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Programme - AUTOMINING 2010
Technical and Social
Programme
2nd International Congress
on Automation in the
Mining Industry
10 12 November 2010
Santiago, Chile
General Information
PLACE
ACTIVITY
Foyer – Lobby Level
→→ Registration
→→ Welcome Reception and
Closing Cocktail
→→ Coffee Breaks and Internet
Access
→→ Trade Show
San Cristóbal Ballroom A
→→ Authors & Session Chairs
Coordination Meeting
→→ Poster Sessions
→→ Coffee Breaks
San Cristóbal Ballroom B & C
→→ Inauguration Ceremony
→→ Plenary Sessions
→→ Session 9
→→ Closing Ceremony
San Cristóbal Ballroom B
→→ Session 1, 3, 5, 7
San Cristóbal Ballroom C
→→ Session 2, 4, 6, 8
Pedro de Valdivia Ballroom
→→ Lunches
→→ Welcome Dinner
Preview Room
→→ Presentations upload
& review
 View floor plan at the end of this brochure
⌚ Presentation Time
→ Presentations
Oral presentations will be
of 15 minutes followed by
5 minutes of questions
→ Plenary Presentations
Presentations will be of
40 minutes followed by 5
minutes of questions
AUTOMINING 2010 Contacts
Carlos Barahona
Executive Director
(56-9) 9887 3986
Víctor Babarovich
Technical Coordinator
(56-9) 8766 9566
Isis Galeno
Event Coordinator
(56-9) 8233 3746
Rafael Castro
Sponsor Relations
(56-9) 8721 1340
Information
Javier Gutiérrez
Hotel Logistics
& Operations
(56-9) 9210 6103
Soledad Cassini
Design & Printing
(56-9) 7855 3237
Carmen Gloria Chacana
Katherine Olguin
Graphic Design Team
If you will be using simultaneous
translation services (headsets),
please have your Identification
/ Credit card ready when
requesting the equipment.
Headsets must be returned at
the end of the day.
Please keep lunch and dinner
tickets, they will be requested at
the entrance.
Please approach to the
Registration Desk with
any queries.
Lost & Found
All found items should be taken
to the Registration Desk and all
lost items should be reported to
the Gecamin staff.
Parking
Emergency Numbers
Parking at the Sheraton Hotel
is available at $4.500 per day
($3.500 half a day). When
leaving please present your
delegate badge to the parking
personnel.
Recommendations
For safety reasons, please keep
your personal belongings with
you at all times. Gecamin is not
to be held responsible for any
stolen property.
Please wear your delegate badge
at all times. This will facilitate
your access to the sessions.
Ambulance 131
Firemen
132
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AUTOMINING 2010 Organiser
Gecamin
Gecamin is a private, Chilean company created in 1998 that
annually organises international technical events for the
mining industry with the aim of informing and inspiring mining
professionals, fostering the exchange of information and sharing
best practices and new technologies.
Gecamin organises seminars in partnership with institutions
of strong technical excellence in mining such as Universidad de
Chile, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Universidad de
Concepción, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, The
University of Western Australia and The University of Queensland,
among others.
In 12 years of operation, more than 12,000 professionals have
attended our events and have been trained in areas of paramount
importance to the mining industry. These areas include the
following: Geology, Mining Unit Operations, Mine Planning, Mineral
Processing, Hydrometallurgy, Paste and Thickened Tailings, Mine
and Plant Maintenance, Automation and Control, Water and Energy
Management in Mining, Mine Closure and Environmental and Social
Impacts Assessment.
Each event organised by Gecamin features a great diversity of
technical papers that present case studies, theoretical research
and scientific findings. Every conference is documented by the
proceedings which contain carefully-selected, peer-reviewed
papers. Prominent industry experts and academics bring their
knowledge and experience to our events, ensuring the high
standards of the proceedings and the technical programmes.
Learn more about our events by visiting www.gecamin.cl
We are iso 9001: 2008 certified.
Welcome from the Chairman
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2nd International Congress
on Automation in the Mining Industry, automining 2010 held in
Santiago and organised by gecamin.
