Figures 6-9, show the relation between the mean particle size and the agglomerate
density for different processing conditions.
However, because of the existence of large agglomerates
in batch A, it is quite likely that this batch would behave differently during processing than a product consisting of not-agglomerated particles of the same size.
the base silica sand sieve analysis from cores or new sand additions prevails in agglomerate
PP/PANI/MWNT 5), there is no prominent agglomerate
phenomenon, and the dispersion of MWNT is far better than that in other composites.
component of Champagne corks is made by bonding together small cork fragments--typically 5mm to 8mm in diameter--using food-grade glue that includes polyurethane.
Two modes of dispersion are identified: the bulk rupture (an abrupt breakage of the agglomerate
into multiple large fragments) and erosion (a sequential removal of small fragments from the agglomerate
periphery) (figure 2).
the number of particles and agglomerates
varies much more than the total surface area of washed molding sand sieve analysis (WMS), unwashed molding sand sieve analysis (UWMS) and base silica sand sieve analysis (CS) of a green sand;
can form during the melting process.
A steady agglomerate
and network build-up takes place as agglomerates
coalesce while the shear rate is lowered continuously.
The Solidquid[TM] solid/liquid delivery system offers options to improve process efficiency and operator safety when dealing with materials that agglomerate
Nanoparticles have a tendency to agglomerate
while being dispensed, resulting in an uneven thickness of the coating layer.
By using a unique Schugi Flexomix agglomerator system Hosokawa Micron were able handle the difficult to agglomerate
ingredients and to solve the problem of producing two different end products.