Determining The Design, Technological And Energy Parameters of Disintegrators With Grinding Chambers of Various Cross-Section

Semikopenko, Igor Alexandrovich; Vyalykh, Sergey Vladimirovich
May 2014
Advances in Natural & Applied Sciences;May2014, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p529
Academic Journal
Grinding is one of the basic processes in production of building materials. The analysis of modern technologies and technical facilities for production high-dispersed materials has shown that mills of disintegrator type with the function of internal classification of ground materials have a great potential. In this regard it is important to determine the design, technological and energy parameters of disintegrating facilities.


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