Pneumatic Conveying — Before Stepping the Line, Look Into Air Extraction
Successively larger diameters downstream can raise problems. Physical removal of air is an attractive alternative
David Mills Pneumatic Conveying Consultant
In pneumatic conveying systems that operate under high positive pressure, it is common wisdom that as the downstream end is approached, the diameters of the pipeline segments should be larger. Air (or other conveying gas) is compressible, so if...
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