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micrometers in size. According to the Bond standard procedure, the work index is determined by simulating a dry grinding in a closed circuit in the Bond ball mill to achieve 250% circulating load (Bond, 1949, 1952, 1961). The test is performed on a raw material approximately weighing 10 kg, which coarseness is 100% -3.327 mm.
Get PriceGb Bond's standard ball mill grindability, net grams p of ball mill product passing sieve size P 1 produced per mill revolution. The rest of the terms are defined as in Equation (1). The work index obtained following the standard Bond grindability test described above predicts the energy requirement for a 2.44 meter (8ft.) inside liners
Get PriceOne is the Hardgrove grindability index and the other the Bond work index. The Hardgrove index is determined using the ASTM method D 409–71. It involves grinding 50g of the material, e.g. coal, of specified size (16–30 mesh cut) in a specified ball-and-race mill for 60 revolutions.
Get Priceµm. Note that—in order for no correction factor for ball mill product fineness to apply—the ball mill circuit P80 should be no less than approximately 70 µm (Bond, 1962). This Bond Efficiency determination should not be applied to cir-cuits with a P80 finer than approximately 70
Get PriceAlsto Bond Index Ball Mill. Internationally accepted mineral metallurgical standard test procedures to determine the physical properties of ores include the Bond ball mill work index. This is empirical index determined by closed circuit grindability tests developed by F.C.Bond in the mid 1930's. It requires a specific 305mm diameter x 305mm
Get PriceAug 10, 2017· An alternative mill ball charge is proposed that closely approximates Bond's original total ball mass, number of balls and ball surface area. Results of 30 Bond Work index tests of six pure materials (calcite, magnesite, labradorite (feldspar), quartz, andalusite and glass) using closing screen apertures (P 1 ) values of 500, 250, 125, 90 and
Get PriceThe Bond ball mill work index is one of the most commonly used grindability tests in mining, and is often referred to as the Bond work index. The test is a 'locked-cycle' test where ground product is removed from test cycles and replaced by fresh feed. The test much achieve a steady-state before completion.
Get PriceThe standard Bond ball mill grindability test is a closed circuit dry grinding test with a 250% circulating load. The standard procedural outline of the test is stated in (Bond) 1961. The work index for a ball mill, Wi, is then calculated from the following equation. [7] where P
Get PriceEssa® Bond Test-Work Equipment. Internationally accepted mineral metallurgical standard test procedures to determine the physical properties of ores include the Bond ball mill work index and the Bond rod mill work index. These are empirical indices determined by close circuit grindability tests developed by F.C.Bond in the mid 1930's.
Get PriceP F P Gbp W ib 1 1 10 49 230. 82 1 (2) where . W. ib = Bond laboratory ball work index (kWh/tonne) P. 1 = closing screen size in microns . Gbp = net grams of screen undersize per mill revolution . P = 80% passing size of the product in microns . F = 80% passing size of the
Get Price14-12-2015· When F is the size in microns which 30 per cent of the new ball mill feed passes, P is the microns which 80 per cent of the last cycle sieve undersize product passes, and P1 is the opening in microns of the sieve size tested, then ball mill work index Wi
Get PriceThe Bond ball mill work index is one of the most commonly used grindability tests in mining, and is often referred to as the Bond work index. The test is a 'locked-cycle' test where ground product is removed from test cycles and replaced by fresh feed. The test much achieve a steady-state before completion.
Get PriceThe grindability of an ore in the process of mineral dressing can be determined by use of the Bond work index (Wi). This index is determined on a laboratory-scale using a Bond ball-mill and by
Get PriceThe Bond work index determination according to the standard Bond's test is done on all these samples with compara-tive sieve size of 74, 105 and 150 microns. The Bond Work Index is calculated using the formula (Bond, 1961): (√ √) (1) where: W i – Bond work index (kWh/t); P c – test sieve mesh size (µm);
Get PriceKinetic grinding test approach to estimate the ball mill work index 343 The W i parameter is obtained from Bond's ball mill grindability test (Bond, 1961). This test is performed according to the standard Bond procedure which proposed model is presented in Eq. 1. This standard grindability test simulates a
Get PriceA copy of Fred C. Bond's Method of Crushing and Grinding for determination of the Bond Index is included with each mill. This Ball Mill can be used continuously or it can be used for any number of revolutions, according to the type of grind desired. The FC Bond ball Mill comes with table stand, motor, clutch, revolution counter, motor starter
Get Priceof 2 series) mesh size coarser than the plant ball mill circuit P80. If between standard mesh sizes, the finer of the chose two. Results of Bond ball mill tests conducted with closing screens of 75 µm or finer are to be treated with caution. The Bond Work Index relationship has been noted to apply down
Get PriceJan 01, 1988· I, No. 2, pp. 113-125, 1988 0892-6875/88 $3.00 + 0.00 Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Press plc ERROR ANALYSIS FOR BOND WORK INDEX DETERMINATIONS PART 1: ACCURACY AND REPRODUCIBILITY A.R.LAPLANTE, R.E.McIVOR and J.A.FINCH Dept. of Mining & Metallurgical Engineering McGill University, Que., Canada (Received 22 July 1987) revision 20 November
Get PriceYou need a two-stage solution, first stage open-circuit mill and then second stage closed-circuit mill. First stage, will be broken into two parts as well, you use a Bond rod mill work index for the coarse component of the ore (+2.1 mm) and the Bond ball mill work index for the fine component (-2.1 mm).
Get Priceof 2 series) mesh size coarser than the plant ball mill circuit P80. If between standard mesh sizes, the finer of the chose two. Results of Bond ball mill tests conducted with closing screens of 75 µm or finer are to be treated with caution. The Bond Work Index relationship has been noted to apply down
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