Mathematical model of an argus resonance apparatus for pulverizing metalliferous and nonmetalliferous minerals
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The design of an ARGUS resonance apparatus on hydroquantum resonators is described in terms of conventional mechanics.
KeywordsMathematical Model Conventional Mechanic Nonmetalliferous Mineral Resonance Apparatus
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