Another factor that directly affects particle size distribution during the comminution
process is moisture content of biomass feedstocks.
These results relate to the Comminution
test work being undertaken
In the Notebooks for Anatomy of Criticism, Frye abstracts his revised image of satire as a solvent into the idea of literary fragmentation, which he most commonly calls comminution
or, more figuratively, sparagmos.
Bilgilli et al  estimated that of all the energy generated in the world was utilized for the comminution
During the tribological process, oxidized wear debris are produced either by a transient oxidation process (oxidation, removal of the oxide at the next transversal and reoxidation) or by formation, fracture, comminution
and oxidation of metal debris particles.
initially generates partide porosity.
At present, one-third of the company's revenue comes from machines for processing and comminution
of biomass, Heissenberger said.
Similar means of comminution
have been applied to liberate the organic and inorganic fractions of oil shales for flotation beneficiation of El-Lajjun oil shale from Jordan and Himmetoglu and Beypazari oil shales from Turkey [11,12].
They show different organic matter, degrees of comminution
and blackening, moderately generally starting in inner parts.
The Bexmill is a slow speed comminution
device that is very effective in delumping without product damage.
Unlike the above-mentioned protein matrix, most foodstuff samples only require sample preparation methods such as comminution
, dilution, extraction and/ or filtration.
1985); as well as the comminution
and chemical degradation which are believed to influence the fill effect of tropical grass in ruminants (Wilson, 1994).