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30-Apr-2013 | Feng Li, Cedric Briens, Franco Berruti, Jennifer McMillan, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2013
Abstract Supersonic nozzles have been applied in various jet‐induced fluidised bed attrition processes such as jet milling and Fluid Coking. In jet‐induced particle attrition, the penetration length into the bed of the jet issuing from the supersonic nozzle is a critical property that affects ...
01-Aug-2012 | O. V. Khomenko, Yu. I. Naida, R. V. Minakova, Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics, 2012
The potential use of a new-type mill developed at the Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Science to produce copper and chromium powder mixtures intended for the manufacture of electrical-grade materials is studied. The mill ensures mechanical grinding of loose materials by mechanisms ...
30-Jun-2010 | Sergio, Caroli , Paola, Bottoni, Microchemical Journal, 2010
The certification of a new reference material for trace elements based on the antarctic bivalve Adamussium colbecki is reported. This Certified Reference Material (CRM), labelled IRMM 813, was produced in the frame of the Italian National Program for Research in Antarctica (Programma Nazionale di ...