Mann Redmayne Medal A
(incorporating the Douglas Hay Medal)
The Mann Redmayne is presented for the best paper published in IMM Transactions A: Mining Technology.
Nominees should be members of IOM3 or AusIMM, with preference to research students or those in the early part of their industry career.
Eligible papers must be published 2 years before the award is presented.
The winner will receive a medal, certificate and £450.00.
The award is supported jointly with AusIMM.
Value chain excellence: Managing variability to stabilise and exploit the mine value chain
Martyn L Bloss, Geoff W Capes, Russell Seib, Liam V Alford, Jack L Light, Ilnur Minniakhmetov & Chris Nielsen
Globally optimising open pit and underground mining operations under geological uncertainty
L Montiel, R Dimitrakopoulos & K Kawahata
Estimation of dynamic load demand on a ground support scheme due to a large structurally controlled violent failure: A case study
C. Drover & E. Villaescusa
Quantifying the benefits of simulator training for dragline operators
F. Dorey & P. F. Knights
Interaction between block caving and rock slope deformation kinematics as a function of cave position and orientation of discontinuities
H. M. Ahmed, E. Eberhardt & W. S. Dunbar
Algorithmic integration of geological uncertainty in pushback designs for complex multiprocess open pit mines
R Goodfellow & R Dimitrakopoulos
Stochastic mine design optimisation based on simulated annealing: pit limits, production schedules, multiple orebody scenarios and sensitivity analysis
F. R. Albor Consuegra & R. Dimitrakopoulos
Solid oxide membrane technology for environmentally sound production of titanium
M. Suput, R. Delucas, S. Pati, G. Ye, U. Pal & A. C. Powell IV