XPS Expert Process Solutions, A Glencore Company

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Adderss & Contact Information

XPS Expert Process Solutions

6 Edison Road
Falconbridge, ON, P0M 1S0
Telephone: 1 (705) 699-3400
Email: tanai.marin@xps.ca
Website: www.xps.ca

XPS Expert Process Solutions, a Glencore Company, is a team of world-class metallurgists, engineers, geoscientists, and technologists servicing the mining, mineral processing, and extractive metallurgy industry.

Employing both industry best practices and advanced modeling techniques, XPS delivers proven solutions to complex problems

Areas of Expertise

XPS has extensive COMSOL Multiphysics® experience, over 15 years, with direct application to industry in extractive metallurgy, materials technology, and mining specialized in the following areas:

  • Fluid flow
  • Heat transfer
  • Chemical engineering and reaction kinetics
  • Structural mechanics
  • Thermodynamics and multiphysics

XPS provides expertise in the following:

  • Flowsheet development in mineral processing
  • Metallurgical test work
  • Mineral and material characterization
  • Root cause failure analysis
  • Process modeling
  • Multiphysics and thermodynamic modeling
  • Training

XPS Expert Solutions has contributed to projects for clients all across the world. Contact us to discuss how to improve safety, process stability, and data/information management at your operation or project.

Consultant Contributions

Projects featured at past COMSOL Conferences:

Projects referencing and utilizing COMSOL Multiphysics®:

  • T. Utigard, T. Marin, A. Warczok, R.A. Bergman, M. Barati, C. Diaz, “Energy Recovery from High Temperature Steel, Copper and Nickel Smelter Slags”, in Conference of Metallurgists 2011, Montreal, QC, 2011.

  • T. Marin, “Numerical Modelling of Free Surface Flow Problems with Phase Change- Three Phase Flows”, Chapter 9 in Multiphysics Modelling with Finite Element Methods, World Scientific, London, 2006, pp. 297–308.

  • T. Marin, T. Utigard, “The Kinetics and Mechanism of Molten Copper Oxidation by Top Blowing of Oxygen”, Journal of Metals, vol. 57, no. 7, pp. 58–62, July 2005.