bench height

bench height

[′bench ‚hīt]
(mining engineering)
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The stiffness ratio is defined as the bench height divided by the burden of a blast.
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There are no such bench height requirements and the HSE will definitely not be sending their inspectors around measuring the benches!
Bench height for mining is planned at three metres which allows for appropriate controls of dilution at ore boundaries.
This new model, with tilting conveyor support beam, makes cleaning easy as the operator can access, remove and clean most of the components at bench height. In addition, it means that the conveyor can negotiate areas of low headroom when being moved.
But even some adults need to modify bench height to ensure their wrists and arms can be held level.
Primarily there are blasts with the bench height as high as tens of meters with the volume of the rock (substances) disintegrated, in order of thousands of tons.
Several studies have shown that exercise intensity during aerobic step dance can be modified by varying stepping rate, bench height, or manipulating body mass by using hand held weights or adding loads to the torso.
It's 27" high, which is a good bench height, and it has a top platform that is 9"x9" and can hold a variety of clamped goodies.