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2004-6-25  A typical fragmentation scenario is when falling weight is dropped onto a sphere, the two spherical caps under the contact are being crushed. Two dense cones of finely pulverized material under high compression are then formed and driven into the specimen as the loading platens continue to

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Crushing and fragmentation of brittle spheres under

The diameter of the end crushing zone is found approximately proportional to m1/4r1/4v1/2, where m is the mass of the impactor, r is the radius of the sphere and v is the impact velocity. In addition, taking into account of kinetic energy loss, crushing modulus as well as

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Scaling of energy dissipation in crushing and

An extensive experimental investigation on concrete specimens under crushing and fragmentation over a large scale range (1:10) exploring even very small specimen dimensions (1 cm) was carried out to evaluate the influence of fragment size distribution on energy density dissipation and related size effect.

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The Swebrec function: linking fragmentation by blasting

2016-9-29  crushing fragmentation describes comminution circuits and associated individual crushing and grinding breakage functions. The approach uses a matrix description of the product flow through the system and a one-family description of breakage functions based on the t 10 concept. t 10 is that part of a given size fr action of

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The Swebrec© function: linking fragmentation by

2013-9-5  A new three-parameter fragment size distribution function has been found that links rock fragmentation by blasting and crushing. The new Swebrec© function gives excellent fits to hundreds of sets of sieved fragmentation data with correlation coefficients of 0997 or better (r 2 >0995) over a range of fragment sizes of 2–3 orders of magnitude. A five-parameter version reproduces sieved fragmentation

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FRAGMENTATION A fragmented approach Hexagon

2019-1-3  between blasting and crushing and grinding. The link between varying n explosive energies and fragmentation has been well addressed in IM, and this year's Coalition for Eco-Efficient Comminution (CEEC) Medal has been awarded to Orica’s Dr Geoff Brent and his research team for ground-breaking research using a novel

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Rock Fragmentation Prediction using Kuz-Ram Model

equipment, and importantly, the primary crushing units. Fragmentation is one of the most important concepts of Explosives Engineering. Blasting is the first step of the size reduction in mining and it is followed by crushing and grinding unit operations. The efficiency of these unit operations is directly related to the size distribution of muck pile.

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Relating fragmentation, plastic work and critical state

2018-11-28  Clasts fragmentation (also termed grain breakage) can occur during compression and shearing of granular materials, especially under high confining stresses and dynamic loadings ( Coop et al., 2004; Kaproth et al., 2010; Coop and Altuhafi, 2011; Kimura et al., 2014, Kimura et al., 2018; Mehta and Patel, 2018 ).

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武生智 兰州大学土木工程与力学学院 lzu.edu.cn

2021-3-19  16.S.Z. Wu, K.T. Chau, T.X. Yu. Crushing and fragmentation of brittle spheres under double impact test, Powder Technology, 2004, 143–144: 41– 55. 17.Chau K.T., Zhu W.C., Tang C.A. and Wu S.Z. Numerical simulations of failure of brittle solids under dynamic impact using a

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Nature of Rock Fragmentation Process in Crushing

2015-5-10  Understanding fragmentation behaviour of rock under crushing process is fundamental to improved productivity and efficiency in mining operations. This is particularly so as all subsequent size reduction processes such as crushing and grinding are far more energy intensive than the initial blasting process employed in breaking of in situ rock.

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Fragmentation and crushing of large meteoric bodies

Fragmentation and crushing of large meteoric bodies in an atmosphere. Bronshtehn, V. A. Abstract. Three theories of large meteoroid fragmentation in an atmosphere are compared: Grigoryan, Hills-Goda, and Chyba-Thomas-Zahnle. It is shown that the Grigoryan and Hills-Goda theories are virtually identical, although the first is better justified.

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FRAGMENTATION A fragmented approach Hexagon

2019-1-3  between blasting and crushing and grinding. The link between varying n explosive energies and fragmentation has been well addressed in IM, and this year's Coalition for Eco-Efficient Comminution (CEEC) Medal has been awarded to Orica’s Dr Geoff Brent and his research team for ground-breaking research using a novel

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Powder Mass of Coal After Impact Crushing: A New

2020-6-17  In this study, the fractal fragmentation theory is used to describe the PSD of rock after crushing. The new surface theory is adopted to characterize the rock firmness; the firmness is directly proportional to the surface energy consumption (Bond 1955; Carpinteri et al. 2004).Combining these two theories, a new index, f s, is proposed.Through a large number of experiments, the effects of the

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Rock Fragmentation Prediction using Kuz-Ram Model

equipment, and importantly, the primary crushing units. Fragmentation is one of the most important concepts of Explosives Engineering. Blasting is the first step of the size reduction in mining and it is followed by crushing and grinding unit operations. The efficiency of these unit operations is directly related to the size distribution of

