This Table of Ball Mill Bond Work Index of Minerals is a summary as tested on ‘around the world sample’. You can find the SG of each mineral samples on the other table.
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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 µm (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 index determination for the material size of
01/01/2013· The Bond rod-mill work index is used in conjunction with Bond’s third theory of comminution to merely calculate net energy requirements for sizing rod-mills. This test was originally developed in the mid 1930s by F.C. Bond. Though, it was altered in succeeding years, it has essentially remained unchanged since 1961 . To calculate the Bond work index (W i) in a standard laboratory
The grindability test determines the hardness of the ore and the Work Index obtained is important in the design of a grinding circuit. The Work Index is used when determining the size of the mill and grinding power required to produce the required ore throughput in a ball mill. 2. Procedure 2.1. Bond Ball Mill Grindability The sample was crushed to 100% passing 6 mesh (3.35mm), from this a 700
The Bond's standard ball mill is used to determine the work index value of differ ent samples. The Bond work index is defined as the kilowatt-hours per short ton required to break from infinite size to a product size of 80% passing 100 µm. If the breakage characteristics of a material remain constant over all size ranges, the calcul ated work
Bond Rod Mill 0.305 12.7 Any 1.18 15 10 Locked-cycle Y Y Bond Ball Mill 0.305 3.35 Any 0.149 10 5 Locked-cycle Y Y Mod Bond 0.305 3.35 Any N/A 2 1.2 Batch N Y Table 1 Summary of Grindability Test Procedures 1Weight requested for the test, for typical ores (S.G. = 2.8g/cm3). Denser samples require more weight, proportional to the S.G. 2Approximate weight consumed in the test for typical
Traditional measurements of ore grindability are the Bond Work Index (Wi) values (Bond, 1952), divided into a low energy crushing work index (Wi C) for coarse rocks (75-50 mm), a rod mill work index (Wi RM) for intermediate sized particles (25-3 mm), and a ball mill work index (Wi BM) for small particles (<3 mm) (Ammtec, 2000). Laboratory testwork is required to determine these Work Indices
01/01/2013· The Bond rod-mill work index is used in conjunction with Bond’s third theory of comminution to merely calculate net energy requirements for sizing rod-mills. This test was originally developed in the mid 1930s by F.C. Bond. Though, it was altered in succeeding years, it has essentially remained unchanged since 1961 . To calculate the Bond work index (W i) in a standard laboratory
Determination of the energy consumption for ore grinding in a Bond ball mill requires samples of standard size, because changes in the size of the samples cause the change of the Bond work index (Magdalinovic et al., 2012). Due to the Bond test complexity and length, as well as the possibility to make mistakes during performance, many scientists have tried to simplify and shorten this
Bond Rod Mill 0.305 12.7 Any 1.18 15 10 Locked-cycle Y Y Bond Ball Mill 0.305 3.35 Any 0.149 10 5 Locked-cycle Y Y Mod Bond 0.305 3.35 Any N/A 2 1.2 Batch N Y Table 1 Summary of Grindability Test Procedures 1Weight requested for the test, for typical ores (S.G. = 2.8g/cm3). Denser samples require more weight, proportional to the S.G. 2Approximate weight consumed in the test for typical
The Bond Abrasion Test determines the Abrasion Index, which is used to determine steel media and liner wear in crushers, rod mills, and ball mills. Bond developed the following correlations based on the wear rate in pounds of metal wear/kWh of energy used in the comminution process. Wet rod mill: Rods: lb/kWh = 0.35(Ai 0.020) 0.2: Liners: lb/kWh = 0.035(Ai 0.015) 0.3 : Wet ball mill
Bond’s work index which is defined as the resistance of the material to grinding. The standard equation used by them for the ball mill work index (Bond work index) is as follows. / F 80 80 0.23 0.82 /10 44.5 1.1 GP W i bg i (4)
The Bond's standard ball mill is used to determine the work index value of differ ent samples. The Bond work index is defined as the kilowatt-hours per short ton required to break from infinite size to a product size of 80% passing 100 µm. If the breakage characteristics of a material remain constant over all size ranges, the calcul ated work
Sizing a crusher can be done reliably calculated thanks to the Impact/Crushing Work Index and the testwork research done by Fred Chester Bond and his 1952 paper. According to Bond’s Third Theory of Comminution, the work/energy input is proportional to the new crack tip length created during particle breakage and equivalent to the work represented by the product the feed. A crude test
(Starkey & Dobby, 1996) and Bond ball mill work index (BWI) (Bond, 1961), provide unquestionable margin of design safety in the plant (David, 2013). However, this approach does not consider the inherent variability of the orebody and, therefore, can lead to results which are not representative for some of the ore types. Monte Carlo simulation is a mathematical technique that allows accounting
= fine ore work index (kWh/tonne) P. 1 = closing screen size in microns . Gbp = net grams of screen undersize per mill revolution . p. 80 = 80% passing size of the product in microns . f 80 = 80% passing size of the feed in microns . Note that the Bond ball work index test should be carried out with a
Traditional measurements of ore grindability are the Bond Work Index (Wi) values (Bond, 1952), divided into a low energy crushing work index (Wi C) for coarse rocks (75-50 mm), a rod mill work index (Wi RM) for intermediate sized particles (25-3 mm), and a ball mill work index (Wi BM) for small particles (<3 mm) (Ammtec, 2000). Laboratory testwork is required to determine these Work Indices
