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Comminution and transport behaviour in agitated ball mills

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The importance of agitated ball mills in the field of ultra-fine grinding is still increasing but there is also a lack of scientific information in this field. Experimental investigations have been carried out with different size agitated ball mills (4-2001) and different materials (limestone, hard coal, micro-organisms). The specific energy input has been found to be the most important parameter influencing the comminution result. A method for scale-up and prediction of power consumption is described. The mathematical and experimental investigation of the transport behaviour in the mill also allows the prediction of comminution results during continuous operation as a function of operational parameters. The influence of the bead size and the definition of comminution goals is pointed out.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Mechanical Process Engineering, Technical University of Braunschweig, Volkmaroder Strasse 4/5, 3300 Braunschweig, FRG


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