Details for JK Webinar: Process Control

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Speaker: Associate Professor Mohsen Yahyaei

Group leader, Advanced Process Prediction and Control Research Program, SMI's Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre

Overview:  Technological advances have created the minerals industry an opportunity to invest more in a range of solutions that advance mineral processing plants' process control. However, JKMRC researchers have found that through reviewing the status of process control in different operations across the globe, there are opportunities for enhancing the performance of process control to give a 5% - 10% improvement in performance without significant capital expenditure. JKMRC's studies indicate that the potential improvements can be realised by actively involving plant metallurgists and plant managers in designing and evaluating different process control systems, continuously diagnosing the plant control systems, and updating the control logic.

But as plant metallurgists or manager of a processing plant, what do you need to know about process control? What is the role of a plant metallurgist and manager in deciding on various aspects of process control? What are the best practices in process control? Is advanced process control and model predictive control something worthwhile investing in your processing plant?

In this webinar, Associate Professor Yahyaei will answer some of these questions and introduce the Basic and Advanced Process Control and Analytics Courses, which are designed to develop applied knowledge on the topic for mineral processing engineers.

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Duration: 1 hour (all times shown are AEST)
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