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  • noun geology the measurement of the sizes of mineral grains in sedimentary rock


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granule + -o +‎ -metry


  • To obtain better setting properties it is desirable that the granulometry of cement is in a wide range with more fines.

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  • * A conventional closed-circuit air-swept ball mill with grit separator, cyclone and bag filters for grinding of raw materials to ensure the desired granulometry of the raw meal resulting in proper burning.

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  • Sand is available in most places: it must be clean, but its granulometry does not seem to influence the quality of the streets es much as one first assumes.

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  • Tests in the Dominican Republic have shown that the difference of workmanship from one workman to another have a greater Influence on test results than the difference between sands of varied granulometry.

    4. Manufacturing technology

  • The purpose of the test is to establish an average grade, and as well to specify the granulometry that will lead to a satisfactory gold recovery by simple gravimetric concentration.

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  • (granulometry not bigger than 2/3 of the final roofing tile thickness).

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  • The raw materials consist of sand (average granulometry or

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