Comminution 1994 by K.S. E. Forssberg

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This ebook is the results of the eighth ecu convention on Comminution. Containing many major contributions about the subject of Comminution, the ebook offers the reader an important perception into the subject.

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There seems to be a wide agreement that in estimating the turbulent kinetic energy the generalized Boussinesq hypothesis 2 6«. \ / Θμ· <„>;>=^-,,(- ^j ? + (3) where k= (UJU^/2 is the turbulent kinetic energy, δ,·· is the Kronecker delta tensor and vx is the eddy viscosity, is valid. There are different ways of estimating the eddy viscosity. In many non-swirling flows the k-e model gives good results where 2 k vx = c - (4) In the equation 6 is a dissipation rate. , 1990b). The results of Boysan (1984) and Ayers et al.

Inst. Chem. , 51: 3 6 - 4 1 . G. , 1975. The leakage effect in the industrial cyclones. Trans. Inst. Chem. , 53: 7. , 1984. Mathematical modelling of cyclone separation. In: Lecture Notes, Selected Topics in Two Phase Flow, Lecture Series No. 9. Tapir Trykk, Trondheim, pp. 137-165. H. , 1982. A fundamental mathematical modelling approach to cyclone design. Trans. Inst. Chem. , 60: 222-236. , 1990. A numerical model for the inviscid flow of a fluid in a hydrocyclone to demonstrate the effects of changes in the vorticity function of the flow field on particle classification.

Process. 4 4 - 4 5 (1996) 2 9 - 4 2 — Developments in wet classifiers K . G . H . Heiskanen Helsinki University of Technology, Department of Materials Science and Rock Engineering, Espoo, Finland Abstract Wet classification has been challenged during the last years to produce efficiently size distributions which either very fine or very narrow. This has reflected both in the optimization of existing classification methods and in the research of new equipment. Classification modelling has emerged a new era with the increasing use of sophisticated models, both phenomenological and based on hydrodynamic simulations.

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