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|Processing of primary and secondary materials, especially minerals, ores and cement
• New developments in flow sheets of crushing/grinding circuits.
• Improvement of classification steps in grinding circuits.
• Fine/ultrafine wet/dry grinding and classification
• Improving energy efficiency.
• Steady state/Dynamic simulation of comminution circuits.
• Comminution and classification in recycling processes.
|Grinding, dispersing and classification of fine particles, particularly in, food, pharmaceutical, chemical and electronic industries
• Dry/Wet fine and ultra fine milling and classification of organic and inorganic materials
• Dispersion of nano and submicron particles
• Wear of internal parts and product contamination
• Processing of battery materials
• Grinding additives/aids, strength improvers in cement/concrete.
• Protein shifting, grinding of cereals and wheat
|New and non-classical applications as well as new developments of milling machines and mill periphery
• Mechanofusion and mechanochemical effects in mills
• Processing of renewable raw materials and fibres
• Non mechanic milling methods
• New mill and classifier designs
• Inline and online measurement devices
• Handling of particles for milling processes (e.g. API)
|Fundamentals, modelling and simulation of particle breakage as well as of grinding and classification processes
• The applications of CFD, DEM, FEM modelling approaches in comminution circuits.
• Particle tracking in milling/classification circuits.
• Fracture of particles and aggregates: mechanical deformation, defects in particles and aggregates, contact and material models
• Energy signature – the underlying relationship between energy and fracture
|Industrial comminution practices-mining
• Flow sheet developments Energy benchmarking
• Feasibility of the comminution circuits
• Provided solutions in the existing flow sheets
• Economy of the comminution circuits
• Water recovery/consumption