Cyclic classification of micropowders in a variable electric field
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The feasibility is shown of cyclic classification of particles in a variable electric field, and a general description is given of an apparatus for the automatic determination of the particle size distribution of metal powders based on this principle. It has been established that the time necessary for one analysis with this apparatus does not exceed 3 min.
KeywordsParticle Size Particle Size Distribution General Description Metal Powder Automatic Determination
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