Comparison of Wet and Dry Grinding in Electromagnetic Mill
AbstractComparison of dry and wet grinding process in an electromagnetic mill is presented in this paper. The research was conducted in a batch copper ore grinding. Batch mode allows for precise parametrization and constant repetitive conditions of the experiments. The following key aspects were tested: processing time, feed size, size of the grinding media, mass of the material and graining media, and density of the pulp. The particles size distribution of the product samples was analyzed in the laboratory after each experiment. The paper discusses the experimental results as well as the concept of dry and wet grinding and classification circuits for the electromagnetic mill. The main points of the discussion are the size reduction effectiveness and power consumption of the entire system. View Full-Text
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Ogonowski, S.; Wołosiewicz-Głąb, M.; Ogonowski, Z.; Foszcz, D.; Pawełczyk, M. Comparison of Wet and Dry Grinding in Electromagnetic Mill. Minerals 2018, 8, 138.
Ogonowski S, Wołosiewicz-Głąb M, Ogonowski Z, Foszcz D, Pawełczyk M. Comparison of Wet and Dry Grinding in Electromagnetic Mill. Minerals. 2018; 8(4):138.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ogonowski, Szymon; Wołosiewicz-Głąb, Marta; Ogonowski, Zbigniew; Foszcz, Dariusz; Pawełczyk, Marek. 2018. "Comparison of Wet and Dry Grinding in Electromagnetic Mill." Minerals 8, no. 4: 138.
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