Sampling ore and calculating tonnage

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MC Series Single-Cylinder Hydraulic Cone Crusher

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ML Series Vertical Shaft Impact Crusher

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MD Series Multi-Cylinder Hydraulic Cone Crusher

MD Series Multi-Cylinder Hydraulic Cone Crusher

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MF Series Fixed Shaft Circular Vibrating Screen

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MZA/K Series Circular Vibrating Screen

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  • THE BASICS OF LOGGING CORE FOR EXPLORATION

    The Main sample area is marked to start at the upper and lower contacts of the Vein/alteration, mineralized envelope. These sample or samples (depending on length of zone) are sampled by predetermined maximum sample lengths and each individual sample should be homogeneous in content (all quartz vein, all wall rock, all one type/density of mineral).

  • (PDF) Ore Body Modelling- Concepts and Techniques Pranav

    The ore body model is constructed by interpolating between sample points and extrapolating onto the volume beyond sample limits. The modelling depends on considerations such as sampling methods, reliability of data, specific purpose of estimation and required accuracy.

  • Mine sampling and valuing; a discussion of the methods

    Mine sampling and valuing; a discussion of the methods used in sampling and valuing ore deposits, with especial reference to the work of valuation by the independent engineer by Herzig, C. S. (Charles Simon); Purington, Chester Wells, b. 1871

  • Mining grade and sampling theory—the logical way to

    tonnage and grade. The former is obtained by measurement of volume and density and the latter by sampling and assay. Problems arise in the selection of sample size and sample spacing and in determining the extent to which each sample assay has influence in the country rock. Exceptionally high assays affect dispro-portionately the average grade

  • A Guide to Understanding Ship Weight and Tonnage

    Gross Tonnage is a measure of the ships total interior volume and is calculated by multiplying the interior volume “V” of the ship in cubic meters by a variable known as “K” (which varies depending on the ships overall volume). Gross Tonnage is not to be confused with Gross Registered Tonnage which is explained below. What is Net Tonnage:

  • Determining Stripping Ratio - Basic Mining Techniques

    Apr 04, 2016· Determine the BESR in mining and processing a 0.60% copper ore deposit if the selling price of copper in concentrate is $1.63/kg and the overall unit costs are $6.80/ton and the cost of handling unit weigh of waste is $7.50/ton. The overall recovery is 92%.

  • METHODS OF ORE RESERVE ESTIMATION_EXAMPLE - Basic …

    Aug 18, 2019· To determine the extent of the deposit, triangles are developed such that sampling points form the apices of the triangles. The volume and tonnage of the deposit is then determined using simple geometrical equations. 1. Area = Area of Resulting Triange

  • Coal Sampling and Analysis Standards

    sampling procedure 22 Table 4 – Minimum mass of sample for general analysis and determination of total moisture content 23 Table 5 – Values for the minimum mass of divided samples 43 Table 6 – Preparation of laboratory sample 44 Table 7 – Costs calculation of negatively

  • Sampling - Michigan Technological University

    Jan 14, 2009· • Gy, P. M. (1979), Sampling of Particulate Materials: Theory and Practice, Elsevier • Wills, B. A. (1992), Mineral Processing Technology, 5th edition, Pergamon Press, pg. 79 Use: This method is a general-purpose calculation to determine the minimum size of sample needed to

  • Sampling of run-of-mine mill feed— A practical approach

    A sample tree experiment involves splitting at different top sizes, followed by comminution and assaying5. Figure 1 shows the sample tree flowsheet. Two ores were evaluated via this sampling technique. The first sample was a low-grade gold ore (about 5 g/t gold) mill feed sample from a South African gold mine. The particle size was 95% -12 mm.

