A more holistic view of mill liner management

Powell, M. S., Hilden, M. M., Weerasekara, N., Yahyaei, M., Toor, P., Franke, J. and Bird, M. (2012). A more holistic view of mill liner management. In: Peter Hills (Conference Chair), Proceedings: 11th AusIMM Mill Operators' Conference 2012. 11th AusIMM Mill Operators' Conference 2012, Hobart, Tasmania, (95-104). 29-31 October 2012.

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Author Powell, M. S.
Hilden, M. M.
Weerasekara, N.
Yahyaei, M.
Toor, P.
Franke, J.
Bird, M.
Title of paper A more holistic view of mill liner management
Conference name 11th AusIMM Mill Operators' Conference 2012
Conference location Hobart, Tasmania
Conference dates 29-31 October 2012
Proceedings title Proceedings: 11th AusIMM Mill Operators' Conference 2012
Place of Publication Carlton, Victoria
Publisher AusIMM: Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 9781921522734
Editor Peter Hills (Conference Chair)
Start page 95
End page 104
Total pages 10
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary The combination of new tools with a more rigorous approach to understanding the interaction of
mill liners with overall mill performance and economics, forms the basis of an integrated approach
to liner management. Based on accurate liner wear measurements, some (limited) physical mill
inspections and surveys, accurate calibration of the mill load and analysis of process data, a whole
new approach to liner selection, relining intervals and mill control is proposed. Collection and
analysis of this information in operating mills illustrates the mill performance improvement
which can be attained through this careful measurement and modelling ap proach.
     A more holistic approach to liner management is proposed, including a broadening of the
current work to cover the poten tial benefits of improved relining technologies and predictive liner
wear modelling.
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