Particle size segregation on a belt conveyor

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Mines & Earth Sciences
Department Metallurgical Engineering
Creator Miller, Jan D.
Other Author Yen, Y. K.; Lin, C. L.
Title Particle size segregation on a belt conveyor
Date 1997
Description Particle size segregation is a common phenomenon in many particulate processes and has many undesirable effects. The size segregation which occurs on a belt conveyor causes a serious problem for on-line particle size measurement using image-based techniques. Whether particle size distributions measured from the top layer of the belt are representative of the total particle population is largely dependent on the degree of size segregation. Therefore, it is important to understand the nature of such size segregation in order to make appropriate corrections for on-line particle size analysis. Monte Carlo simulation has been used to provide segregation information on particles with simple geometry and the results can help to determine important factors in experiments with irregularly shaped particles. It is expected that the relationship between the particle size distribution of the top layer and that of the entire particle population on a belt conveyor can be formulated as a model based function.
Type Text
Publisher Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration
First Page 77
Last Page 84
Subject Particles; Size; Belt conveyors; Modelling
Subject LCSH Ore-dressing; Conveying machinery; Computer simulation
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Yen, Y. K., Lin, C. L., & Miller, J. D. (1997). Particle size segregation on a belt conveyor. Kawatra, S. K., ed. Comminution Practices, 77-84.
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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