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Author Dekker, K. Douwes ♦ Hengel, A. Van
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Abstract The technologists in charge of milling tandems in Natal are to be congratulated on the remarkable increase in milling efficiency over the last few years. This paper presents the averages and means for the milling data tabulated in connection with the M.M.C.P. during the 1962-63 crushing season. The average figures have been tabulated in such a manner that it is possible to detect reasons for tandems falling into high or low performance groups. In this manner several interesting trends have been established in the relationship between performance and process variables. A notable example is that all milling trains in Natal equipped with shredders preceding the first mill are placed at the top of the high relative performance group. A number of other interesting trends are discussed. It is hoped that during the coming season, data will be sufficiently comprehensive to warrant a thorough multiple regression analysis.
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article