Relationship between the maximum thickness and width of roll-compacted strip
The greatest thickness of green strip produced by rolling powders in plain rolls with the use of suspension hoppers depends, other conditions being equal, on strip width and increases with the latter. At the same time, the growth of the maximum strip thickness increases with increasing roll diameter.
This phenomenon may be utilized for increasing strip thickness at unchanged roll diameter: Strip with a width equal to a multiple of the required width is produced and is then longitudinally sectioned into narrow strips.
KeywordsMaximum Thickness Thickness Increase Strip Width Narrow Strip Great Thickness
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