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IMPACT OF ROCK HARDNESS ON FRAGMENTATION BY

Crushing is the process of fragmentation mineral grain aimed at achieving a certain grain size distribution, grain shape and mineral liberation (Salopek Bedeković, 2000). The quality of building crushed stone is evaluated on the basis of the physical and mechanical characteristics, the

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Minimizing Quarrying Costs by Correct Shotrock

2016-1-10  Conclusions of Shotrock Fragmentation • From the total product cost point of view, there is an optimum shotrock fragmentation. In the case study, the optimum was k 50 ~ 250 mm. •The crushing cost share is almost unchanged with different K 50 values because the blast impacts only on primary crushing •

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[PDF] Modelling fines in blast fragmentation and its

Investigations by several researchers have shown that designing blasts to produce ROM fragmentation to optimise crushing and grinding performance, enhances the overall efficiency and profitability (Eloranta 1995, Kojovic et al., 1995, Bulow et al, 1998, Kanchibotla et al 1998, Scott et

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Modeling Blast-Induced Fragmentation of Jointed

Pattern design and management of blasting in open pit mining have been constantly of great interest to many mining engineers so as to reach an appropriate degree of fragmentation for loading, hauling, and crushing systems. Inappropriate fragmentation incurs extra costs in the form of secondary blasting, disruptions in the loading and hauling

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BLASTING DESIGN FOR OBTAINING DESIRED

crushing and secondary breaking, on condition that the correct geometry of drilling and blasting parameters is used. The article shows the estimationof fragmentation using the "SB" program, which was created by the authors.

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Nature of Rock Fragmentation Process in Crushing

2015-5-10  Understanding fragmentation behaviour of rock under crushing process is fundamental to improved productivity and efficiency in mining operations. This is particularly so as all subsequent size reduction processes such as crushing and grinding are far more energy intensive than the initial blasting process employed in breaking of in situ rock.

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Fragmentation and crushing of large meteoric bodies

Fragmentation and crushing of large meteoric bodies in an atmosphere. Bronshtehn, V. A. Abstract. Three theories of large meteoroid fragmentation in an atmosphere are compared: Grigoryan, Hills-Goda, and Chyba-Thomas-Zahnle. It is shown that the Grigoryan and Hills-Goda theories are virtually identical, although the first is better justified.

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FRAGMENTATION A fragmented approach Hexagon

2019-1-3  between blasting and crushing and grinding. The link between varying n explosive energies and fragmentation has been well addressed in IM, and this year's Coalition for Eco-Efficient Comminution (CEEC) Medal has been awarded to Orica’s Dr Geoff Brent and his research team for ground-breaking research using a novel

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COMPARISON OF ELECTRODYNAMIC FRAGMENTATION

2017-6-9  Electrodynamic fragmentation (EDF) was compared to conventional crushing in terms of liberation efficiency with two pyrometallurgical waste products, converter slag and end of life furnace bricks (EOL). EDF fractures material through the application of high voltage electrical discharge with high

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IMPACT OF ROCK HARDNESS ON FRAGMENTATION BY

Crushing is the process of fragmentation mineral grain aimed at achieving a certain grain size distribution, grain shape and mineral liberation (Salopek Bedeković, 2000). The quality of building crushed stone is evaluated on the basis of the physical and mechanical characteristics, the

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A multi-particle crushing apparatus for studying rock

A multi-particle crushing apparatus for studying rock fragmentation due to repeated impacts. Huang S (1), Mohanty B (1), Xia K (1). Author information: (1)Department of Civil Engineering and Lassonde Institute of Mining, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A4, Canada. Rock crushing is a common process in mining and related operations.

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Modeling Blast-Induced Fragmentation of Jointed

Pattern design and management of blasting in open pit mining have been constantly of great interest to many mining engineers so as to reach an appropriate degree of fragmentation for loading, hauling, and crushing systems. Inappropriate fragmentation incurs extra costs in the form of secondary blasting, disruptions in the loading and hauling

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BLASTING DESIGN FOR OBTAINING DESIRED

crushing and secondary breaking, on condition that the correct geometry of drilling and blasting parameters is used. The article shows the estimationof fragmentation using the "SB" program, which was created by the authors.

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Effects of Rock Mass Conditions and Blasting Standard on

2015-4-16  reduced in size by blasting and crushing into the required size or with additional grinding, into a fine powder Fragmentation assessment was achieved by the analysis of scaled photograph taken from the fragmented rocks. Paley recommended a procedure for taking photographs of fragmented rocks so as to minimize errors due to .

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Numerical Simulation of Rock Fragmentation under

To investigate the rock fragmentation and its influence factors under the impact load of water jet, a numerical method which coupled finite element method (FEM) with smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) was adopted to simulate the rock fragmentation process by water jet. Linear and shock equations of state were applied to describe the dynamic characteristics of rock and water, respectively

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