screen analysis

screen analysis

[′skrēn ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(engineering)
A method for finding the particle-size distribution of any loose, flowing, conglomerate material by measuring the percentage of particles that pass through a series of standard screens with holes of various sizes.

sieve analysis, screen analysis

A determination of the proportions of particles lying within certain size ranges in a granular material by separation on sieves of different-size openings.
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Samples with identified visible gold were analyzed using a fire assay metallic screen analysis.
A comparison of the dried sand screen analysis and the washed screen analysis shows how much agglomeration is taking place in the green sand system.
But here Sunday Mail critic John Millar and John Izod, Professor of screen analysis at Stirling University, disagree on whether it is the best ever.
The results from the Ro-tap screen analysis provide an overview of the particle size distribution of the wood flours.
Material Specifications: The contractor shall not deviate from the chemical and screen analysis as described in Attachment C.
He's taken the defenders away and worked with them but we have also watched a lot of videos as he is big on screen analysis.
There are two popular testing methods in the laboratory that can be related to this characteristic the AFS 25 micron clay wash and a screen analysis of the molding sand.
cleaning, maintenance of pilot plants, jaw crusher, double role crusher, ball mill, pulverize, Screen analysis of ROM samples, crushing of ROM/oversize to the desired size & processessing sample preparation, full scale washiblity test, sample preparation & sub-sampling of gravity fraction for full scale washiblity test, collection of sample from coal washing unit, shifing of materials like coal/magnetite, muck, stores etc.
Screen analysis and AFS grain fineness tests measure the grain size.