The Bond work index is a measure of ore resistance to crushing and grinding and is determined using the Bond grindability test. Its value constitutes ore characteristic and is used for industrial

Measuring ore grindability in balls mills. The Bond Ball Mill Work Index is a measure of the resistance of the material to grinding in a ball mill. It can be used to determine the grinding power required for a given throughput of material under ball mill grinding conditions. It

JKTech Laboratory Services Bond Ball Mill Index Test (BRMWI) A Bond Ball Mill Index Test (BBMWI) is a standard test for determining the Ball Mill Work Index of a sample of ore. The BBMWI is a measure of the resistance of the material to crushing and grinding. It can be used to determine

Bond Rod Mill Grindability Test. Grinding Solutions can carry out Bond Rod Mill Work Index tests to determine the energy requirements for milling ore in a rod mill. The test requires a minimum of 20kg of -12.5mm material. Closing screen sizes typically range from 4.75mm to 212µm. Abrasion Index Test

This Table of Ball Mill Bond Work Index of Minerals is a summary as tested on ‘around the world sample’. You can find the SG of each mineral samples on the other table.

You need a two-stage solution, first stage open-circuit mill and then second stage closed-circuit mill. First stage, will be broken into two parts as well, you use a Bond rod mill work index for the coarse component of the ore (+2.1 mm) and the Bond ball mill work index for the fine component (-2.1 mm).

This Grindability Test or Bond Ball Mill Work Index Procedure is used to determine the Bond Work Index of minus six mesh or finer feed ore samples. These equation application methods are used to process <1/2″ ore samples in a Ball Mill using a standard ball charge. Below describes in general terms the Bond Work Index Procedure used by a Professional Metallurgical Testing Laboratory.

Sizing a crusher can be done reliably calculated thanks to the Impact/Crushing Work Index and the testwork research done by Fred Chester Bond and his 1952 paper. According to Bond’s Third Theory of Comminution, the work/energy input is proportional to the new crack tip length created during particle breakage and equivalent to the work represented by the product the feed.

Fred Chester Bond (June 10, 1899 January 23, 1977) was an American mining engineer.A graduate and former professor of the Colorado School of Mines, he worked in the mining equipment and ore milling equipment business of Allis-Chalmers from 1930 to 1964.

* Bond F. C., “Crushing & Grinding Calculations”, Reprint from British Chemical Engineering, Allis-Chalmers Publication 07R9235B. Bond Low Energy Impact Test. The test determines the Bond Impact Work Index which is used with Bond’s Third Theory of Comminution to calculate net power requirements when sizing crushers*. It is also used to

W is the work index measured in a laboratory ball mill (kilowatt-hours per metric or short ton) P 80 is the mill circuit product size in micrometers; F 80 is the mill circuit feed size in micrometers. Rod mill. A rotating drum causes friction and attrition between steel rods and ore particles.

Abstract: The Bond work index is a measure of ore resistance to crushing and grinding and is determined using the Bond grindability test. Its value constitutes ore characteristic and is used for industrial comminution plants designing. Determining the Bond work index

Drop Weight Index (DWi) and the coarse ore grinding index (M ia). Test data from the Bond ball mill work index test is used to calculate the fine grinding index (M ib). The M ia and M ib indices are used to calculate specific energy for the coarse (W a) and fine (W b) components of the total grinding specific energy at the pinion (W

Comparison of UCS to Bond Work Indices Alex Doll, Alex G Doll Consulting Ltd, Edmonton, Canada Derek Barratt, DJB Consultants Inc, North Vancouver, Canada Ken Wood, Fluor Mining & Minerals, Vancouver, Canada Abstract Unconfined Compressive Strength (UCS) is a commonly used rockmass strength measurement used by

correlation between the abrasion value(X2) and work index (Wi) is found to be Wi = -1.8 Ln (X2) + 11.5 with correlation coefficient of 0.80. KEYWORDS: Bond work index ± Mechanical properties of rocks ± Grinding energy- Crushing resistance 1- INTRODUCTION Comminution in a mineral processing plant, or mill, involves a sequence of crushi ng

