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The maximum crushing capacity of a wood particle crusher

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The relationship between the increasing rate of holdup and the material-feeding rate were examined. From the results, the maximum crushing capacity was defined as the maximum feed rate where holdup did not change with time and remained at a constant value. The effect of the hammer rotation speed, ω, and the reduction ratio, Dv/dv, on the maximum crushing capacity, Fmax, was expressed as follows:

Affiliations: 1: Hokkaido Forest Products Research Institute, 1-10 Nishikagura, Asahikawa 071-01, Japan; 2: Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Sapporo 060, Japan


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