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  • Milev, AM; Spottiswoode, SM; Noble, KR (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 1995-09)
    Mining results in seismic activity of varying intensity, from small micro seismic events to larger seismic events, often associated with significant seismic induced damages. This work deals with the understanding of the ...
  • Day, JA (Cooperative Scientific Programmes: CSIR, 1983-06)
    The notion of ecological convergence has influenced taxonomists and biogeographers since the development of ecology in the mid-nineteenth century. Our initial understanding of the ecosystems of the world resulted from plant ...
  • Godfrey, Linda K; Oelofse, Suzanna HH; Phiri, A; Nahman, Anton; Hall, J (CSIR, 2007-05)
    This report presents the findings of research conducted by the CSIR. This research was prompted by the Princess dump case study, a project conducted by then the CSIR Miningtek. The report aims to unpack the current governance ...
  • Oboirien, BO; Engelbrecht, AD; North, BC; Eramus, RM; Falcon, R (American Chemical Society, 2011-09)
    The mineral-char interaction can occur during the gasification of high-ash coals in fluidized-bed gasifiers when the melted minerals cover the char surface by penetrating into the cracks and pores of the char. In addition ...
  • Chamber of Mines, South Africa (Chamber of Mines Services, 1978)
    In simple terms Fanakalo means 'like this'. Fanakalo originated in the sugar industry of KwaZulu Natal as a result of Indians trying to learn English and Zulu at the same time. The language spread across the boarders of ...
  • Mudali, P; Adigun, MO; Emuoyibofarhe, JO (2006-09)
    This paper provides an outline of research being conducted to minimize the disruptive effects of device mobility in wireless computational grid networks. The proposed wireless grid framework uses the existing GSM cellular ...
  • Johnson, R (1995-12)
    The aim of this long-term project has been to focus on the extreme high-stress end of the mining spectrum. Such high stress conditions will prevail in certain ultra-deep mining operation of the near future, and are already ...
  • Johnson, R (1995-12)
    A questionnaire related to mining at great depth and in very high stress conditions has been completed with the assistance of mine rock mechanics personnel on over twenty mines in all mining districts, and covering all ...
  • Shahdi, A (2012-10)
    In this presentation, the author outlines the application of an autonomous robotics platform in performing safety surveys and mapping of active mines.
  • Spottiswoode, SM; Roberts, MCK (CSIR, 2001-12)
    A CSIR team visited the 94E1 panels mining the Carbon Leader Reef in the north-east corner of Tau Tona shaft pillar on the 14th December to study the damage due to a rockburst and to recommend any steps that might reduce ...
  • Vogt, D; Brink, VZ; Donovan, S; Ferreira, G; Haarhoff, J; Harper, G; Stewart, R; Van Schoor, Abraham M (CSIR, 2008-11)
    Mining is very important to South Africa, contributing 7% of GDP directly, and 15% indirectly and employing more than 450 000 people. With the world’s largest resources of gold, platinum and ferrochrome, and major coal ...
  • Green, JJ; Hlophe, K; Dickens, J; Teleka, R; Price, M (2011-07)
    Underground mining robotics has not enjoyed the same technology advances as above ground mining. This paper examines sensing technologies that could enable the development of underground autonomous vehicles. Specifically, ...
  • Green, JJ; Hlophe, K; Dickens, J; Teleka, R; Price, M (IJEAT, 2012-04)
    Underground mining robotics has not enjoyed the same technology advances as above ground mining. This paper examines sensing technologies that could enable the development of underground autonomous vehicles. Specifically, ...
  • Riemer, KL; Durrheim, RJ (Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2012-06)
    The Kaapvaal Craton in South Africa hosts one of the largest gold placer deposits in the world. Mining in the Witwatersrand Basin here has been the source of about one third to one half of the gold ever produced in the ...
  • Schachtschneider, K (Malnor Publications, 2012-03)
    Acid mine drainage (AMD) is a serious threat to water quality in South Africa. Questions are being asked to South African government leaders as to what they are doing to mitigate the effects that South Africa’s mining ...
  • Woodborne, S; Pienaar, M; Van der Merwe, Martina R (2008-11)
    Cholera epidemics have been analysed using epidemiological models that depend on human-to environment- to-human spread of toxigenic Vibrio cholerae bacteria (Koelle et al. 2004, Koelle et al. 2005). Within such a framework ...
  • Adebiyi, ID; Popoola, PAP; Pityana, Sisa L (IGI Global, 2016-04)
    Today's increasingly extreme and aggressive production environments require that machine components be made with materials having specific surface properties such as good wear resistance. Unfortunately, nature does not ...
  • Dlodlo, N; Tolmay, JP; Mathaba, SU (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2011-09)
    The research is about coming up with a way to develop and provide digital content by taking advantage of the expertise of local teachers. The digital content is mixed and matched to fit the theme of the day, as opposed to ...
  • Chelule, E; Van Greunen, D; Herselman, M; Veldsman, A (2011-05)
    Business incubation has long been a successful economic development tool in developed and emerging economies. It helps entrepreneurs start businesses that remain sustainable. However, business incubation theory designed ...
  • Ogunleye, OS; Makitla, I (mGCI, 2010-10)
    In this paper the authors report the current developments around the Mobi4D platform. Mobi4D is a communication services delivery platform based on the JAIN SLEE compliant and certified Mobicents Application Server. It ...