TAILLIQ

Evaluating potential static liquefaction of tailings to prevent failures

TAILLIQ is a university-industry research project whose purpose is to help better understand and reduce the risk of mine tailings loss of containment from static liquefaction.  The research is being carried out at four Australian universities, with funding providing by the Australian Research Council (ARC) and six international mining companies.  This website has been developed to provide project updates and links to publications produced from the research.

PARTICIPATING UNIVERSITIES

RESEARCH PARTNERS

The project has been made possible with financial and in-kind contributions from the following mining companies:

MEET THE TEAM

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Professor Andy Fourie
Project Leader - Chief Investigator
The University of Western Australia

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Associate Professor Adrian Russell
Chief Investigator
The University of New South Wales

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Associate Professor Mizanur Rahman

Chief Investigator

The University of South Australia

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Associate Professor J S Vinod
Chief Investigator
The University of Wollongong

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Dr David Reid
Research Fellow
The University of Western Australia

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Dr Thanh Liem Vo
Research Fellow
The University of New South Wales

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Juan Luis Ayala Torres
PhD Student
The University of Western Australia

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Mohammad Emdadul Karim
PhD Student
The University of South Australia

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Krishna Allulakshmi
PhD Student
The University of Wollongong

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Yanzhi (Alex) Wang
PhD Student
The University of New South Wales

UPCOMING EVENTS

CONTACT TAILLIQ

Get in touch with TAILLIQ to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

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