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MetPlant 2017

Conference Proceedings
Published in 2017

The tenth in the series of conferences on Metallurgical Plant Design and Operating Strategies, was held from 11–12 September 2017 in Perth, Western Australia and presented an array of advances in metallurgical processing and plant design. The theme of ‘World’s Best Practice’ was continued and papers explored the rising cost of energy and other consumables as the industry aims to optimise plant performance. These proceedings have ongoing relevance and bring value to those professionals engaged in the design, specification and operation of metallurgical plants.

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