Determination of the energy consumption for ore grinding in a Bond ball mill requires samples of standard size, because changes in the size of the samples cause the change of the Bond work index (Magdalinovic et al., 2012). Due to the Bond test complexity and length, as well as the possibility to make mistakes during performance, many scientists have tried to simplify and shorten this
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. This is because work index frequently changes as a function of the product size in comminution. If target grind size during a project is changed, or if the test is run at the wrong product size, then it is necessarily to provide a correction. The
Table I shows the Bond ball mill work index obtained for the ore samples as well as the iron and silica content in concentrate and tail after LIMS. The concentrate weight recovery was in the order of 50–60%. Furthermore it may be observed that the Bond ball mill work indices for the ore (Wi) varies from 14.6 to 20.9 kWh/t. The relationship between the ore hardness and iron content presented
For ore B a Bond ball mill work index value of 15 kWh/t was used. Further comminution tests will be required in the future to confirm this is representative of the ores to be processed. The bond index values generally indicate that grinding is moderate power consumer. Liberation and Concentration Flotation test work was conducted on both samples and the optimum conditions presented in Table 2
(Starkey & Dobby, 1996) and Bond ball mill work index (BWI) (Bond, 1961), provide unquestionable margin of design safety in the plant (David, 2013). However, this approach does not consider the inherent variability of the orebody and, therefore, can lead to results which are not representative for some of the ore types. Monte Carlo simulation is a mathematical technique that allows accounting
Bond’s work index which is defined as the resistance of the material to grinding. The standard equation used by them for the ball mill work index (Bond work index) is as follows. / F 80 80 0.23 0.82 /10 44.5 1.1 GP W i bg i (4)
= fine ore work index (kWh/tonne) P. 1 = closing screen size in microns . Gbp = net grams of screen undersize per mill revolution . p. 80 = 80% passing size of the product in microns . f 80 = 80% passing size of the feed in microns . Note that the Bond ball work index test should be carried out with a
18/03/2021· “The DEM analysis considers a range of variables such as the ore’s bond work index, its specific gravity, the size of the grinding media, the mill speed and the slurry density,” he says
15/05/2014· Wi = The Bond Ball Mill Work index ( 1952 )- is a measure of the resistance of the material to crushing and grinding . A Bond Ball Mill Work Index test may be required for the design of a new mineral processing plant . It is determined by Bond Ball Mill Grindability test in a lab using a Bond Mill. Grindability is the number of net grams of ( screen ) undersized product per revolution of the
Bond Work Index Tables (Wi) Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. Here there are given tables from various sources for the Bond work index values of mining materials (ores, industrial minerals and rocks). These
On the assessment of ore grindability and bond work index for mill control . By G.K.N. Subasinghe and J.L. Kanau. Abstract. In this study some drawbacks of using Bond grindability as a measure of grindability characteristics for mill control have been discussed. After reviewing the merits of alternative methods of determining the Bond grindability published in the literature, a new alternative
Table I shows the Bond ball mill work index obtained for the ore samples as well as the iron and silica content in concentrate and tail after LIMS. The concentrate weight recovery was in the order of 50–60%. Furthermore it may be observed that the Bond ball mill work indices for the ore (Wi) varies from 14.6 to 20.9 kWh/t. The relationship between the ore hardness and iron content presented
= fine ore work index (kWh/tonne) P. 1 = closing screen size in microns . Gbp = net grams of screen undersize per mill revolution . p. 80 = 80% passing size of the product in microns . f 80 = 80% passing size of the feed in microns . Note that the Bond ball work index test should be carried out with a
a method using Bond Indices than adding a single factor of 1.25 to arrive at the AG/SAG speciﬁ c energy. In 1991 the Canadians developed the SAGPower Index (SPI), test using 2 kg of material in a 300 mm diameter mill. This test has been further developed by Starkey, Hindstrom and Orser (2006). This test now includes a Bond Ball mill work
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Bond index of ore should be determined by Bond standard test and the corrected operating Bond index should be then determined by data collected from survey and mill feed and product size distribution analyses. Various literatures have explained the exact procedure of Bond standard test but in spite of widespread use for over 70 years, there is often great confusion about how to conduct Bond
Bond Crushability Work Index Bond Abrasion Work Index qJK Tech Testing JK Drop weight Test SAG Milling Comminution Test (SMC) COMMINUTION PILOT PLANT qAG/SAG Pilot Milling Mill dimensions: Ø1.7m x 0.6m length Typical throughput 0.5 -3.5 t/h depending on ore characteristics and circuit Accurate instrumentation for feed rate, charge mass, and mill power Incorporation of pebble crusher possible
18/03/2021· “The DEM analysis considers a range of variables such as the ore’s bond work index, its specific gravity, the size of the grinding media, the mill speed and the slurry density,” he says
A mill is a device that breaks solid materials into smaller pieces by grinding, crushing, or cutting. Such comminution is an important unit operation in many processes.There are many different types of mills and many types of materials processed in them. Historically mills were powered by hand or by animals (e.g., via a hand crank), working animal (e.g., horse mill), wind or water ().