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A study of comminution efficiency in relation to controlled blasting in mining
AuthorChi (2), Gexia
AdvisorFuerstenau, Maurice C.
Mining and Metallurgical Engineering
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Better fragmentation results are achieved when burden and spacing distances are reduced by 25% during blasting. An economic benefit can be achieved by transferring part of the energy from crushing and grinding to blasting.
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