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Key Drivers of Energy and Cost Effi ciency in Autogenous/ Semi-Autogenous Grinding Circuits

@inproceedings{Bueno2012KeyDO,
  title={Key Drivers of Energy and Cost Effi ciency in Autogenous/ Semi-Autogenous Grinding Circuits},
  author={M. Bueno and G. Lane},
  year={2012}
}
  • M. Bueno, G. Lane
  • Published 2012
  • Engineering
  • In a recent publication (Bueno and Lane, 2011) the authors presented the analysis of a consolidated dataset composed by 137 autogenous/semi-autogenous grinding (AG/SAG) mill pilot trials. By comparing the measured data against theoretical specifi c energy consumption, the analysis indicated which circuit confi gurations were more or less energy effi cient. However, the analysis has also indicated that the energy effi ciency of each of the types of circuits vary signifi cantly. There are… CONTINUE READING

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