  • 7 SAMPLING AND PREPARATION FOR LABORATORY …

    Sampling and Preparation for Laboratory Measurements measurements for performing a survey or deciding that sampling methods followed by laboratory analysis are necessary. 7.2.1 Identifying Data Needs The decision maker and the survey planning team need to identify the data needs for the survey being performed, including the:

  • Z Score Calculator

    A sample that is used to calculate sample mean and sample size; population mean and population standard deviation With the first method above, enter one or more data points separated by commas or spaces and the calculator will calculate the z-score for each data point provided from the …

  • Metal Value per Tonne - How You Can Determine the Mineral

    As 1 ton equals 907.18474 kilograms and 1 tonne equals 1,000 kilograms, just remember the difference between tonne and ton is approximately 10% (mnemonic: less letters, less outcome). For more information about how to calculate the metal value of a deposit as a whole, I recommend you to read the mineral deposit value page too.

  • Mineral resource estimation - Wikipedia

    Mineral resource estimation is used to determine and define the ore tonnage and grade of a geological deposit, from the developed block model. There are different estimation methods used for different scenarios dependent upon the ore boundaries, geological deposit geometry, grade variability and the amount of time and money available.

  • SAMPLING, SAMPLE PREPARATION AND DATA ANALYSIS

    2. SAMPLING AND DATA ANALYSIS . 2.1 Introduction. Analysis of the properties of a food material depends on the successful completion of a number of different steps: planning (identifying the most appropriate analytical procedure), sample selection, sample preparation, performance of analytical procedure, statistical analysis of measurements, and data reporting.

  • Mineral Sampling - ScienceDirect

    Jan 01, 2016· Determine the size of a crushed gold ore sample that was taken. 1.7. The mass fractions and distributions of a mixture of sphalerite, chert and middle fractions were determined and the results tabulated below. Compute the size of sample that should be taken such that its assay may be within 0.2% of the true assay, say 5% with a probability of 0.99.

  • Sample Size and Meaningful Gold Analysis

    sample too small to be representative of this entity is without value. The problem of sample size is palticu­ larly acute in the analysis for gold, which occurs signif­ icantly in trace amounts, parts per million, commonly represented by only a fmv pa.rticles per sa.mple. The problem is further co~nplic:tted by the size of the lwbora­

  • Metal Value per Tonne - How You Can Determine the Mineral

    On the break even analysis page, I stated that 1 troy ounce equals 31.103481 grams per ton, which equals 34.2857 grams per tonne. As 1 gram equals 0.0321492 troy ounces, the conversion factor is calculated as: 0.0321492 / 34.2857 x 31.103481 = 0.0291652 (rounded 0.029).

  • Cluster Sampling A Simple Step-by-Step Guide with Examples

    Sep 07, 2020· Sample You assign a number to each school and use a random number generator to select a random sample.. You choose the number of clusters based on how large you want your sample size to be. This in turn is based on the estimated size of the entire seventh-grade population, your desired confidence interval and confidence level, and your best guess of the standard deviation (a …

  • MB1- Sampling of Stockpiles

    3 SAMPLE SIZE The sample size will depend on the proposed use of the material and the tests which have to be carried out on it. (See paragraph 2 of Chapter 6.) The following tables give an indication of the minimum secondary sample sizes for every type of material. (See note 6.3.) Proposed use Mass Pavement and formation layers (Gravels, soils and

  • Telemetry sampling in Azure Application Insights - Azure

    Jan 17, 2020· Sampling is a feature in Azure Application Insights. It is the recommended way to reduce telemetry traffic, data costs, and storage costs, while preserving a statistically correct analysis of application data. Sampling also helps you avoid Application Insights throttling your telemetry.

  • Mineral Deposit Value - How to Calculate the Potential

    Before you can calculate the potential mineral deposit value, you first need to gather some specific data regarding the ore body and the individual drill results.. This required data can be found in the mining company’s press releases in which they announce their drill results.Make sure that this data is announced according to the guidelines of National Instrument 43-101 (i.e. approved by a

  • (PDF) Design of grade control sampling programs for

    Grade control programs aim to deliver economic tonnes to the mill via accurate definition of ore and waste. The foundation of a successful program is high quality sampling supported by geology and

  • STAGES OF EXPLORATION & RESERVE/ RESOURCE …

    5. Sampling: litho geochemical from a well known section, pit/trench and core sampling. 6. Petrographic and mineralogical studies: study of host rock of the deposits and alteration zone, determination of phase in which minerals occur and mineralogical studies (ore microscopic, XRD, EPMA etc), identification of oxidized and primary zones.

