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David de Klerk An investigation of the ergodic hypothesis in PEPT
Lucia Dzinza Electrochemistry of flotation under varying electrolytic conditions
Marius Hromnik Granular Flow Modelling using GPU’s
Tawseef Latona Computational modelling on stirred mills
Warren Little Performance of the vertical roller mill in a mineral processing application when coupled with internal and external classifiers
Resoketswe Manenzhe Water quality impacts on concentrator performance

Malibongwe Manono

A fundamental study into the role of electrolytes on reagent interaction mechanism in the flotation of a PGM ore in response to water quality.
Adolph Mwale
Developing a performance model for tumbling mills
Conrad Ndimande SMD Modelling
Andrew Nkhoma Analysis of water controls on site
Lisa October Water quality impacts on bubble particle attachment
Temitope Oladele Impact damage and breakage of a partially confined bed of particles: elucidation via experiment and numerical simulation
Sebia Pikinini  Exploring novel collectors for sperrylite flotation
Jestos Taguta
Using enthalpy of immersion to characterise mineral surface hydrophobicity
Marcelene Voigt
Using X-ray computed tomography for the 3D textural analysis of drill core