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May 1, 2006

Predicting Powder Flow Behavior - A New Approach

When faced with complexity of predicting powder flow, it is tempting to reduce a material’s flow behavior to a single number or even a flow function. he method presented here, however, compiles a number of relevant parameters into a diagram that is

Eddie McGee, Ajax Equipment

    Accurate prediction of particulate-solids flow behavior during storage and feeding has eluded all but the most experienced solids handling experts. Often the process engineer is faced with the awkward task of making sense of bulk behavior. A...

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