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Physical properties of powders and quality of granules produced by means of air pressure swing

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A two-stage granulation method using air pressure swing is applied to the granulation of various kinds of fine powders, and the relationship between the physical properties of powders and their granularity is examined. It has been found that bulk density and, to a lesser extent, powder compressibility are two good indexes to estimate the quality of granules produced by the granulation method employed in the present study.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemical Engineering, Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu 432, Japan; 2: Ako Company Ltd., Urayasu 272-01, Japan; 3: Nichias Corp., Yokohama 230, Japan

10.1163/156855297X00138
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2017-12-13

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