Bibliography: Testwork programs

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Bibliography: Planning a Testwork Program

Quantities of tests

  1. Doll, A. & Barratt, D., Grinding: Why So Many Tests; Proceedings of the AGM of the Canadian Mineral Processors, Ottawa, Canada, 2011; Pages 537-556

Due diligence

  1. Angove, J. & Dunne, R., A Review of Standard Physical Ore Property Determinations; World Gold '97 Conference, Singapore, 1997; Pages 139 - 144
  2. Morrell, S., Getting Optimum Value from Ore Characterisation Programs in Design and Geometallurgical Projects Associated with Comminution Circuits; AusIMM Tenth Mill Operators' Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 2009; Pages 167-170

Geostatistics and Geometallurgy

  1. Preece, R., Use of Point Samples to Estimate the Spatial Distribution of hardness in the Escondida Porphyry Copper Deposit, Chile; Proceedings of SAG 2006 Conference; Vancouver, Canada; Pages IV-391 to IV-410
  • Significant observation: 125 metre "area of influence" of a hardness sample.
  • Significant observation: ball mill work index can be interpolated, SPI cannot be directly interpolated.
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