Ceramic Processing and Sintering by Mohamed N. Rahaman
By Mohamed N. Rahaman
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In principle, the process is similar to a conventional roller mill, but the contact pressure is considerably higher (in the range of 100–300 MPa). The stock of coarse particles is comminuted and compacted. 1 Range of particle sizes reached with different types of mills. (From Ref. ) Synthesis of Powders 55 a powder. Although the process is unsuitable for the production of particle sizes below ϳ10 m, it has two significant advantages. First, the energy utilization is fairly good because the mechanical energy supplied to the rollers goes directly into comminuting the particles.
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