cone crusher calculation


Crusher Size Reduction Ratio Calculation Method

Generally every crusher machine is not the same here are several common crusher size reduction ratio: The impact crusher size reduction ratio is 20 to 1. The vertical shaft impact crusher size reduction ratio is 4-8 to 1. The vertical roller mill size reduction ratio is 2-2.5 to 1. The hammer crusher size reduction ratio is 20 to 1.


The chief difference between cone and gyratory or jaw crushers is the nearly parallel arrangement of the mantle and the cone at the discharge end in the cone crusher. This is illustrated in Figure 5.2. Reduction ratios in the following ranges are common for cone crushers: 6:1 - 8:1 for secondaries 4:1 - 6:1 for tertiary and quaternary crushing.

Cone crusher modelling and simulation using DEM

The cone crusher is the most common machine for secondary and tertiary crushing stages in both the aggregates industry and minerals processing comminution operations. The performance and efficiency of these machines are hence of great importance to the industry. Calculation of the total torque on the mantle from particle-mantle interactions

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cone crusher calculation