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Get Price8.3.2.2 Ball mills. The ball mill is a tumbling mill that uses steel balls as the grinding media. The length of the cylindrical shell is usually 1–1.5 times the shell diameter ( Figure 8.11). The feed can be dry, with less than 3% moisture to minimize ball coating, or slurry containing 20–40% water by weight
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Get PriceJun 25 2018 mill effective diameter 223 m 335 is a constant used for dry grinding with steel balls in the mill actual size of media is taken is lower than the calculated value it is around 80 to 90 mm if you wants to reduce the maximum ball size thenreduce the feed size by using pregrinding operation. More Details
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Get PriceJun 19, 2015 Example: a mill measuring 11’0” diameter inside of new shell liners operates at 17.3 rpm. Critical speed is. C.S. = 76.63 / 11^0.5 = 23.1 rpm. Ball and SAG Mills are driven in practice at a speed corresponding to 60-81% of the critical speed, the choice of speed being influenced by
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Get PriceOct 19, 2006 For instance, if your jar had in inside diameter of 90 mm and your milling media was 12.7 mm diameter lead balls, the optimum rotation would be 98 RPM. Optimum RPM=.65 x Critical speed (cascading action of the media stops) Critical speed = 265.45/sqrt (Jar
Get PriceIn the images below we’ll use a stepover equal to 1/10, 1/5, and 1/3 of the tool diameter to show this correlation. To put real numbers on this, that would be equavalent to a .012, .025, and .042″ stepover for a .125″ ball mill. Stepover =1/10 of diameter. Stepover =1/5 of diameter. Stepover =1/3 of diameter
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