grindability

grindability

[‚grīn·də′bil·əd·ē]
(materials)
Relative ease with which a material can be ground.
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Tenders are invited for Hard grovr grindability machine/coke grinding machine
The fibers of biomass become brittle, improving grindability and reducing the cost and energy of grinding.
La biomasa y productos torrefactados se caracterizaron mediante analisis proximo y elemental, y el grado de trituracion de los productos se establecio con base en el HGI (Hardgrove Grindability Index) para carbones duros.
It was found that at high temperatures, flotation recovery is adversely affected, and that any economic gain achieved with an improved grindability will be outweighed by the loss in flotation [11].
Grindability of coal is a central characteristic of coal, which is closely related to pulverizer performance and mill capacity (ACARP, 1998) and is defined as ease of grinding of coal which is, in turn, linked to coal tenacity, fracture and hardness (Rubiera et al.
Based on the fact that the production cost of CB (composite binders) is largely determined by costs on disintegration of binder components, studies of comparative characteristics of grindability of WMS wastes of Kovdorskiy deposit and sands of Nizhneolshanskii deposit were carried out.
Bond, New Equation for Calculating the Work Index from A-C closed Circuit Ball Mill Grindability Test.
Most of our coal is a low-volatile coal, ranging from 70 to 100 on the Hardgrove Grindability Index (HGI).
To determine the rank of coal, laboratory tests such as proximate analysis (moisture, volatile matter, fixed carbon and ash), ultimate analysis (elemental composition of organic fraction on weight percent basis; carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur), heating value, hard groove grindability index (HGI) and petrographic analysis were carried out.
Grindability, chemical composition, particles granularity and angularity were studied by sieving analysis, laser granulometry, SEM analysis and mathematical methods [4].
They found that reduction of up to 50% relative grindability of the coals can be achieved after 5 min microwave exposure.