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Dr Alfonso Chinnici has been interviewed about the Solar Hybrid Receiver Combustor, a device which blends hydrogen combustion with solar thermal radiation.
The Solar Bayer Alumina Project team confirms that solar could reduce the need for natural gas in the calcination process in alumina refineries, and have published an article in Green Chemistry.
Advanced technologies, including the Industrial Internet of Things, will be used by a new research consortium being launched today to help boost South Australia’s copper production and develop globally competitive mining technology services sector in the state.
IMER has been awarded a new project to extract copper and other minerals from sub-economic deposits. $2.8m awarded by the Australian Government’s Co-operative Research Centre Projects (CRC-P) Scheme to a collaboration led by Environmental Copper Recovery SA Pty Ltd and including researchers from the University of Adelaide.
Our researchers have found that introducing concentrating solar thermal (CST) technologies to the Bayer alumina process could enable a 29-45% solar share. This would displace the need for natural gas and decrease operating fuel costs.
Research scientists and industry are joining together to develop and commercialise new tools using cutting-edge digital technologies including machine learning that they say will be a game-changer for mining and exploration.
The University of Adelaide will lead a $14.6 million research consortium to develop advanced technologies to boost South Australia’s copper production and develop a globally competitive mining technology services sector in the state.
Sustainable use and development of the world’s mineral and energy resources relies on challenge-based interdisciplinary research partners. This is our strength. Highlights of our innovative work over the last 12 months is featured in our latest publication, the IMER Annual Report 2016 available online now. See case studies below where you can read about our innovative work.
The University of Adelaide has today been announced as a founding partner of a national initiative aimed at better positioning entrepreneurs, developers and low carbon technology start-ups to bring their climate solutions to market.