mill length

mill length

[′mil ‚leŋkth]
(engineering)
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mill length, random length

Run-of-the-mill length of pipe, usually 16 ft to 20 ft (approx. 4.9 m to 6 m).
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of [m.sup.3] kg mm section lifters in lifters along [cm.sup.2] each series mill length 0.1407 1130 2084 672 60 2 Table 2: Sarcheshmeh Mill Lining Specifications item value liner density [[rho].sub.liner], (t/[m.sup.3]) 8.03 r liner number of lifter bars, nl 60 lifter bar width, lbw (mm) 192 lifter bar thickness(height), lt (mm) 228 shell liner thickness (height), slt (mm) 76 SAG mill shell length, Lsm (m) 4.42 shell inside diameter, Dsm0 (m) 9.5 Table 3: Mill Liner Model Results item value Wear rate, (t/hr) 0.0253 Wear thickness, wt (mm/hr) 0.0172 = Thickness worn away each hour
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The mill length L and diameter D have a profound influence on the mode of failure of mills.
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Mill lengths don't cut it anymore--precise cut-to-length tubing and profiles are in growing demand.
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