Testing And Analysing The Grinding Uniformity Of Polymer Products
Zoalfokkar Kareem Alobad () and
I. A. C. Abar
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Josef Flizikowski: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Science and Technology in Bydgoszcz
Ali Al-Zubied: Department of Polymer Engineering and Petrochemical Industries, Faculty of Materials Engineering, University of Babylon, Iraq
Zoalfokkar Kareem Alobad: Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology, Marine Technology Faculty, Marine Engineering Department, East Java, Surabaya, Indonesia.University, Gowa, Indonesia
I. A. C. Abar: Department of Polymer Engineering and Petrochemical Industries, Faculty of Materials Engineering, University of Babylon, Iraq
Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research & Developments (JMERD), 2019, vol. 42, issue 3, 87-90
This work aims to improve the uniformity of the grinding polymer materials (recycling of thermoplastic polymers) and reduce the power consumption of the grinding process for the polymer recycling process. The uniformity of grinding polymer materials is considered in many ranges: technical, material and control (steering). The influence of the method and grinding agent, the susceptibility properties and homogeneity of the grinded material was illustrated in this search. Irregularity of the operation of the dosage (feeder) of the granular material (δ) depends on the diameter (D) and the screw pitch (S). The uniformity of grinding polymer materials increases when the S/D is 0.25 or 1.67. The uniformity of grinding polymer materials for the S/D of 1.67 is better than for S/D of 0.25.
Keywords: Grinding Uniformity; Polymers Recycling; Polymers Grinding (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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