Comminution 1994 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444824400, 9780444598653

Comminution 1994

1st Edition

Editors: K.S.E. Forssberg K. Schönert
eBook ISBN: 9780444598653
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 6th August 1996
Page Count: 760
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This publication is the result of the 8th European Conference on Comminution. Containing many significant contributions concerning the topic of Comminution, the book gives the reader a vital insight into the subject.

Table of Contents

Due to space limitations, only a selection of the published papers are listed. The influence of particle bed configurations and confinements on particle breakage (K. Schönert). Flow behaviour of concentrated suspensions: predictions and measurements (J. Mewis). Developments in wet classifiers (K.G.H. Helskanen). Microscale fracture measurements with application to comminution (S. Middlemiss, R.P. King). Vibration signal emission from mono-size particle breakage (Y. Zeng, K.S.E. Forssberg). The temperature and the infrared luminescence of the uvenil fracture surface of glassy polymer (L.S. Zarkhin et al.). High velocity impact of particles on a target - an experimental study (M. Mebtoul et al.). Chemically assisted dry comminution of sericite - dry comminution method accompanied by ion-exchange (F. Ikazaki et al.). Modelling of interparticle breakage (J. Liu, K. Schönert). Comminution of porous materials (P. Bevilacqua, G. Ferrara). Liberation of composite waste from manufactured products (K. Loehr, M. Melchiorre). Mechano-chemical reaction of metallurgical grade silicon with gaseous hydrogenchloride in a vibration mill (S. Bade et al.). Interrelation between fine grinding and mechanical activation (V.V. Boldyrev et al.). Financial implications of comminution system optimization (J.A. Herbst, Y.C. Lo). Computer aided grinding circuit optimisation utilising a new mill efficiency curve (D. Espig, V. Reinsch). Spiral jet mills: hold up and scale up (F. Müller et al.). Development of a new jet mill for very fine mineral grinding (G. Alfano et al.). Ultrafine grinding in an air-swept ball mill circuit (J. Kolacz, K.L. Sandvik). Grinding technical questions of producing composite cement (L. Opoczky). Grinding mechanism of centrifugal mills - a simulation study based on the discrete element method (T. Inoue, K. Okaya). Ultra fine grinding in a two stage rotor impact mill (R. Drögemeier, K. Le


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About the Editor

K.S.E. Forssberg

Affiliations and Expertise

Tekniska Högskolan i Luleå, Div. of Mineral Processing, Luleå, Sweden

K. Schönert

Affiliations and Expertise

Technische Universität Clausthal, Inst. für Aufbereitung und Veredlung, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany

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