diamond size

diamond size

[′dī·mənd ‚sīz]
(engineering)
In the bit-setting and diamond-drilling industries, the number of equal-size diamonds having a total weight of 1 carat; a 10-diamond size means 10 stones weighing 1 carat.
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The microdiamond data from this years' drilling clearly demonstrates that not only is the grade of this newly-defined extension of the CH-6 kimberlite very similar to that which we have previously defined, but also that we can expect the same macro diamond size distribution, which has important implications for future diamond valuations ...
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A statement from the company said: "The high microdiamond counts suggest potential for a coarse diamond size distribution and the project is within 10km of Saskatchewan Highway 911."
The average diamond size was 0.39 carats, which matches the regional average.
(20) Also, there is a well-known nonlinearity in the relationship between diamond size and price.
The optimal parameter value for the current density, the agitation level of the bath electrolyte, the particle diamond size to obtain a maximum of Vickers hardness at chemical composition is specified in the following: i = 1.5 A/[dm.sup.2], corresponding the anode cathode distance to f area, 500 rpm for size particles of 0.25 Lim, and 1.0 [micro]m, but 600 rpm for size particles of 6 [micro]m.
Peregrine Diamonds Limited (Peregrine) (TSX: PGD), a diamond exploration and development company, has discovered 0.64 carat diamond and a coarse diamond size distribution in a surface sample.
Exploration is ongoing to determine the diamond distribution, diamond size variation and continuity in outcrops between drill holes.
Diamond size: For singlepoint tools diamond size should be based on the grinding wheel diameter that the tool will be truing.
Obviously, if the answer is to be yes, the assumption has to be that diamond size and concentration are equal.