This congress is a special opportunity for specialists, academics,
students and companies that work in automation, to discuss the
actual tendencies and future tecnologies applied in the mining
industry, as well as to exchange experiences of successful
applications and share innovative projects and case studies.
Without a doubt today's mining industry needs automation
technologies in order to increase production, reduce costs,
decrease workers' exposure to risks, improve the quality of life and
protect the environment. This great task that the world of mining
presents is not a minor one. We need to be ready to plan, develop
and effectively incorporate new automation technologies that will
make mining sustainable in the future.
This forum offers the possibility to broaden our knowledge and
be able to face the challenges of the future in automation in the
mining industry, which surely will be more successful if those of us
involved share our visions and learn together.
Enjoy the Congress!
Francisco Amiama Di Marzio
Chairman
AUTOMINING 2010
AUTOMINING 2010 Committees
Organising Committee
chairman
executive director
Francisco Amiama
Carlos Barahona
Automation and IT Projects Manager
Codelco, Chile
General Manager
Gecamin, Chile
past president
technical coordinator
Fernando Romero
Víctor Babarovich
Process Control Manager
Anglo American, Chile
Gecamin, Chile
event coordinator
director members
Isis Galeno
Ezequiel Muñoz
Gecamin, Chile
Head of the Continuity Department
Codelco, Chile
Juan Carlos Salas
Innovation Manager
AMSA, Chile
Sergio Silva
Business Solution Manager
FMI, Chile
Advisory Committee
Gabriel Barahona
Julio Morales
Project Pursuit Leader
Emerson, Chile
Technology and Marketing Manager
KOMATSU, Chile
Osvaldo Bascur
Marco Orellana
Industry Manager
OSIsoft, USA
Gonzalo Bernstein
Executive Vicepresident of Information and
Telecommunications, Technology and
Automation
Codelco, Chile
Plant Manager
AMSA, Chile
Enrique Peragallo
Alejandro Capparelli
Advanced Systems Manager
SGS Lakefield Research Chile S.A.
General Manager
Rockwell, Chile
Philip Thwaites
Jesús Caro
Sales & Service Manager
Thermo – Fisher, Chile
Manager Process Control
Group & EIT Program
Xstrata Process Support (XPS), Canada
Mauricio Valdebenito
Yerko Casanova
Instrumentation Discipline Leader
Bechtel, Chile
Systems, Optimisation & Control Manager
Metso, Chile
Luis Yacher
Luis Castelli
Technology Manager
Codelco, Chile
General Manager
CONTAC, Chile
Claudio Zamora
Aldo Castro
Automation Manager
C2 Mining Solutions, Chile
Contracts Manager Latin America
Honeywell, Chile
Marcelo Tunes
Jorge de la Rivera
General Manager
Invensys, Chile
Omar Hernández
Assistant Director of Mining,
Infrastructure & Environment
InnovaChile - CORFO, Chile
Director for Mining Issues
IBRAM, Brazil
Activities
Technical & Social Programme
AUTOMINING 2010
10–12 November, Sheraton Santiago Hotel & Convention Center, Chile
Wednesday, 10 November
16:00–19:00 | Registration. Foyer San Cristóbal Ballroom
17:30–18:15 | Authors and session chairs coordination meeting
San Cristóbal Ballroom A
19:00–20:15 | Inauguration Ceremony
San Cristóbal Ballroom
B
&
C
Words of Welcome
→C
arlos Barahona
General Manager,
Gecamin, AUTOMINING 2010 Executive Director
Opening Words
→F rancisco Amiama
Automation and IT Projects Manager,
Codelco Chile, AUTOMINING 2010 Chairman
Keynote Address
Challenges of technological innovations in the mining industry
→M
iguel Ángel Durán
President Consejo Minero CEO Anglo American Chile
20:15–22:30 | Welcome Reception
Salón San Cristóbal Ballroom
Courtesy of
A & Foyer
Thursday, 11 November
Technical Sessions
08:20–08:30
Day 2 programme presentation and news updates
→ Víctor Babarovich, Technical Coordinator AUTOMINING 2010
PLENARY SESSION 1
San Cristóbal Ballroom B & C
Chair: Fernando Romero, Anglo American Chile
08:30| The process control system of the future
→ Jason Urso, Vice-President and Chief Technology Officer,
Honeywell Process Solutions, USA
09:15| Management of technology innovation in mining
→ Jaime Zapata, Mining Area Director, Entel S.A
and Horacio Viana, Director Master in
Management and Technology Entrepreneurship,
Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Chile
10:00| Posters presentation
→ Víctor Babarovich, Technical Coordinator Automining 2010
12:05 | Poster session & coffee break
San Cristóbal Ballroom A & Foyer
Thursday, 11 November
Sessions 1 and 3: San Cristóbal Ballroom
B
SESSION 1 Crushing and grinding
San Cristóbal Ballroom B
Chair: Andrew Smith,
Sympatec GmbH, Germany
10:50 | Rule and fuzzy-logic based expert control of the Barrick
Lagunas Norte mine crushing circuit
→ Alan Gomez and Cristian Aracena, SGS Minerals, Chile.
