The History of Grinding
The History of Grinding: An in-depth examination of the oldest engineering process. The History of Grinding begins at the start of agriculture and outlines how size reduction developed over the centuries (without completely immersing the reader in technical detail).
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Size Reduction from the Stone Age to the Space Age
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20th century abrasive air separator Allis-Chalmers ammonium nitrate ANFO autogenous grinding autogenous mills ball mills became black powder blasting break rocks breakage built cement kiln centrifugal coal comminution Company compartment concentration cone crushers copper crushers cyclones cylinder detonation developed discharge Dorr drill drive dry grinding dynamite efficient energy engineering explosive feed fine-grinding finer flour mill gold grindability grinding circuits grinding media grinding mills ground gyratory crusher hammer mill Hardinge high-speed holes hydrocyclones impact improved increased industry installed invented iron kiln larger liners machines manufacturers material mechanical mill diameter mineral mining mortar and pestle motors nitroglycerin operation patent pebble mills primary autogenous problems querns reduction reprinted by permission rod mills roller mills rotary rotating Saddlestone SAG mills screen shaft shown in Figure slurry speed spinning bowl stamp mills steam steel balls stone surface tube mills tumbling mills vertical water wheel