milling width

milling width

[′mil·iŋ ‚width]
(mining engineering)
Width of lode designated for treatment in the mill, as calculated with regard to daily tonnage.
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Milling width is 45mm, and milling height is adjusted in increments of 0.035mm.
Cutting conditions are: milling width [R.sub.D] = 16 mm, milling depth [A.sub.D] = 4 mm and cutting speed v = 95 m/min.
The integrated belt weigher offers a number of advantages as compared with a volumetric calculation of the conveyed quantities on the basis of milling width, milling depth and specific weight.