Fernando Cornejo and Andrea Festa, SGS Minerals,
Canada and Aldo Vásquez, Barrick Lagunas Norte
Mine S.A., Peru
11:10 | SAG & secondary grinding multivariable predictive
control coordinated: División Codelco Norte
→ Guillermo Cortés, Codelco, Chile and Jaime Cerda,
Honeywell, Chile
11:30 | D
esign, development and implementation of a grinding
expert control in eleven grinding circuits at Southern
Peru Copper Cuajone
→ Nelver Benavides and René Llerena, Southern Peru
Copper Corporation, Peru. Fernando Cornejo and
Andrea Festa, SGS Minerals, Canada and
Alan Gomez, SGS Minerals Chile
11:50 | Mechanical measurements to monitor and detect
abnormal conditions in gearless mill drives
→ Jorge Pontt, Fernando Rojas, Waldo Valderrama,
Manuel Olivares and Ulises Ramos, Universidad Técnica
Federico Santa María, Chile
12:10 | Model predictive control application at Lumwana
copper concentrator
→ Mick Rogers, Lumwana Mining Company, Republic
of Zambia. David Almond, Tejas Maru and
King Becerra, FLSmidth, USA
12:30 | Lunch
Pedro de Valdivia Ballroom
SESSION 2 Mining
San Cristóbal Ballroom C
Chair: Héctor Soto,
Codelco, Chile
10:50 | Underground mine sensor networks
→ Walter Grote, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María,
Chile. Snider Molina and Ismael Soto, Universidad de
Santiago de Chile
11:10 | U
se of RFID technology for personnel location in mining
→ Sergio Valenzuela, Mining TAG S.A., Chile
11:30 | Evaluation of underground monitoring systems using
multicriteria decision methods
→ Snider Molina, Luis Quezada and Ismael Soto,
Universidad de Santiago de Chile
11:50 | A stochastic truck dispatching system for
open-pit mining
→ Guilherme Bastos, Federal University of Itajubá, Brazil and
Aeronautical Institute of Technology, Brazil. Fábio Ramos,
Australian Centre for Field Robotics, Australia. Luiz de
Souza, Federal University of Itajubá and Carlos Ribeiro,
Aeronautical Institute of Technology, Brazil
12:10 | Autonomous drilling with integration of communication
systems for data logging and data transmission
→ Patrik Ericsson, Atlas Copco AB, Sweden.
