1. Those which follow a national standard (not included in this manual). 2. Those which mainly follow a national standard but have been modified for use in our laboratory (only the modifications are in this manual). 3. Those that follow the Manual of Field Test Procedures (MFTP) (not included in this manual. 4
Work index calculation through lab tests and simulation [28–31]. It is ... 2.2. Bond Ball Mill (BBM) Standard Test ... must be highlighted that the procedures haven’t been defined by ISO or ASTM standards. The closest attempt to a standard definition was
Ball Mill Wio, BWio 8.6 Circuit Wio, OWio 14.6 Bond Ball Mill Work Index, BWi, kWh/t 13.4 Bond Rod Mill Work Index, RWi, kWh/t 18.1 Table 1. Example of AG/SAG Ball Mill Circuit Wio Calculations [1] [2] ABstrAct Optimum use of power in grinding, both in terms of grinding efficiency and use of installed capital, can have a large effect on
The computation of a Bond ball mill work index was empirically calibrated by Fred Bond using a short ton basis. The modern (metric tonne) basis is the following equation: NI43-101 reports often provide P 100 and the work index. To estimate the other parameters, you can assume: the P 80 is 0.92 (P 100, m)^
Shahsavari, Procedure for determination of Bond ball work The grindability experiments was carried out on the four typical index in the commercial operations, Min. Eng. 22 (2009) 104–106. samples of copper, lead–zinc, manganese and iron ore in specified [13] L. Tavares, R. Carvalho, J. Guerrero, Simulating the Bond rod-mill grindability
3.1 The ball mill The device with a rotating drum filled by grinding balls and shredded material for materials crushing. 3.2 The grinding balls Products with ball form for material crushing in ball mills by abrasion, impact and crushing. 3.3 The conditional ball diameter Ball diameter rounded to standard values. 3.4 The nominal ball diameter
For more practical calculations using 80% passing the 100 micron mesh, the Bond Ball Mill Work Index (BBMWi) is widely used to measure the grindability of a mineral, described in kilowatt hours per ton (kWh/t). 1 In reference to cement clinker grinding, the following are typical energy requirements: Ball Mills – 38 kWh/t
Their work in compiling the heat treatment terms for each standard and researching the new EN piping and tubing standards was of particular importance. They were also my main sounding boards when difficult technical decisions had to be made. There were also several ASTM committee members contacted for their input during the progress of
The grindability test (ASTM D409, ISO 5074) uses a ball-and-ring type of mill in which a sample of closely sized coal is ground for a specified number (usually, 60) of revolutions. Then the ground product is sieved and the grindability index is calculated from the amount of undersize produced using a calibration chart
In opposition, ball milling emerges as a low cost, easy and rapid technology to obtain nanosized cellulosic material [1]. The yields using the ball milling process are higher when initial material
Correction of Bond Ball Mill Work Index Test for Closing Mesh Sizes It is commonly known that one must run the Bond ball mill work index test such you pick a closing mesh to give a P80 close to desired grind size
using a laboratory ball mill. Finally, the work indices obtained from both methods were compared. It was found that all ... the procedure described in the standard test method (ASTM D-409) for grindability of coal by the ball-race Hardgrove- ... the determination of the Bond grindability work index, the standard Bond procedure must totally be
ASTM D 4318 12 Plasticity Index, max 1 As shown on plans Wet ball mill, % max.2 Tex-116-E / NA 45 Wet ball mill, % max. increase passing the No. 40 sieve 20 Classification 3 Tex-117-E / NA 1.1 – 2.3 Minimum compressive strength 3, psi lateral pressure 0 psi lateral pressure 15 psi 35 175 1. Determine plastic index in accordance with Tex-107-E
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Jun 06, 2015 This Grindability Test or Bond Ball Mill Work Index Procedure is used to determine the Bond Work Index of minus six mesh or finer feed ore samples. These equation application methods are used to process 1/2″ ore samples in a Ball Mill using a standard ball charge.. Below describes in general terms the Bond Work Index Procedure used by a
