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30/1/2017 Bond Work Index Formula­Equation ­ Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy <a href=A Practical Guide to Mineral Processing Engineering Metallurgist Discussion Forum Mineral Processing Experts Mineral Processing Blog Metallurgy Testwork Discussion Group Mining Laboratory & Plant Equipment Bond Work Index Formula-Equation Previous Next What is the Bond Work Index Formula-Equation? In case you had forgotten, here is a classic: You can read all the details of this now “Biblical” grinding power requirement calculation formula in Fred Bond’s original paper . You can also review the step-by-step Bond Work Index Test Procedure I posted here. See this useful summary Table of Bond Work Index by Minerals . For any circuit, whether a crushing circuit, a rod mill, or a closed ball mill circuit, the Work Index always means the equivalent amount of energy to reduce one ton of the ore from a very large size to 100 um. The sample was received crushed appropriately for the ball mill test. Ball Mill Grindability Test was conducted by standard practice using 100-mesh (150 pm) closing screens. The ball mill work index is shown below. BM Wi (kW-hr/st) = 17.97 BM Wi (kW-hr/mt) = 19.81 https://www.911metallurgist.com/blog/bond­work­index­formula­equation 1/6 " id="pdf-obj-0-6" src="pdf-obj-0-6.jpg">
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Bond Work Index Formula-Equation

What is the Bond Work Index Formula-Equation? In case you had forgotten, here is a classic:

30/1/2017 Bond Work Index Formula­Equation ­ Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy <a href=A Practical Guide to Mineral Processing Engineering Metallurgist Discussion Forum Mineral Processing Experts Mineral Processing Blog Metallurgy Testwork Discussion Group Mining Laboratory & Plant Equipment Bond Work Index Formula-Equation Previous Next What is the Bond Work Index Formula-Equation? In case you had forgotten, here is a classic: You can read all the details of this now “Biblical” grinding power requirement calculation formula in Fred Bond’s original paper . You can also review the step-by-step Bond Work Index Test Procedure I posted here. See this useful summary Table of Bond Work Index by Minerals . For any circuit, whether a crushing circuit, a rod mill, or a closed ball mill circuit, the Work Index always means the equivalent amount of energy to reduce one ton of the ore from a very large size to 100 um. The sample was received crushed appropriately for the ball mill test. Ball Mill Grindability Test was conducted by standard practice using 100-mesh (150 pm) closing screens. The ball mill work index is shown below. BM Wi (kW-hr/st) = 17.97 BM Wi (kW-hr/mt) = 19.81 https://www.911metallurgist.com/blog/bond­work­index­formula­equation 1/6 " id="pdf-obj-0-41" src="pdf-obj-0-41.jpg">

See this useful summary Table of Bond Work Index by Minerals.

For any circuit, whether a crushing circuit, a rod mill, or a closed ball mill circuit, the Work Index always means the equivalent amount of energy to reduce one ton of the ore from a very large size to 100 um.

The sample was received crushed appropriately for the ball mill test. Ball Mill Grindability Test was conducted by standard practice using 100-mesh (150 pm) closing screens. The ball mill work index is shown below.

  • BM Wi (kW-hr/st) = 17.97

  • BM Wi (kW-hr/mt) = 19.81

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