31. Mishra, B. K., C. Thornton. An Improved Contact Model for Ball Mill Simulation by the Discrete Element Method. Advanced Powder Technology, Vol. 13, 2002, No 1, 2541. / Search in Google Scholar. 32. Mishra, B. K. A Review of Computer Simulation of Tumbling Mills by the Discrete Element Method. Part II Practical ...
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