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Professor Tim Napier Munn has been making sense of mineral processing data for over 40 years. He has extensive experience in mineral industry statistics and experimental design, both as a practitioner and as a teacher.

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Statistical methods for mineral engineers how to design

Get this from a library Statistical methods for mineral engineers how to design experiments and analyse data. [Tim Napier Munn; Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre.] Written by a mineral engineer for mineral engineers, and packed with real world examples, this book de mystifies the statistics that most of us learned at university and then forgot.

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Book review Statistical Methods for Mineral Engineers

Statistical Methods for Mineral Engineers is the latest release in the high quality JKMRC monograph series in mining and mineral processing. P rofessor Tim Napier Munn has had a distinguished career in mineral processing operations and research, and received the AusIMM Presidents Award in 2011 for services to the industry.. This book builds on the successful course in Comparative Statistics

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New book demystifies statistics for mining industry engineers

A new book by well known mining industry consultant and academic, Professor Tim Napier Munn aims to demystify statistics and show how simple statistical methods can be used to make good mining decisions. The book, Statistical Methods for Mineral Engineers

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Tim Napier Munn Emeritus Professor JKMRC, University

View Tim Napier Munns profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Tim has 6 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Tims

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Professor Tim Napier Munn Associate Director PETRA

Tims research and consulting interests are in the modelling and simulation of mineral processes, physical processing such as dense medium separation and hydrocyclones, comminution, diamond processing, data analytics, statistical methods applied to mineral processing, technology transfer and research management.

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Detecting performance improvements in trials with time

Mineral processing engineers often conduct trials to improve the performance of their plants. A common problem in such trials is detecting real but relatively small improvements or changes in process performance against a background of very noisy data.

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Evaluation of new collectors for silica/glass sand and

Evaluation of new collectors for silica/glass sand and statistical analysis of plant trials It is shown that metal recovery in mineral processing plants is often linearly correlated with feed

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Metallurgists Need Statistics

Metallurgists Need Statistics like Pharmaceutical Researchers need Chemistry. See, pharmaceutical manufacturers conduct clinical trials in which new medicines are tested on volunteers to evaluate efficacy and safety. These trials are conducted according to strict statistical protocols that are internationally mandated by government regulation.

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MEI Blog Statistics the key to good science

Jan 19, 20150183;32;Written by a mineral engineers for mineral engineers, Statistical Methods for Mineral Engineers (How to Design Experiments and Analyse Data) is packed with real world examples, and de mystifies the statistics that most of us learned at university and then forgot. It shows how simple statistical methods, most of them available in Excel, can be used to make good decisions in the face of

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Mineral Processing Technology An Introduction to the

Mineral Processing Technology An Introduction to the Practical Aspects of Ore Treatment and Mineral Recovery, Preface to 7th Edition. Paolo Palma Torriani. Download with Google Download with Facebook or download with email.

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Tim Napier Munn Emeritus Professor JKMRC, University

View Tim Napier Munns profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Tim has 6 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Tims

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Integrated Approaches for the Study of Real Mineral

It is more common than not, for mineral processing studies to proceed via the examination of model flotation systems with the resulting data often lacking statistical verification. The resultant concentrates and tails may then be subjected to a restricted range of analyses, for diagnosis of the flotation behavior variations observed, that themselves bias the outcomes.

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Sustainable Minerals Institute University of Queensland

With an outstanding international reputation as an innovator in mining and mineral processing research, the JKMRC is noted for the widespread use of its research outcomes by industry. It is the largest Australian research centre in this field and collaborates with major mining and mineral processing research groups worldwide.

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Webinar Reminder The Drunken Mans Lamp Post why

Tim has published over 150 papers and articles, and was editor of the JKMRC Blue Book on comminution (1996) and the 7th Edition of Wills Mineral Processing Technology (2006). He has delivered professional development courses on Statistics for Mineral Engineers around the world for over 20 years, and in 2014 published a book on the subject.

