Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Mining
(613) 533-2746, Goodwin 325a
Integrated process development, chemical thermodynamics, molten salts, chlorination chemistry
Boyd Davis has worked as a private consultant since 1997 in the area of computational thermochemistry and process development and is principal of Kingston Process Metallurgy Inc. The company focuses on bench and mini-pilot scale chemical process development integrated with techno-economics (www.kpm.ca).
Aside from his company's work, Boyd has volunteered his time to supervise over two dozen graduate students and undergraduate projects and teach design classes. He has authored over 30 technical papers. Boyd has twice been on the board of the Metallurgical Society of CIM, most recently as president and was awarded the Past Presidents' Memorial Medal in 2001 for service to the society and is active with TMS in the United States.
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Geological, Economic and Political Aspects of the Canadian Gold Industry, Discovery Costs for Economic Mineral Deposits, Economic Aspects of Advances in Process Mineralogy , The Relationship between Geological Quality and Economic Quality, Financing Exploration and Mine Development, Demographics Studies of Canadian Exploration Geologists, Profitability in the Mining Industry: Examining Mergers and Acquisitions, International Competitive Position for Investment in Mineral Projects, Socio-economic Impact of Mining Development, Mineral Policy and Mining Taxation Legislation.
Environmental and Sustainability
Underground and surface mining methods, financial feasibility analysis
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(613) 533-2194 , Goodwin 320A