October 18 (Wed.), 2017: The 4th IROAST Seminar – Use of renewable energy sources for mine energy system
IROAST will hold the 4th IROAST Seminar – Use of renewable energy sources for mine energy system – at Kurokami South C3 ( Faculty of Engineering Research Building 1) Room 905, 12:50 – 14:20, on October 18, 2017. (http://ewww.kumamoto-u.ac.jp/en/about/access/campus/ Kurokami South Campus C3 building)
Dr. Agus Sasmito, an assistant professor in Department of Mining and Materials Engineering at McGill University, will give a presentation entitled “Multiphysics Transport Processes for Sustainable Energy System”, focusing on 3 subtopics. Please see the details of the seminar as follows.
Artificial ground freezing: AGF is commonly used in mining, tunneling and civil application, but requires high capital and operating costs. A novel AGF system reducing energy consumption by up to 40 % will be presented.
Ventilation heating and cooling: Deep underground mine requires extensive energy consumption. It is aimed to reduce energy consumption by introducing innovative concept utilizing renewable energy.
Slurry transport: Transporting paste backfill from surface to the stope via pipeline system requires careful consideration. Mathematical and computational tools are developed in order to predict non-Newtonian flow behavior and wear characteristics.
The above topics cover various academic fields, including civil, mining, and mechanical engineering. Hence, this seminar is expected to attract a high level of interest. Everyone is welcome. We hope to see you at the seminar.
Contact for 4th IROAST Seminar contents: Associate Professor Atsushi SAINOKI
Email: atsushi_sainoki@* (Please change “*” to “kumamoto-u.ac.jp”.)
Contact for IROAST seminar:
Email: szk-kiko@jimu.* (Please change “*” to “kumamoto-u.ac.jp”.)