When Bond introduced the Work Index concept (Bond 1952), he introduced a new method for determining the energy required for grinding ores and outlined a mathematical method for using the Work Index to design grinding circuits. Though it is an empirical procedure, even at this time, there is little prospect that the Work Index will be replaced
W is the work index measured in a laboratory ball mill (kilowatt-hours per metric or short ton) P 80 is the mill circuit product size in micrometers; F 80 is the mill circuit feed size in micrometers. Rod mill. A rotating drum causes friction and attrition between steel rods and ore particles.
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 Professional Metallurgical Testing
* Bond F. C., “Crushing Tests by Pressure and Impact”, Trans AIME, Vol 169, 1947, pp 58-66. Bond Rod Mill Grindability Test. The test determines the Bond Rod Mill Work Index which is used with Bond’s Third Theory of Comminution to calculate net power requirements when sizing ball mills*. Various correction factors may have to be applied.
the work index depending on the grind size. In this way, work index values are usually obtained for some specific grind size that characterizes the grinding operation to design or under evaluation. This study was carried out in a standard bond ball mill 305 mm x 305 mm size
2016-01-01· "Use of the Bond Work Index to size industrial grinding equipment was widely known. Bond also described its application for measuring grinding circuit efficiency. Bond Work Index efficiency has been widely used by industry, but until now without concise standard methods, or a formal guideline, for doing so. The Bond Efficiency Sub-Committee of the Industrial Comminution Efficiency work
The Bond work index is a measure of ore resistance to crushing and grinding and is determined using the Bond grindability test. Its value constitutes ore characteristic and is used for industrial
The Bond Index conforming rod charge consists of: 6 rods of 1.25“ diameter and 21“ length; 2 rods of 1.75“ diameter and 21“ length; The grinding jar for the Bond Index Rod Mill is 12″ x 24″ in size and has a wave-shaped design. At least 15 to 20 kg sample material is required to simulate a closed grinding circuit in a ball or rod
bond work index of limestone equipment. Increasing Capacity of Existing Limestone Grinding Systems While Increased limestone grinding capacity may be required at existing FGD . As the Bond Work Index increases, the capacity of the mill to produce a . If any problem developed in this common equipment, both downstream mills would be put. Read more. how does a limestone ball mill
2015-10-03· The Titan Bond Work Index Rod Mill is one-piece cast construction with integral wave liners of a form described by Bond. This mill is used to perform the necessary metallurgical testing to determine the grinding characteristics of ores and power requirements for operating production-size
The Bond Ball Mill Work Index is a measure of the resistance of the material to grinding in a ball mill. It can be used to determine the grinding power required for a given throughput of material under ball mill grinding conditions. It is a 'locked cycle' test conducted in closed circuit with a laboratory screen.
JKTech Laboratory Services Bond Ball Mill Index Test (BRMWI) A Bond Ball Mill Index Test (BBMWI) is a standard test for determining the Ball Mill Work Index of a sample of ore. The BBMWI is a measure of the resistance of the material to crushing and grinding. It can be used to determine
2017-10-19· Bond formula for the grinding balls size calculation October 19, 2017 · Archive · 0 . The enterprises consumers grinding media have a question about right choise the grinding ball size (diameter) for the mill in order to achieve the required grinding quality.
2015-10-15· The Bond Work Index (BWI or W i) is defined as the calculated specific energy (kW h/t) applied in reducing material of infinite particle size to 80% passing 100 μm . The higher the value for W i,the more energy is required to grind a material in a ball mill , .
The Bond work index is a very important parameter of the third theory of com minution. It has a decisive effect on the design of crushing and grinding equipment, the calculation of its motor capacity and the appraisal of the operation efficiency of the equipment. The standard method for the determination of the Bond work index is the tradi-
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, 2004a) whilst M ib values can be determined using the data generated by a conventional Bond ball mill
Abstract: The Bond work index is a measure of ore resistance to crushing and grinding and is determined using the Bond grindability test. Its value constitutes ore characteristic and is used for industrial comminution plants designing. Determining the Bond work index
Chapter 3 Particle Technology (Size Reduction) Kick’s law: the work required for crushing a given mass of material is constant for the same reduction ratio, 3.2.2 Bond crushing law and work index.
Although widely known as a tool for sizing and selection of crushing and grinding equipment, use of the Bond Work Index Equation as a tool to measure grinding efficiency is less widely known and used. Bond specified the specific energy (W, in kWh/t) that should be needed, that is for circuit design, based on average plant performance of his day
delineating size between coarse and fine grinding is 750 µm. SMC test results are used to determine the Drop Weight Index (DWi) and the coarse ore grinding index (M ia). Test data from the Bond ball mill work index test is used to calculate the fine grinding index (M ib). The M ia and M ib indices are used to calculate specific energy for the
For comminution of finer particle size ranges (20mm > P 80 > 30 μm) machines like the ball mill, vertical roller mill, hammer mill, roller press or high compression roller mill, vibration mill, jet mill and others are used. For yet finer grind sizes (sometimes referred to as "ultrafine grinding"), specialist mills such as the IsaMill are used.
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