This presentation will look in detail at methods for conveying bulk materials other than troughing conveyors in order to understand the main differentiators. The presentation will cover systems that have been available for many years through to current developments, including:
- “Special” types of troughing conveyor
- Capsule conveying
- Cable Belt® conveyors
- Pipe conveyors
- Others such as pendant, tube, screw, en-masse, and other systems for smaller capacities
To gain an understanding of the different conveying systems and their applications, benefits, disadvantages, costs, throughputs, and other aspects.
Engineers and others interested in bulk material conveying.
Attendees should have some basic knowledge of bulk materials handling and conveying in conventional troughing conveyors, and a basic knowledge of applicable bulk materials handling properties.
Steve Davis, P.Eng. CEng CPEng FIMechE FIEAust
Technical Director, Materials Handling, WorleyParsons Advisian
Steve Davis, P.Eng. CEng CPEng FIMechE FIEAust is the Technical Director for Bulk Materials handling with WorleyParsons Advisian in Burnaby. Steve Davis is a senior Materials Handling Engineer with over 35 years of worldwide experience in the design of mechanical equipment, and in project and design management of bulk materials handling plants, including conceptual and scoping studies, feasibility studies, estimates, design, bidding, fabrication, construction and installation, commissioning, and operational and safety assessment.
He has specialised in the development of bulk materials handling projects for many materials and many capacities. His experience includes studies and detailed design, construction and operation, failure analysis and upgrades in resources that include coal, iron ore, bauxite, alumina, copper, nickel, gold, diamonds, manganese, potash, oil sands, salt and others.
Steve’s work has involved many aspects of bulk materials handling from pit to port, including in pit crushing and Cconveying, overland conveyors, in plant conveyors, stockpiling and reclaim, loading and unloading to trains and trucks, and port facilities including ship loading and unloading.
Steve has presented courses previously in several countries. This course is new.