DESIGN OF PARTICULATE MATERIAL COMPACTOR ROLLS DIAMETER
Keywords:particulate material, compaction, compactor, rolls diameter, experimental measurements, fertilizer
AbstractAt present, in a period of an industrial expansion great emphasis is placed on the environment. That means aiming for a reduced energy consumption, and also lessening dustiness from very fine powder material. This category also includes particulate material agglomeration processes. Because this process is very energy-intensive, it is necessary to correctly design these devices. The aim of this paper is to focus on a theoretical design of a production compactor with the rolls diameter for an experimental particulate material, based on Johanson’s theory and experimentally measured material properties. The material used for experimental measurements was an NPK-based industrial fertilizer consisting of several components. The results of this paper is the dependence of the ratio of the maximum compression pressure to the initial compression pressure from the rolls diameter of the proposed compactor.
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Peciar, P., Macho, O., Eckert, M., Fekete, R., Kotora, P., Juriga, M., Kabát, J., Gabrišová, Ľudmila, & Peciar, M. (2017). DESIGN OF PARTICULATE MATERIAL COMPACTOR ROLLS DIAMETER. Acta Polytechnica, 57(4), 263–271. https://doi.org/10.14311/AP.2017.57.0263