The ball mill work index laboratory test is conducted by grinding an ore sample prepared to 100% passing 3.36 mm (6 mesh) to product size in the range of 45-150 m (325-100 mesh), thus determining the ball mill work index (Wi B or BWi). The work index calculations across a narrow size range are conducted using the appropriate laboratory work
Ball Mill Wio, BWio 8.6 Circuit Wio, OWio 14.6 Bond Ball Mill Work Index, BWi, kWh/t 13.4 Bond Rod Mill Work Index, RWi, kWh/t 18.1 Table 1. Example of AG/SAG Ball Mill Circuit Wio Calculations [1] [2] ABstrAct Optimum use of power in grinding, both in terms of grinding efficiency and use of installed capital, can have a large effect on
SMC Data Processing. The results from conducting the SMC Test are used to determine the drop-weight index (DWi) which is a measure of the strength of the rock as well as the comminution indices Mia, Mih and Mic. In conjunction with the Bond ball mill work index they can be used to accurately predict the overall specific energy requirements of
Jan 14, 2021 Ball Mill Work Index tests using crushed feed, and Standard Autogenous Grinding Design (SAGDesign) Tests, patented by Outokumpu. (See reference 8 below). The comparison of these results gives context to how the various measurements relate to each other and how they can be used to obtain an accurate design for the grinding mills required for
Wet ball mill, % max. increase passing the No. 40 sieve Tex-116-E 20 20 – As shown on the plans Classification3 1.0 1.1–2.3 – As shown on the plans Min. compressive strength3, psi lateral pressure 0 psi 45 35 – lateral pressure 15 psi Tex-117-E 175 175 – As shown on the plans 1. Determine plastic index in accordance with Tex-107-E
Bond (1961) and Bond (1963) described a standard procedure to determine work index at length. Pongprasert et al. (1994) followed the procedure step by step using a lab ball mill to determine the Bond work index of feldspar ore from Nopphitam District, Thasala, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thai-land
Metso Outotec has designed, manufactured and installed over 8,000 ball and pebble mills all over the world for a wide range of applications. Some of those applications are grate discharge, peripheral discharge, dry grinding, special length to diameter ratio, high temperature milling oprations and more. All equipment adheres to the applicable
Where, WioACTis the Actual Operating Bond Work Index (kWh/t), W is the specific energy input (kWh/t), P80 is the 80% passing size of product ( m), and F80 is the 80% passing size of circuit feed ( m). 2. Calculate the Standard Circuit Bond Work Index (WiSTD) for the material being processed (equation 3). Wtotal
The work index covering grinding in tumbling mills of coarse sizes is labelled M. ia. The work index covering grinding of fine particles is labelled M. ib (Morrell, 2008). M. ia. values are provided as a standard output from a SMC Test (Morrell, 2004. a) whilst M. ib. values can be determined using the data generated by a conventional Bond
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Oct 28, 2021 Bond Ball/Rod Mill Work Index. Bond ball mill work index (BBMWI) test is a standard test used to measure the ball mill work, which is calculated in accordance with the procedure proposed by the Bond [21]. The BBMWI determines how much energy is needed to grind a sample of ore in a ball mill [22]
of ores related to the ond ball mill and ond rod mill work index Thi index is used to calculate the power draw requirements of a rod mill. Furthermore it allows more precise calculation of the required comminution energy. The RWI index is used for a secondary crusher product size in the range 25mm down to 2,1mm and WI index is used from 2,1mm
Table 8 below summarizes the test results from the Australian material measured using the BICO mill. the BICO produced a value 2.43 kWh/t less, a difference of 15.7%. This is a substantial
an average work index of 15.5 kWh/t. A very broad range of results was received, characterising the ‘standard ore’ from medium to very hard. A disappointing result considering the reliance on this test globally for design and optimisation. An improved method using less mass compared to the Bond Ball Mill Work Index test