[2], the operating work index (Wio) of an existing grinding circuit can be calculated, given known mill power draw, throughput, feed and product size distributions. kWh/t = Power applied per ton of feed to the grinding unit Wi = The standard Bond work index of the ore P 80 = The 80% cumulative passing size of the product in microns F 80

Comparison of Ore Hardness Measurements for Grinding Mill Design for the Tenke Project (to T80 1.7 mm) and Bond Work Index on SAG ground ore. To data 63 SAGDesign tests have been done and this allowed the Tenke results to be ranked with respect to all the samples tested to date. Critical issues with regard to the various tests done are reproducibility of the test result in duplicate tests

[2], the operating work index (Wio) of an existing grinding circuit can be calculated, given known mill power draw, throughput, feed and product size distributions. kWh/t = Power applied per ton of feed to the grinding unit Wi = The standard Bond work index of the ore P 80 = The 80% cumulative passing size of the product in microns F 80

It was obvious that d80 was decreased with increasing grinding time and decreasing work index, but the effect of grinding time on d80 was more at lower values of work index rather than higher values. Also, the feed size of ore had no effect on the interaction effect of grinding time and work index at desired levels. 3.4. Effect of feed size on

[2], the operating work index (Wio) of an existing grinding circuit can be calculated, given known mill power draw, throughput, feed and product size distributions. kWh/t = Power applied per ton of feed to the grinding unit Wi = The standard Bond work index of the ore P 80 = The 80% cumulative passing size of the product in microns F 80

Comparison of Ore Hardness Measurements for Grinding Mill Design for the Tenke Project (to T80 1.7 mm) and Bond Work Index on SAG ground ore. To data 63 SAGDesign tests have been done and this allowed the Tenke results to be ranked with respect to all the samples tested to date. Critical issues with regard to the various tests done are reproducibility of the test result

Bond Work Index Of Ore. We are a large-scale manufacturer specializing in producing various mining machines including different types of sand and gravel equipment, milling equipment, mineral processing equipment and building materials equipment. And they are mainly used to crush coarse minerals like gold and copper ore, metals like steel and

Bond Rod Mill Index Test (BRMWI) A Bond Rod Mill Index Test (BRMWI) is a standard test for determining the Rod Mill Work Index of a sample of ore. The BRMWI is a measure of the resistance of the material to crushing and grinding. It can be used to determine the grinding power required for a given throughput of material under rod mill grinding

The relationships obtained between the indices were in surprisingly good agreement, with high correlations (0.99 and 0.97). The Bond work index and the grindability index can therefore be estimated from the friability value, which can be determined more rapidly than from the Bond test.

Bond Index Test Test conducted on a Bond Index testing mill (Bico-Braun, USA) 700ml of sample milled for 100 revolutions. New number of revolutions is calculated to produce fines equal to 1/3.5 of the total charge of the mill. The Bond Work Index W i expresses the resistance of the material to grinding to a specified product size

The work index covering grinding in tumbling mills of coarse sizes is labelled M ia. The work index covering grinding of fine particles is labelled M ib (Morrell, 2008). M ia values are provided as a standard output from a SMC Test® (Morrell, 2004a) whilst M ib values can be determined using the data generated by a conventional Bond ball mill

a new approach toward estimating the Bond ball mill work index (BBWI) by applying a series of kinetic grinding tests with Bond standard mill. Establishing a series of relationships between grinding parameters and Bond equation parameters, this approach is fast and practical due to eliminating laboratory control

grindability well in advance of when ore are actually mined. Traditional measurements of ore grindability are the Bond Work Index (Wi) values (Bond, 1952), divided into a low energy crushing work index (Wi C) for coarse rocks (75-50 mm), a rod mill work index (Wi RM) for intermediate sized particles (25-3 mm), and a ball mill work index (Wi

These secondary correlations can involve multi-variable regression analysis with other, non-metallurgical, ore parameters and/or domaining by rock type, lithology, alteration, mineralogy, or structural domains. Test work. The following tests are commonly used for geometallurgical modeling: Bond ball mill work index test