Mann Redmayne Medal C
(incorporating the Billiton Gold Medal)
The Mann Redmayne Medal is presented for the best paper published in IMM Transactions C: Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy.
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.
Litho-structural controls on orogenic gold deposits within the Sandstone greenstone belt, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia: Implications for exploration targeting
Rhys F Davies, David I Groves, Jonathan G Standing, Allan Trench, Michael Dentith & John P Sykes
Targeting fluorescent lamp waste for the recovery of cerium, lanthanum, europium, gadolinium, terbium and yttrium
C Tunsu, C Ekberg, M Foreman & T Retegan
Dependence of flame front speed on iron ore sintering conditions
J. Zhao & C. E. Loo
Rarw-earth elements recovery from post-consumer hard-disc drives
S. T. Abrahami, Y. Xiao & Y. Yang
Thermodynamic assessment and experimental study of sulphidation of ilmenite and chromite
S. Ahmad, M. A. Rhamdhani, M. I. Pownceby & W. J. Bruckard
Extracting ore texture information using image analysis
J Zhang, N Subasinghe
The salt extraction process: A novel route for metal extraction Part 1: Cr, Fe recovery from EAF slags and low grade chromite ores
The salt extraction process: A novel route for metal extraction Part 2: Cu/Fe extraction from copper oxide and sulphides
The salt extraction process: A novel route for metal extraction Part 3: Electrochemical behaviours of metal ions (Cr, Cu, Fe, Mg, Mn) in molten (CaCl2-)NaCl-KCl salt system
Dr Xin L Ge et al
Identifying gold losses through application of SIMS technology
N Chapman, K Prince, P Evans, F Radke, P Hayward & N Lester
Solid oxide membrane technology for environmentally sound production of titanium
M Suput, U Pal, R Delucas, S Pati, G Ye & A Powell