Behavioral characteristics of ultradisperse materials during molding
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Behavioral characteristics of ultradisperse (UDP) powder materials during molding (compaction) are examined to ascertain their compactability, and determine the conditions and procedures for the process. Basic parameters of the molding of conventional NaNO3 powder (initial) and ultradisperse NaNO3 (UDP) are determined: compaction factor, its pressure dependence, and compressibility-loss factor.
KeywordsCompaction Rock Salt Molding Pressure Compaction Curve Compaction Factor
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