Presented by Diana Baldeon, Atlas Copco, Chile
12:30 | Lunch
Pedro de Valdivia Ballroom
C
Sessions 2 and 4: San Cristóbal Ballroom
Thursday, 11 November
Thursday, 11 November
Sessions 1 and 3: San Cristóbal Ballroom
B
SESSION 3 Hydroprocess
San Cristóbal Ballroom B
Chair: Iván Sanhueza,
Compañía Minera Teck Carmen de Andacollo, Chile
14:00 | Optimisation of an exploitation and beneficiation in gold
processing using common tools and theory of constraint
→ Carlos Hernández, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
14:20 | C
arbon management in a carbon counter current
adsorption circuit
→ James Vardy and Stefan Smit, Mintek, South Africa
14:40 | C
yanide monitoring, control and destruction facilitated
by an online Weak Acid Dissociable (WAD) cyanide
measurement device
→ Wendy van der Merwe and Stefan Smit,
Mintek, South Africa
15:00 | Application of dynamic modelling of copper solvent
extraction industrial plants for simulator development
→ Matías Moreno, Ricardo Pérez-Correa and Alfonso
Otero, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
15:20 | Novel measurement and information systems
for improving tankhouse quality, efficiency and
maintenance
→ Ari Rantala and Martti Larinkari, Outotec Oyj,
Finland and Tirso Meneses, Outotec Chile Ltda
15:40 | Poster Session and Coffee Break
San Cristóbal Ballroom A & Foyer
SESSION 4 Operations management and integration
San Cristóbal Ballroom C
Chair: Mauricio García,
Minera El Tesoro, Chile
14:00 | Aligning the mining operation to business strategy
→ Russel Barr and Robert Cook, Invensys System Inc., USA
14:20 | M
odel reference for automation
→ Luis Yacher, Contac, Chile
14:40 | Real time integration and collaboration for sustainability
management in metallurgical complexes
→ Osvaldo Bascur and Ales Soudek, OSIsoft LLC, USA
15:00 | SOMI: feasible uses of SOMI standard
in mining operations
→ Patricio Inostroza, Juan Navarro, Andrea Nieto and Ana
Pezo, Universidad de Chile
15:20 | Semi-automatic development of technical documents
→ David Araya, David Miranda and Luis Carrión,
Quadmine S.A., Chile
15:40 | Poster Session and Coffee Break
San Cristóbal Ballroom A & Foyer
C
Sessions 2 and 4 : San Cristóbal Ballroom
Thursday, 11 November
Thursday, 11 November
Session 5: San Cristóbal Ballroom
B
SESSION 5 Concentration
San Cristóbal Ballroom B
Chair: Gonzalo Montoya,
Minera Los Pelambres, Chile
16:10 | Control system reagent preparation and dosing for
selective flotation molybdenum plant in Codelco Norte
→ Jorge Montero, Ricardo Garay, Abraham Contreras,
Wildo López and Abel Bugueño, Codelco, Chile
16:30 | G
as dispersion control criteria for mechanical
flotation cells
→ Luis Vinnett, Felipe Contreras and Juan Yianatos,
Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile
16:50 | On the simulation of rougher flotation circuits: an
experimental approach
→ Cristian Carrasco, Juan Yianatos and Luis Vinnett,
Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile and
Carlos Torres, Codelco, Chile
17:10 | Thickeners multivariable predictive control:
División Codelco Norte
→ Guillermo Cortés, Codelco, Chile and Jaime Cerda, Kairos
Mining, Chile.
Presented by Rodrigo Toro, Honeywell, Chile
17:30 | Optimisation of grinding and flotation processes by the
implementation of Smart systems
→ Saúl Ortiz and Román Cruz, Minera Mexicana La Ciénega,
Mexico. Roberto Galarza, Fresnillo PLC, Mexico.
Ramón Alanís, Servicios Administrativos Peñoles S.A.
