BALL MILL MODELS: THEIR EVOLUTION AND PRESENT STATUS.

Lynch A.J., Whiten W.J. and Narayanan S.S. (1986). BALL MILL MODELS: THEIR EVOLUTION AND PRESENT STATUS.. In: Advances in Mineral Processing: A Half-Century of Progress in Application of Theory to Practice. Proceedings of a Symposium Honoring Nathaniel Arbiter on his 75th Birthday., New Orleans, LA, USA, (48-66). .

Author Lynch A.J.
Whiten W.J.
Narayanan S.S.
Title of paper BALL MILL MODELS: THEIR EVOLUTION AND PRESENT STATUS.
Conference name Advances in Mineral Processing: A Half-Century of Progress in Application of Theory to Practice. Proceedings of a Symposium Honoring Nathaniel Arbiter on his 75th Birthday.
Conference location New Orleans, LA, USA
Publisher Soc of Mining Engineers
Publication Year 1986
Sub-type Fully published paper
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
ISBN 0873350502
Start page 48
End page 66
Total pages 19
Language eng
Abstract/Summary The evolution of ball mill models from empirical energy-size reduction relationships to the modern mathematical models that describe the various comminution and material transport mechanisms is described. The methods used by the various research workers for the determination of ball mill models parameters are compared. This comparison shows that, while all the modern ball mill models use a similar method for describing the breakage rate and the breakage distribution functions, each model has its own way of representing the material transport mechanisms. The ball mill scale-up techniques using laboratory batch milling data and single particle breakage data are discussed. The predictions from the ball mill scale-up scheme using single particle breakage data and the multi-segment ball mill model are illustrated from a typical example.
Subjects 2200 Engineering
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

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