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Review: EXPONOR 2019 (Antofagasta, Chile)

By Matheus Mendes on Jun 19, 2019

EXPONOR is an exhibition of global technology and innovation for the mining industry that takes place every two years in Antofagasta, Chile. A city located in a region at the heart of Chile's mining industry, which accounts for 54% of the country’s total metallic and non-metallic mineral production, including 16% of copper production.

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Case Study: Coupling Application in Sugarcane Handling

By Matheus Mendes on Nov 28, 2018

The sugarcane industry is one of the most flourishing segments of the Brazilian Economy. With a production of up to 624 million metric tonnes of sugarcane in the 2017 harvest season, the country holds the world record production for both sugar and ethanol from this raw material. A broader view reveals that more than 37 million tonnes of sugar and 27 million cubic meters of ethanol were produced to meet national and expanding global demand. 

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Hydrodynamic Couplings in Bulk Material Handling Equipment Drives

By Matheus Mendes on Sep 19, 2018

Bulk material handling is an engineering field that is centered on designing and manufacturing of special equipment utilized to handle mainly dry materials such as ores, grains, sand, gravel and stone in loose bulk form. Mineral production, for instance, depends on a great quantity of bulk material handling equipment in order to move an impressive portion of the iron and copper ore productions in the world. In the following we want to explain how hydrodynamic couplings operate and how they can improve the MTTR of bulk material handling equipment drives.

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