grindability

grindability

[‚grīn·də′bil·əd·ē]
(materials)
Relative ease with which a material can be ground.
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They are used due to their good grindability, high wear resistance and corrosion protection.
The relative grindability (M-2 = 100) of a number of common materials.
A grindability limit is reached when particles go below a millionth of an inch in diameter.
exhibited a variety of instruments for measuring, recording, and controlling viscosity, consistency, plasticity, moisture, temperature, and grindability.
The objectives of the Kenville Property study were to: 1) assay the gold, silver, copper, and lead grades of six submitted representative mineralized rock samples, 2) prepare a composite by combining the six submitted samples, 3) determine the grindability of the composite, 4) test gravity concentration techniques to the composite sample, 5) test how the composite responds to the standard flotation technique, 6) determine possible concentrate upgrading techniques, and 7) develop a simplified mineral processing flowsheet.
Tests with their new Grindability Machine show considerable variation in machinability of ceramics, even with materials of similar composition, but from different vendors.
Adaptability was one reason Master Chemical chose a surface grinder for running its grindability tests.
In this regard, the grindability of ceramics varies with composition, microstructure, and strength, just like metals.
Crushes like coal: Hardgrove Grindability Index 55+
The fine, well-dispersed carbides provide better wear resistance than conventional grades while maintaining toughness and grindability, he adds.
Hansen, said, "After evaluating recent grindability studies and the robustness of the initial plant design, we have determined that higher throughput capacity at Mt.