  • Geostatistics and resource estimation techniques

    Closest sample gets a weight of one; all others get a weight of zero. Advantages. Easy to understand; Easy to calculate manually; Easy to use as a repeatable standard; When automated, reasonably fast in 2D; Disadvantages. Local discontinuities are unrealistic; Produces biased estimates of grade and tonnage above an ore waste cut-off.

  • ISO 4296-1:1984(en), Manganese ores ? Sampling ? Part 1

    A definite quantity of an ore, processed or produced under conditions which are presumed uniform. 3.2. consignment. Details of the hammer and shovel method for sampling ores containing lumps of size greater than 100 mm are given in the annex. 2 References. ISO 3084, Iron ores ? Experimental methods for evaluation of quality variation.

  • 1 Froth Flotation – Fundamental Principles

    calculation. Example Calculations: Problem: A copper ore initially contains 2.09% Cu. After carrying out a froth flotation separation, the products are as shown in Table 1. Using this data, calculate: (a) Ratio of concentration (b) % Metal Recovery (c) % Metal Loss (d) % Weight Recovery, or …

  • Calculation of Ore Tonnage & Grade from Drill hole Samples

    Jan 21, 2016· The orebody on which I used this method contains several hundred million tons of ore, and several systems were used to estimate the copper content, viz., the so-called “standard” method of prism calculation; a planimeter method for obtaining areas, checked by logarithms; the Harding angular system of prism calculation, and a very

  • Chapter 10 Two Stage Sampling (Subsampling)

    - Sample of m second stage units is selected from each selected first stage unit (i.e., choose m units from each cluster). - Units at each stage are selected with SRSWOR. Cluster sampling is a special case of two stage sampling in the sense that from a population of N clusters of equal size mM , a sample of n clusters are chosen.

  • FIELD SAMPLING AND TESTING MANUAL TESTING …

    The sample size required for this test is a minimum after drying. PROCEDURE Record all information on SFN 9987 or SFN 2455. Weights are recorded to the nearest 0.1 g. Oven dry the sample according to ND T 255 at a temperature of 230 ± 9°F (110 ± 5°C). Weigh and record as original weight of sample.

  • Calculation of Volume and Tonnage of Ore Deposit

    For the calculation of the volume and the tonnage of ore deposits there is a variety of available methods to choose from, each suited for a particular deposit. These methods fall into two categories: reserve calculation on the basis of cross-sections and on the basis …

  • Specifications guide Iron ore - S&P Global

    Granular size of up to 10 mm for up to 90% of cargo min 50,000 mt CFR Qingdao, China 14-56 days forward L/C at sight IOALB00 IOALB03 Calculation Daily Differential of the code IOPRM00 to IODBZ00 Granular size of up to 10 mm for up to 90% Iron Ore Silica Differential per 1% with 6.5-9% (60-63.5% Fe Fines) IOPPS20 Assessment Daily PMA1105

  • Ore Grade Reconciliation Techniques – A Review

    The essence of ore grade reconciliation is to identify, analyse and manage variance between planned and actual results in a way that highlights opportunities. A consistent record of poor reconciliation is an indication that this variance has not been adequately managed. This would inevitably result in significant economic impact on mining companies.

  • (PDF) A version of Gy's equation for gold-bearing ores

    sampling nomograms for specific ore types from which a. Advantages are the simplicity of the method, absence of the GSE, and the ability to calculate the liberation size. Sichel’s t estimate

  • 12 LABORATORY SAMPLE PREPARATION

    12.2 General Guidance for Sample Preparation . Some general considerations during sample preparation are to minimize sample losses and to prevent contamination. Possible mechanisms for sample loss during preparation steps are discussed in Section 12.2.1, and the contamination of samples from sources in the laboratory is discussed in Section 12.2.2.