de C.V., Mexico and Filiberto Orrante,
SGS Advanced Systems, Mexico
17:50 | Implementation of an advanced process control system
at a lead-zinc concentrator
→ Edgar King, Mintek South Africa, Nicholas du Preez,
CM-Solutions, South Africa and Simon Moses, Bateman
Engineering Projects, South Africa
18:30 | Cocktail and Welcome Dinner
Foyer & Pedro de Valdivia Ballroom
Courtesy of
SESSION 6 Sensors and monitoring systems
Salón San Cristóbal C
Chair: Walter Grote,
Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile
16:10 | 3D stockpile and silo volume monitoring in high dust
environments using a unique and robust 2D
radar technology
→ Reik Winkel and Christian Augustin, indurad® GmbHThe Industrial Radar Company, Germany. Aldo Castro, C2
Mining Solutions- COASIN Group, Chile and Karl Nienhaus,
RWTH Aachen University, Germany
16:30 | U
ltrasonic extinction for full concentration, real time
particle size analysis in the mining industry
→ Andrew Smith, Axel Pankewitz and Christian Behrens,
ccccccccccSympatec GmbH, Germany
16:50 | Online X-ray elemental analysis of ore and other
bulky materials
→ Albert Klein and Guoli Ma, Indutech Instruments GmbH,
Germany and Mário Gomes, Vale S.A.- Southeast Ferrous
Minerals, Brazil
17:10 | Virtual sensor design in environmental
monitoring systems
→ Hugo Garcés and Daniel Sbárbaro,
Universidad de Concepción, Chile
17:30 | Sonar flow monitoring: first five years of experience in
the mineral processing industry and future directions
→ Robert Maron, Christian O’Keefe and Paul Rothman,
dddddddd CiDRA Minerals Processing, USA
17:50 | Software related factors to consider in
laboratory automation
→ Høgni Bærentsen, FLSmidth A/S, Denmark
18:30 | Cocktail and Welcome Dinner
Foyer & Pedro de Valdivia Ballroom
Courtesy of
C
Session 6 : Salón San Cristóbal
Thursday, 11 November
Friday, 12 November
08:20–08:30
Day 3 programme presentation and news updates
→ Víctor Babarovich, Technical Coordinator AUTOMINING 2010
PLENARY SESSION 2
San Cristóbal Ballroom B & C
Chair: Luis Bergh, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile
08:30| Vision and status of automation in the mining industry
→ Pedro Morales, Research and Innovation Manager,
Codelco Chile
09:15| New dimensions of process control
→ Alain Broussaud, General Manager, Metso Cisa, France
10:00| Poster session & coffee break
San Cristóbal Ballroom A and Foyer
SESSION 7 Multivariate analysis and control
San Cristóbal Ballroom B
Chair: Sergio Silva, Phelps Dodge
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCI Mining Services, Chile
10:50 | Restrictions on MMM industrial data to
build PCA models
→ Luis Bergh, Universidad Técnica Federico
Santa Maria, Chile
11:10 | Parallel sulphuric acid plant optimisation at Codelco
Norte using multivariable control
→ Mallén Gajardo, Codelco, Chile and Alan Morrow,
Invensys Operation Management, USA
11:30| Predictive current control of a multilevel active filter
for mining installations
→ Adolfo Paredes, José Simpson, Jorge Pontt and Cesar
Silva, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile
11:50| Generalised predictive control of lamination
itemperature in a steel slab furnace
→ Carlos Pérez, Raúl Rivas and Javier Sotomayor, Pontificia
Universidad Católica del Perú
Continues
www.automining2010.com
SESSION 8 Control systems optimisation
San Cristóbal Ballroom C
Chair: Edgar King,
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXI Mintek, South Africa
10:50 | Industrial process optimisation
→ João da Silva, Fabio de Carvalho and Bernardo Torres,
Accenture, Brazil
11:10 | Control system performance assessment best practices
→ Michel Ruel, TOP Control Inc., Canada
11:30| Migration of the Distributed Control System TDC3000
of Chagres Smelter Division, Anglo American
→ Mario Campos and Cristian Sulzer, Anglo American Chile
11:50| Human centred design philosophy:
conquering complexity
→ Gabriel Barahona, Emerson, Chile
Continues
Friday, 12 November
