New Methods of Comminuting Powders of Refractory-Metal Carbides

  • B. D. Gurevich
  • L. B. Nezhevenko
  • V. I. Groshev
  • A. P. Gudovich
Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS)


The optimum conditions for comminuting zirconium carbide by means of ultrasound and by using a planetary centrifugal mill have been determined. The use of ultrasound leads to the production of powder having spherical particles with a high degree of dispersivity and containing only a small amount of ground impurities. To reduce the impurities ground from the surface of the planetary centrifugal mill during comminution, it is proposed that a zirconium carbide lining to the mill be used.


Roller Mill Impurity Content Original Content Ultrasonic Field Zirconium Carbide 


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© Consultants Bureau, New York 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • B. D. Gurevich
  • L. B. Nezhevenko
  • V. I. Groshev
  • A. P. Gudovich

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