Blast Cleaning Technology by A. Momber

By A. Momber

This publication experiences blast cleansing know-how. the writer first systematically and significantly studies the speculation in the back of the expertise. subsequent you’ll find out about the nation of present blast cleansing, together with lots of today’s state-of-the-art commercial applications.

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On their way through the particle, the waves decelerated and reflected on the rear side of the particle. The reflected waves hit the fracture front. When the reflected waves partially stopped the fracture front, coarser fragments formed on the rear side of the particles which is defined as the secondary zone. Among others, Reiners (1960) documented these processes by using a high-speed photography technique. Salman and Gorham (2000) rationalised the appearance of damage and fracture features for impinging glass beads.

3 0 0 1 2 number of impact cycles 3 Fig. 31 Effects of number of impacts and abrasive particle size on the disintegration number (calculation is based on results reported by Hareux and Riac, 1986) Fig. 9 Process Behaviour of Abrasive Particles 49 hard target material. 31 illustrates the effect of the particle size of a slag material on its disintegration number. As could be expected from the results of the previous sections, disintegration number increased with an increase in the particle size.

He found that volume loss increased linearly with increases in impact velocity, impact angle and abrasive particle size. 3 Effects of Abrasive Material Structure The fracture probability of abrasive particles also strongly depends on their structure, in particular on the number and distribution of non-regularities, such as micro-cracks, grain boundaries and dislocations. 28 illustrates how particle threshold velocity depends on the particle size and on abrasive material. A quartz particle with a diameter of dP = 500 μm requires a critical velocity of vP = 25 m/s, whereas a quartz glass particle of equal size requires a critical velocity of vP = 50 m/s.

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