SESSION 7 Multivariate analysis and control
12:10 | Outliers detection in industrial databases
→ Hugo Garcés, Universidad de Concepción, Chile
12:30 | Lunch
Pedro de Valdivia Ballroom
SESSION 9 Remote and autonomous operations
San Cristóbal Ballroom
Chair: Aldo Bonomelli,
Codelco, Chile
B
&
C
14:00 | Overall effectiveness of autonomous underground
loading and haulage equipment – how much we can get
→ Jacek Paraszczak, Université Laval, Canada
14:20 | E l Teniente remote operation centre - “Integrated
Operation Model”
→ Luis Moreno, Alejandro Cuadra and Héctor Soto,
Codelco, Chile
14:40 | A
distributed architecture for intelligent control in
autonomous mobile robots
→ Luis Orna, Compañía Minera Yanacocha S.R.L., Peru
15:00 | Integrated operations centre (COI) Minera Esperanza
→ José Alaluf, ABB, Chile
15:20 | A vision based system for industrial robotic
welding path correction
→ Pablo Salazar, Gino Torres, Manuel Olivares and
Pedro Sariego, Universidad Técnica Federico
Santa María, Chile
Friday, 12 November
SESSION 8 Control systems optimisation
12:10 | Making human working environment friendly in Minera Los Pelambres: a guide to designing DCS
control environments
→ Gonzalo Montoya and Daniel Silva, Minera
Los Pelambres, Chile and Patricia Pineda, Arquitectura
Industrial E.I.R.L., Chile
12:30 | Lunch
Pedro de Valdivia Ballroom
Closing Ceremony
San Cristóbal Ballroom
15:50–16:20
Event outcome and final comments.
Organising Committee AUTOMINING 2010
→V
ictor Babarovich
Technical Coordinator AUTOMINING 2010
→C
arlos Barahona
Executive Director AUTOMINING 2010
→Francisco Amiama
Chairman AUTOMINING 2010
16:30–18:00
Closing Cocktail
B
&
C
Poster Presentations
Salón San Cristóbal A
3D stockpile and silo volume monitoring in high dust
environments using a unique and robust 2D radar technology
Reik Winkel and Christian Augustin, indurad® GmbH- The Industrial
Radar Company, Germany. Aldo Castro, C2 Mining Solutions- COASIN
Group, Chile and Karl Nienhaus, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Designing a platform to monitor overall equipment
effectiveness and RTCM in CMPC Celulosa Planta Santa Fe
Daniel Rojas, Universidad de La Frontera, Chile and David Vergara,
CMPC Celulosa Planta Santa Fe, Chile
Evaluation of underground monitoring systems using
multicriteria decision methods
Snider Molina, Luis Quezada and Ismael Soto, Universidad de
Santiago de Chile
Industrial process optimisation
João da Silva, Fabio de Carvalho and Bernardo Torres,
Accenture, Brazil
Mine Track- digital system of satelital navegation
Eduardo Fortes, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional Mar del Plata and
Oscar Torrecilla, Digimage Electrónica, Argentina
Optimisation of an exploitation and beneficiation in gold
processing using common tools and theory of constraint
Carlos Hernández, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Outliers detection in industrial databases
Hugo Garcés, Universidad de Concepción, Chile
Ultrasonic extinction for full concentration, real time particle
size analysis in the mining industry
Andrew Smith, Axel Pankewitz and Christian Behrens,
Sympatec GmbH, Germany
Coming Events
november 14 ➔ 16
Santiago, Chile
First International Workshop on Energy
Management in the Mining Industry
www.enermin2010.com
november 15 ➔ 16
Santiago, Chile
First Seminar on Innovation in Human
Resources Management in Mining
www.hrmining.cl
november 23 ➔ 26
Viña del Mar, Chile
5th International Conference
on Mine Closure
www.mineclosure2010.com
december 8 ➔ 10
Santiago, Chile
7th International Mineral
Processing Seminar
www.procemin.cl
april 10 ➔ 12, 2011
Santiago, Chile
9th International Conference on Clean
Technologies for the Mining Industry
www.clean-mining.com
june 8 ➔ 10, 2011
Antofagasta, Chile
2nd Seminar on Mine Planning
www.mineplanning.cl
june 8 ➔ 10, 2011
Antofagasta, Chile
2nd International Seminar on
Geology for the Mining Industry
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