By Dietmar Schulze

The publication concentrates on powder stream homes, their dimension and purposes. those issues are defined ranging from the interactions among person debris as much as the layout of silos. quite a lot of difficulties are mentioned - comparable to movement obstructions, segregation, and vibrations. The aim is to supply a deeper figuring out of the powder circulation, and to teach functional solutions.In the 1st half the basics of bulk solids move are defined: particle-particle interactions, rigidity, friction, power, density, movement houses and techniques of dimension, shear testers and different try tactics, particular houses of powders and the way they're stimulated by way of moisture, temperature, and stream agents.The moment half offers with the applying of the stream houses within the layout of accurately operating bulk stable bins like packing containers, silos, and hoppers. different subject matters comprise: the technical layout of silo partitions, feeders, discharge aids, inserts, the evaluation of stresses in silos, segregation and the way to prevent it, and vibrations or shocks happening in silos.

Show description

Read Online or Download Powders and Bulk Solids: Behavior, Characterization, Storage and Flow PDF

Best machinery books

Process Centrifugal Compressors: Basics, Function, Operation, Design, Application

This e-book offers a complete examine commercial compressors. Readers can discover a good deal of knowledge in keeping with lengthy business event, on a transparent and well-founded method of real-gas dealing with, and on strategies to many useful difficulties. "Process Centrifugal Compressors" offers engineering contractors and clients of business compressors with a greater perception into the "how" and "why" of other layout gains, hence supplying a superb foundation for facing brands.

Valve and Actuator Technology

An entire, cutting-edge advisor to the layout, functions, and upkeep of valves and actuators. Todays construction tactics contain new and unique fluids, severe pressures and temperatures, and more and more subtle electrical and digital technique keep watch over expertise. What new valves and actuators can be found to fulfill the demanding situations dealing with mechanical designers, process/control engineers, and upkeep body of workers?

Additional info for Powders and Bulk Solids: Behavior, Characterization, Storage and Flow

Sample text

Without such a test no quantitative statement can be made regarding time consolidation. 3 Representation of stresses using Mohr stress circles The uniaxial compression test presented in Fig. 1 is shown below in a σ,τ diagram (Fig. 4). If one neglects the force of gravity acting on the bulk solid specimen and assumes that no friction is acting between the wall of the hollow cylinder and the bulk solid, both vertical stress as well as horizontal stress are constant within the entire bulk solid specimen.

8]. Fig. 11. Principle of a liquid bridge with low-viscosity fluid (α: bridge angle) All types of adhesive forces described above are dependent on the distance. This is demonstrated by calculated adhesive forces, FH, acting between a spherical particle and a wall (Fig. 12). The van der Waals force (curve 4) is very large at small distances, a, but decreases strongly with increasing distance already in the range of distances below 1 µm (10-3 mm). This shows that van der Waals forces are of large influence if the surfaces are in contact.

19. Measurement of the tensile strength The tensile strength, σt, can be regarded as the sum of the adhesive forces at a large number of particle contacts. In the following this is regarded on the basis of the van der Waals force. 27) The tensile strength, σt , can be calculated from the tensile force at failure, FZ, divided by the area of the platen, A (see Fig. 28) Now it is assumed that the force FZ is the sum of the adhesive forces at the individual particle contacts in the failure plane. 29) The number of particle contacts, n, is proportional to area A and inversely proportional to the square of the particle diameter, d, since the smaller the particles, the more particles can be found on a certain area (Fig.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.62 of 5 – based on 44 votes