Bachelors Theses

Abstract

"Much has been written on the comparative efficiency of the various sorts of crushing machines used in the art of Ore Dressing, but it must be confessed that the subject has by no means been reduced to one of the exact sciences as yet. This is rather a sad condition of affairs, for as is of course apparent to the most casual observer, the whole fabric of ore dressing rests and depends to a large degree on the efficiency and economy of the crushing machinery. Inefficient crushing means high costs, irrespective of the thoroughness and cheapness with which the ensuing operations are carried out. Numerous and varied experiments have been carried out for the purpose of determining some means of comparing the work done by the various types of crushers, and Richards, in his admirable Text Book of Ore Dressing, gives the results of personal investigations on the subject. Of the multifarious and ingenious formulae and theories advanced, only two have stood the test, those of Stadtler and of Rittinger. While neither of these two is scientifically exact, involving as the do, an empirical coefficient, yet they are the best we have at present. The following investigations were conducted with a view of determining the comparative vale and usefulness of the two methods, and while the work is far from being conclusive, yet there are points which will well repay consideration"--Introduction, Page 1.

Department(s)

Mining and Nuclear Engineering

Degree Name

B.S. in Mining Engineering

Publisher

Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy

Publication Date

1914

Pagination

ii, 32 pages, 25 plates

Rights

© 1914 Clyde Willis Hall and Walter Henry Wager, All rights reserved.

Document Type

Thesis - Open Access

File Type

text

Language

English

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Crushing machinery -- Analysis

Thesis Number

T 334

Print OCLC #

5938320

Electronic OCLC #

853575232

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Table 1

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Table 2

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Table 3

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Table 4

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Granite Thru Gyratory

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Chert Thru Blake-1

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Thru Blake-2

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Chert Thru Dodge-1

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Chert Thru Dodge-2

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Hematite Thru Blake

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Granite Thru Rolls

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Calcite Thru Rolls

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Zinc Ore Thru Gyratory

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Zinc Ore Thru Blake

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Calcite Thru Dodge

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Granite Thru Gyratory-2

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Chert Thru Rolls

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Hematite Thru Dodge

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Zinc Ore Thru Rolls

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Hematite Thru Gyratory

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Hematite Thru Dodge

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Hematite Thru Rolls

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Zinc Ore Thru Dodge

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Calcite Thru Blake

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Calcite Thru Gyratory

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