Some New Laws in Connection With Fine Grinding

Author: BLYTH, CHARLES E;Martin, Geoffrey;Tongue, Harold

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Some New Laws in Connection With Fine Grinding

The Structural Engineer
Some New Laws in Connection With Fine Grinding
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BLYTH, CHARLES E;Martin, Geoffrey;Tongue, Harold

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THE cost of grinding the raw materials, coal and finished cement is a considerable proportion of the total cost of cement manufacture. With a view to reducing this cost of grinding, the British Portland Cement Research Association has carried out a comprehensive research dealing with some of the fundamental principles governing the crushing of materials used in cement manufacture to a greater degree of fineness. Chas E. Blyth, Geoffrey Martin and Harold Tongue

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