Programa de Maestria y Doctorado en IngenieriaPhD

27687
Ciudad de México – Mexico
Spanish
PhD 





🌐 Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

COVERED DISCIPLINES / SKILLS IN THIS PROGRAM

Business Geomechanics and Technical Mine Area

3.3 Integrated mine design
   3.3.1 Recommends methods, equipment and processes
   3.3.2 Develops initial design
3.4 Mine rehabilitation and closure
   3.4.2 Develops mine rehabilitation and closure plans

Mining Equipment and Systems Area

5.1 General Mining equipment and systems
   5.1.1 Uses key factors to select suitable mining machines (e.g. operational characteristics, costs, productivity, and performance)

Mineral Production and Processing Area

7.1 Feed systems and planning
   7.1.1 Understands mineral processing route and feed grade/quality controls
7.2 Grade control
   7.2.1 Applies the quality blending and sampling logic of a site. Understands the implications of marginal stockpiles
7.3 Comminution and sizing
   7.3.1 Recognises the characteristics of different comminution and sizing equipment and their limitations
7.4 Concentrator processes
   7.4.1 Understands and applies knowledge of process steps, applications and limitations
7.5 Further treatment
   7.5.1 Understands and interprets details of sales contracts (e.g. custom smelter requirements)
   7.5.2 Application of thermal, mechanical, chemical processes to optimize material properties
   7.5.3 Materials quality control
   7.5.4 Design, operation and maintenance of processing and treatment plants for minerals, industrial rocks, dimensional stone and waste material
   7.5.5 Design, operation and maintenance of metallurgical plants

Social Performance Area

9.1 Acquiring and using social data and baseline information
   9.1.2 Manage and apply concepts as a human right and gender equality

Geology Exploration Resources and Reserves Area

2.1 General Geology / Geography
   2.1.1 Understands the basic principles of geology, deposit formation, geological controls and structures
   2.1.2 Reviews and interprets geological maps
   2.1.3 Understand and apply fundamentals of stratigraphy, sedimentology, geomorphology and structural geology, relationship to subsurface geology
2.2 Applied Geology
   2.2.3 Elaboration and interpretation, topographic, geological and thematic and engineering maps
   2.2.4 Recognize different ore deposits models

Mining Methods Area

4.1 General mining methods
   4.1.3 Understands the importance of cycle time and its impact on mine productivity
   4.1.4 Understands how the planning, geology and mine operations teams work together
4.2 Surface mining methods
   4.2.1 Understands the design methods and standards used in pit, ramp and dump design
   4.2.2 Calculates basic pit/dump designs and overall pit wall angles for given design parameters
   4.2.3 Designs truck and shovel excavations
4.3 Underground mining methods
   4.3.1 Selects a mine stoping and method system for a generic ore body
   4.3.3 Designs stope, roof and galleries support
   4.3.4 Conducts underground testing of support elements

Mining Services Area

6.1 General services and planning
   6.1.2 Earth movement control
   6.1.3 Design of hydraulic and pneumatic systems applied to mining
6.3 Water treatment
   6.3.1 Calculates the water balance for a site, including tailings dams
6.4 Ventilation
   6.4.1 Understands and applies the key principles to mitigate air pollution and toxic gas concentrations in underground mining
   6.4.2 Uses ventilation software to model ventilation systems
   6.4.3 Designs efficient ventilation systems for underground mine designs
6.5 Power supply systems
   6.5.1 Assists with the design of power reticulation systems
6.7 Surveying
   6.7.1 Undertakes basic mine surveys

Generic, Health and Social Task Area

8.6 Self-management
   8.6.1 Accepts responsibility
   8.6.2 Develops and maintains networks