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40 Years of Mineral Processing Technology SciTech Connect

Its hard to believe that 40 years ago I was hard at work writing the first edition of Mineral Processing Technology, and 40 years later Jim Finch and his team at McGill have just finished putting together the updated 8th edition, due on the shelves in October.. Its also hard to believe that all this came about by chance writing a text book was the last thing on my mind when I took up my

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Innovation in mineral processing distinguished past and

Innovation in mineral processing distinguished past and uncertain future By Tim Napier Munn FAusIMM(CP), Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland

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Detecting performance improvements in trials with time

Mineral processing engineers often conduct trials to improve the performance of their plants. A common problem in such trials is detecting real but relatively small improvements or changes in process performance against a background of very noisy data.

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Mineral Liberation an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Area analysis produces a mineral map of the measured sample surface and a set of mineral statistics, such as mineral liberation and association and grain size distribution, etc. This type of analysis starts with BSE image acquisition and based on the gray level variation in the image determines possible mineral grain domains for X ray

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New Statistics Book for Mining Industry Launched MINING.COM

Well known mining industry consultant and academic, Professor Tim Napier Munn, officially launched his new book, Statistical Methods for Mineral Engineers How to Design Experiments and Analyse Data, at an event hosted by JKTech, the Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre (JKMRC) and the Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI) on 26 February.

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Integrated Approaches for the Study of Real Mineral

It is more common than not, for mineral processing studies to proceed via the examination of model flotation systems with the resulting data often lacking statistical verification. The resultant concentrates and tails may then be subjected to a restricted range of analyses, for diagnosis of the flotation behavior variations observed, that themselves bias the outcomes.

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Innovation in mineral processing distinguished past and

Innovation in mineral processing distinguished past and uncertain future By Tim Napier Munn FAusIMM(CP), Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland

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Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy Review

Medium rheology is important to the efficiency of dense medium separation processes. An impediment to the selection of appropriate ferrosilicon products for a given DMS process in the past has been the lack of a consistent and comprehensive set of data describing the rheology of the range of manufactured ferrosilicon products.

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Applications Optimal Experiments for Time Dependent

Time dependence is an important characteristic of mineral processing plant data. This paper finds that the time dependence in the recovery data for an experiment at Bougainville Copper Limited (BCL) (Napier Munn, 1995) can be described by an autoregressive one process. The paper investigates the optimum form of experimental design for such data.

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Applications Optimal Experiments for Time Dependent

Time dependence is an important characteristic of mineral processing plant data. This paper finds that the time dependence in the recovery data for an experiment at Bougainville Copper Limited (BCL) (Napier Munn, 1995) can be described by an autoregressive one process. The paper investigates the optimum form of experimental design for such data.

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New Statistics Book for Mining Industry Launched MINING.COM

Well known mining industry consultant and academic, Professor Tim Napier Munn, officially launched his new book, Statistical Methods for Mineral Engineers How to Design Experiments and Analyse Data, at an event hosted by JKTech, the Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre (JKMRC) and the Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI) on 26 February.

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The Drunken Man's Lamp Post why stats are not optional

Tim has published over 150 papers and articles, and was editor of the JKMRC Blue Book' on comminution (1996) and the 7th Edition of Wills' Mineral Processing Technology (2006). He has delivered professional development courses on Statistics for Mineral Engineers around the world for over 20 years, and in 2014 published a book on the subject.

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Statistical Methods for Mineral Engineers JKTech

Statistical Methods for Mineral Engineers How to Design Experiments and Analyse Data. T.J. Napier Munn. Written by a mineral engineer for mineral engineers, and packed with real world examples, this book de mystifies the statistics that most of us learned at university and then forgot.

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Professor Tim Napier Munn Associate Director PETRA

Tims research and consulting interests are in the modelling and simulation of mineral processes, physical processing such as dense medium separation and hydrocyclones, comminution, diamond processing, data analytics, statistical methods applied to mineral processing, technology transfer and research management.

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