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|Title:||Particle attrition due to rotary valve feeder in a pneumatic conveying system: Electrostatics and mechanical characteristics||Authors:||Zhang, Y.
|Issue Date:||Dec-2006||Citation:||Zhang, Y.,Wang, C.-H. (2006-12). Particle attrition due to rotary valve feeder in a pneumatic conveying system: Electrostatics and mechanical characteristics. Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 84 (6) : 663-679. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Particle attrition in the rotary valve of a pneumatic conveying system was studied. The relationship between physical properties of polymer granules and attrition behaviour was compared between intact (fresh/unused) and attrited particles. It was observed that attrited particles become more breakable and have lower flowability. Experiments were conducted in a rotary valve and pneumatic conveying system separately; attrition in each case could be described by the Gwyn function. The influence of particle attrition on electrostatic characteristics was examined. Charge density of attrited particles was higher than that of intact ones, but induced current showed a reverse trend.||Source Title:||Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/64375||ISSN:||00084034|
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