Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 16, Issue 6, pp 718–722 | Cite as

Certain problems related to the aerodynamics of the gravity flow of a finely dispersed free-flowing material

  • V. A. Minko


We present the results from theoretical and experimental investigations into the determination of the velocities of vertically incident particles for Re < 2000 and for the volumes of air ejected by a stream of a free-flowing material being transferred through closed troughs.


Statistical Physic Experimental Investigation Incident Particle Gravity Flow Closed Trough 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. A. Minko
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  1. 1.NIImetallurgventilyatsiyaKrivoi Rog

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