft Or Ramp For A Small-Scale Underground Mine 

SAIMM 

Elevli, B. 

80 

(28)Some Observations Regarding SAG Milling 

SAIMM 

Lane, G. 

64 

How energy efficient is HPGR? 

SAIMM 

Michaelis, H. Von 

61 

Improving Fine Copper And Gold Flotation Recovery - A Plant Evaluation 

SAIMM 

Rivett, T. 

61 

Keynote Address: Lessons learned from the copper industry applied to gold extraction 

SAIMM 

Marsden, J. O. 

61 

Process Design Aspects At Bendigo Mining’s Gold Operations 

SAIMM 

McLean, E. J. 

60 

Cave Mining - The State Of The Art 

SAIMM 

Laubscher, D. H. 

59 

Project-Finance Risks - Due Diligence Matters 

SAIMM 

Tinsley, R. 

59 

A structured approach to the evaluation of the energy requirements of HPGR and SAG mill circuits in hard ore applications - Synopsis 

SAIMM 

Rosario, P. 

56 

A Back To Basics Approach To Mining Strategy Formulation 

SAIMM 

De Kock, P. 

54 

The Process Design Of Gold Leaching And Carbon-In-Pulp Circuits - Introduction 

SAIMM 

Stange, W. 

54 

HPGR FAQ - Synopsis 

SAIMM 

Morley, C. 

53 

Optimising Project Value And Robustness 

SAIMM 

Whittle, G. 

52 

Room and pillar mining in chrome and platinum mines 

SAIMM 

Lubbe, O. S.;Annandale, G.;van Wyk, J. W. 

52 

Gravity Circuit Optimisation Via Mathematical Modelling By Particle Size Classes 

SAIMM 

Grewal, Ishwinder;Fullam, Michael 

50 

Integration Of The Mining Plan In A Mining Automation System Using State-Of-The-Art Technology At De Beers Finsch Mine 

SAIMM 

Burger, D. J. 

49 

Sampling - A Critical Component To Gold Mining Project Evaluation 

SAIMM 

Dominy, S. C. 

49 

Determination Of Optimal Cut-Off Grade Policy To Optimize NPV Using A New Approach With Optimization Factor 

SAIMM 

Bascetin, A. 

48 

Elution behaviour of metals from carbon 

SAIMM 

Jeffrey, M. 

46 

Keynote Address: Newmont’s contribution to gold technology 

SAIMM 

Dunne, R. 

46 

Raise and Shaft Drilling, A Continuing Development 

SAIMM 

Robbins, Richard J. 

45 

Semi-autogeneous (SAG) milling 

SAIMM 

Brisden, W.K. 

44 

Recent Developments In Flotation Reagents To Improve Base Metal Recovery 

SAIMM 

Grobler, W. A.;Sondashi, S;Chidley, F. J. 

43 

Block Size Selection And Its Impact On Open-Pit Design And Mine Planning 

SAIMM 

Jara, R. M. 

42

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