An Analysis Of Mill Grinding Noise
The noise generated by a ball mill during a batch grinding operation is investigated and the results show that, for a given ore, the noise levels may vary with time of grind, ore charge weight and mill speed. The role of the ore in absorbing noise energy is suggested as a possible control variable for the grinding process and as an indicator of product size distribution. The relationship between ore types and mill noise is also examined and, under conditions of wet grinding, it is demonstrated that mill noise analysis can indicate ore type and may have a possible use as a grindability-type parameter. © 1985.
J. L. Watson, "An Analysis Of Mill Grinding Noise," Powder Technology, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 83 - 89, Elsevier, Jan 1985.
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01 Jan 1985