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**Feeding Granularity:** ≤20-≤25mm
**Applied Materials:**Limestone, calcite, barite, dolomite, potassium feldspar, marble, talcum, gypsum, kaolin, bentonite, medical stone, rock phosphate, manganese ore, iron ore, copper ore, gold ore,quartz, active carbon, carbon black, ceramic, coal, etc.
**Applicable Range:**Cement, silicate product, new building material, refractory material, fertilizer, black and non-ferrous metal ore dressing and glass ceramics production industry, etc.

Based on his work, this formula can be derived for ball diameter sizing and selection Dm lt 6 log dk d0.5 where D m the diameter of the singlesized balls in mm.d the diameter of the largest chunks of ore in the mill feed in mm. dk the P90 or fineness of the finished product in microns umwith this the finished product is

and with the decreased grain size, the necessary ball size also decreases Olejnik, 2010 2011. For each grain size there is an optimal ball size Trumic et. al., 2007. The bigger ball in relation to the optimal one will have an excess energy, and consequently, the smaller ball mill has less energy necessary for grinding. In both

Based on his work, this formula can be derived for ball diameter sizing and selection Dm lt 6 log dk d0.5 where D m the diameter of the singlesized balls in mm.d the diameter of the largest chunks of ore in the mill feed in mm. dk the P90 or fineness of the finished product in microns umwith this the finished product isand with the decreased grain size, the necessary ball size also decreases Olejnik, 2010 2011. For each grain size there is an optimal ball size Trumic et. al., 2007. The bigger ball in relation to the optimal one will have an excess energy, and consequently, the smaller ball mill has less energy necessary for grinding. In bothExperiments were made on copper ore, andesite and limestone, and it was found that the change of the mass passing a test screen G could be related to the aperture size Pk of the screen by the formula GK1 xPk. The grindingproduct size, P, in a Bond ball mill, which is given by the aperture size which passes 80 of the grinding product as a2 Ball milling a ball mill with a diameter of 2.44 meters, inside new liners, grinding wet in open circuit. When the grinding conditions differ from these specified conditions, efficiency factors Rowland and Kjos, 1978 have to be used in conjunction with equation 1.More balls with small size results in fine powder. As a thumb rule powder to be milled should be taken as 25 of total ball weight. If the quantity of charge is very less then milling balls will21 CONCLUSIONS Continued In the present work, equations were also derived, giving zthe ballmill power drawP as a function of its dimensions internal mill diameter D and length L, zthe ballmill power drawP as a function of the feed D f mm and the product size d mm, the Bond work index w i kWhshort ton and the mill throughput T short tonh, zthe ballmill dimensions D and L, whenThe formula for calculating the grinding balls mass in ball mill is given below we will consider the measurements process and calculations in more detail in our next articles. The formula for calculating the grinding balls mass in ball mill. G the grinding balls mass in ball mill, t j the mill filling degree with grinding balls, VThe basic parameters used in ball mill design power calculations, rod mill or any tumbling mill sizing are material to be ground, characteristics, Bond Work Index, bulk density, specific density, desired mill tonnage capacity DTPH, operating solids or pulp density, feed size as F80 and maximum chunk size, product size as P80 and maximum and finally the type of circuit openclosedThe sizing of ball mills and ball milling circuits from laboratory grinding tests is largely a question of applying empirical equations or factors based on accumulated experience. Different manufacturers use different methods, and it is difficult to check the validity of the sizing estimates when estimates from different sources are widely divergent. It is especially difficult to teach millThe majority of grinding balls are forged carbon or alloy steels. Generally, they are spherical, but other shapes have been used. The choice of the top or recharge ball size can be made using empirical equations developed by Bond 1958 or Azzaroni 1984 or by using special batchgrinding tests interpreted in the content of population balance models Lo and Herbst 1986. The effect ofsize of the feed and the product m, respectively. Bond developed a standard laboratory test for the determination of the work index for ball and rod mills in 1952 and modified it in 1961. The standard Bond ball mill grindability test is a closed circuit dry grinding test with a 250 circulating load. The standard procedural outline of the

Based on his work, this formula can be derived for ball diameter sizing and selection Dm lt 6 log dk d0.5 where D m the diameter of the singlesized balls in mm.d the diameter of the largest chunks of ore in the mill feed in mm. dk the P90 or fineness of the finished product in microns umwith this the finished product is

and with the decreased grain size, the necessary ball size also decreases Olejnik, 2010 2011. For each grain size there is an optimal ball size Trumic et. al., 2007. The bigger ball in relation to the optimal one will have an excess energy, and consequently, the smaller ball mill has less energy necessary for grinding. In both

Experiments were made on copper ore, andesite and limestone, and it was found that the change of the mass passing a test screen G could be related to the aperture size Pk of the screen by the formula GK1 xPk. The grindingproduct size, P, in a Bond ball mill, which is given by the aperture size which passes 80 of the grinding product as a

2 Ball milling a ball mill with a diameter of 2.44 meters, inside new liners, grinding wet in open circuit. When the grinding conditions differ from these specified conditions, efficiency factors Rowland and Kjos, 1978 have to be used in conjunction with equation 1.

Based on his work, this formula can be derived for ball diameter sizing and selection Dm lt 6 log dk d0.5 where D m the diameter of the singlesized balls in mm.d the diameter of the largest chunks of ore in the mill feed in mm. dk the P90 or fineness of the finished product in microns umwith this the finished product is