a. Particles in a screen overflow that are smaller than the normal dimensions of the screen apertures. BS, 5
b. The smaller of two classified products. In the case of ore pulp or fine coal, the undersize is the overflow and the oversize is the underflow. See also: classifier
c. A drill hole that is not to size because of gage loss on the bit and/or the reaming shell with which it was drilled. Long
d. A bit or reaming shell, the diametric dimensions of which are less than specified as standard. Long
e. That part of a crushed material that passes through a screen.
f. Material in a product of size smaller than the reference size; may be expressed as a percentage of the product. BS, 5
Source:
Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms












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