11/18/2014· Slide 2 Content Introduction Circulating load calculate Most factories the purpose of control Effective factors for circulating load Test design Conclusion References 3 Slide 3 circulating load ratio As the ratio of the amount of solids going through the ball mill divided by the amount of solids going through the circuit

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Live ChatPower Factor (Cos Ø) 061 049 056 055 062 The load survey conducted on the ball mill shows that the maximum loading on ball mill motor is 43% The load variation recorded during normal operation of ball mill motor is 610 kW to 971 kW while the rated capacity of motor is 224 kW The load survey during single ball mill operation is shown

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Live Chat6/1/2005· Thus giving them a lower efficiency as they are grinding very small rocks to start with Also depends on the medium in the mill There are many other solutions however if the efficiency of a SAG mill is not what you are after all of the other options cost more in terms of maintenance and materials (eg pure ball mills hammer mills and rod mills)

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Live ChatThe adopted hydrocyclone flow split parameter was 8374% This indicates that 8374% of the hydrocyclone feed returns to the mill as circulating load Considering the new feed is equal to 482 t/h the calculated circulating load was equal to 2 48233 t/h being necessary 177 iterations for the calculation

Live ChatWhy have a large circulation load If a product all finer than a certain critical size is required the capacity of the ball mill is increased considerably by using it in closed circuit with a classifier and this increase is made still greater by increasing the circulating load in between the ball mill and the classifier (Fig 70)

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Live Chatgeneral the bigger the mill diameter the lower are the mill operating and critical speeds Thus for larger mills the number of poles will increase As a result the number of poles can vary from 48 to 72 poles (Fig 3) with typical mill speed requirements of about 10 rpm for larger SAG mills and about 15 rpm for smaller ball mills Figure 3

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Live ChatBall mill diameter = 457 m (inside liner diameter = 439 m) Ball mill load = 35% Ball charge mass = 113 t Ball size = 64 mm Step 5 The diameter efficiency factor F 3 in step 2 can now be determined using Equation (Figure 810) As the ID of the mill has been provisionally established as 439 m then F 3 = 0914 as D 381 m

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Live Chat5/24/2011· Chip load is directly proportional to the cutter diameter including drills General chip load for a drill is 16% of its diameter per flute on 2 flute drills Divide the end mill diameter by 120 for an end mill chip load when using a full diameter slot cut Then the

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Live Chatthe mill is used primarily to lift the load (medium and charge) Additional power is required to keep the mill rotating 813 Power drawn by ball semi autogenous and autogenous mills A simplified picture of the mill load is shown in Figure 83 Ad this can be used to establish the essential features of a

Live Chat5/24/2011· Chip load is directly proportional to the cutter diameter including drills General chip load for a drill is 16% of its diameter per flute on 2 flute drills Divide the end mill diameter by 120 for an end mill chip load when using a full diameter slot cut Then the

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Live Chatcorrection factor to resultant power and deducting the ball milling component of the power; refer to Equation 2 The approach requires the feed size to the SAG the SAG mill product size (transfer size) and the final product size The prediction of the SAG mill transfer size used in the formula is made by

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Live ChatNewfangled Solutions Mill Wizard The chip load factor is normally calculated to be 10% of the tool diameter for tools less than 1 (254mm) in diameter For tools larger than 1 (254mm) the chip load will be set to 010 inch The White Ball on the tool path display represents the home location

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Live Chat9/7/2011· Re VRM and ball mill circulating load Mainly in USA the term circulating load is more often used than the circulation factorCirculating load is percentage of coarse return in relation to fines it can be calculated by Coarse return TPH X 100 / Mill output TPHNormal range of cirulating load in a conventional close circuit ball mill is around 100 200%

Live ChatAlso the uprising velocity in the mill can be controlled by a recycle pump to affect the product size distribution prevent over grinding and reduce the circulating load from the cyclone Final product size is a factor of applied grinding power flow rate and slurry density

Live ChatChoose the proper chip load factor (CLF) based on the radial depth of cut Now choose the right surface feet per minute (SFM) or surface meters per minute (SMM) Use the SFM and the diameter of the mill to calculate the RPM of your machine Use the RPM IPT CLF and the number of flutes to calculate the feed rate or IPM

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