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sintering and agglomeration

Sintering. or agglomeration, in metallurgy, the heat process for pelletizing fines (ores, ore concentrates containing waste metals, and others), as components of Read more Agglomeration and sintering in annealed FePt nanoparticle

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Sintering and agglomeration of Fe2O3-MgAl2O4

2020-4-1  Sintering is a physical process due to crystallite growth, and agglomeration is the cohesion of neighboring particles. Two factors may be associated with this improvement: the higher specific surface areas of oxygen carriers with low ratio of Fe 2 O 3 and higher

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Agglomeration and Sintering in Annealed FePt

2005-1-3  @article{osti_839720, title = {Agglomeration and Sintering in Annealed FePt Nanoparticle Assemblies Studied by Small Angle Neutron Scattering and X-Ray Diffraction}, author = {Thomson, T}, abstractNote = {In this work we give a detailed account of the use of small angle neutron scattering to study the properties of polymer mediated, self assembled nanoparticle arrays as a function of

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Agglomeration and sintering in annealed FePt

2005-8-19  These results allow a comprehensive structural model of the annealed assemblies to be developed in terms of particle sintering and agglomeration. This enhanced understanding will allow new strategies to be pursued in realizing the potential of nanoparticle assemblies as a monodispersed data storage medium. Received 17 September 2004

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Sintering and agglomeration of Fe2O3-MgAl2O4

However, the deactivation caused by sintering and agglomeration worsens, which is an essential issue to be solved. In this study, the stability of Fe2O3-MgAl2O4 oxygen carriers was investigated not only in a packed bed reactor but also a fluidized bed reactor using CO as fuel and air as oxidant at 850 °C.

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The sintering temperature of ash, agglomeration, and

2005-1-1  It was found that coals with higher proportions of calcium aluminosilicate showed higher propensity for agglomeration and defluidisation. The pressure-drop sintering technique can predict the agglomeration propensity for coals. Samples with a sintering temperature lower than the operating temperature of the PFBC showed agglomeration.

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Agglomeration and Sintering in Annealed FePt

The complementary nature of the two measurements allows a comprehensive structural model of the assemblies to be developed in terms of particle sintering and agglomeration. To realize the potential of nanoparticle assemblies as a monodispersed data storage medium the problem of particle separation necessary to avoid sintering and agglomeration during annealing must be addressed

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Agglomeration and sintering in annealed FePt

2005-8-1  In this work we give a detailed account of complementary small angle neutron scattering and x-ray diffraction studies of polymer mediated, self-assembled FePt nanoparticle arrays as a function of annealing temperature. The combination of these two techniques provides significantly greater physical insight than is available using either individually.

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The sintering temperature of ash, agglomeration, and

The pressure-drop sintering technique can predict the agglomeration propensity for coals. Samples with a sintering temperature lower than the operating temperature of the PFBC showed agglomeration....

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XI. AGGLOMERATION

2012-8-14  'agglomeration' can be classified mainly into the following groups, namely, Briquetting, Nodulizing (rotary kiln sintering), Vacuum extrusion, Sintering and Pelletizing. Briquetting : This is a very simple process, in which fine grained materials are pressed into briquettes

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Sintering and agglomeration of Fe2O3-MgAl2O4

Abstract Fe2O3-based chemical looping combustion can be combined with steam-iron reaction and dry reform of methane for high-value-added products if Fe2O3 is deeply reduced. However, the deactivation caused by sintering and agglomeration worsens, which is an essential issue to be solved. In this study, the stability of Fe2O3-MgAl2O4 oxygen carriers was investigated not only in a packed bed

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Agglomeration and sintering in annealed FePt

2005-8-1  Agglomeration and sintering in annealed FePt nanoparticle assemblies studied by small angle neutron scattering and x-ray diffraction

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Agglomeration and sintering in annealed FePt

2005-8-19  In this work we give a detailed account of complementary small angle neutron scattering and x-ray diffraction studies of polymer mediated, self-assembled FePt nanoparticle arrays as a function of annealing temperature. The combination of these two techniques provides significantly greater physical insight than is available using either individually.

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The sintering temperature of ash, agglomeration, and

Agglomeration in fluidized bed gasification system is considered as a primary operational problem, especially for catalytic coal gasification process because alkali catalyst worsens sintering and

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What is Agglomeration? Glossary of Powder Mixing

Sintering. Sintering, also known as frittage, is a thermal agglomeration process during which the atoms within the materials diffuse and form bridges across distinct particles, joining them together. Sintering involves heating products without melting them, and as such is particularly well-suited for materials with very high melting points.

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Agglomeration by Heat/Sintering Agglomeration

2001-12-21  Compactconsult, Inc., 2614 N. Tamiami Trail, #520, Naples, Florida 34103‐4409, USA. Search for more papers by this author

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What Is Agglomeration? powderbulksolids

2 天前  In agglomeration using heat (sintering), atoms and molecules begin to migrate across the interface where particles touch each other. This happens at a certain elevated temperature, which is different for various materials. While still in solid state, diffused matter forms bridge-like structures between the surfaces, which solidify upon cooling.

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Sintering Fundamentals Agglomeration of Iron Ores

2020-11-5  Sintering Fundamentals. The Chapter details the topics pertaining to the fundamental and basics of the sintering process. This is important in the sense that the process, though material specific, can be described by the basics of physical-chemical reactions and their kinetics, which are independent of the material characteristics.

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Agglomerate And Particle-Size Effects On Sintering

[14][15][16][17] The phenomenon of agglomeration and its consequences on sintering were at first addressed by Rhodes 18 and Lange. 19 Such issues have subsequently been experimentally observed in

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Sintering and Pelletizing TON Outotec

Ensure your plant’s high performance and profitability while lowering investment and operating costs with our agglomeration technologies. Our innovative sintering and pelletizing solutions are based on over 60 years’ experience and world-class R&D. TON Outotec Traveling Grate Sintering is suitable for sintering

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Agglomeration and sintering in annealed FePt

In this work we give a detailed account of complementary small angle neutron scattering and x-ray diffraction studies of polymer mediated, self-assembled FePt nanoparticle arrays as a function of annealing temperature. The combination of these two techniques provides significantly greater physical insight than is available using either individually.

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Agglomeration by Heat/Sintering Agglomeration

2001-12-21  Compactconsult, Inc., 2614 N. Tamiami Trail, #520, Naples, Florida 34103‐4409, USA. Search for more papers by this author

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iron ore agglomeration and sintering

Home >>sintering and agglomeration ;,Main feed into a sinter plant is base mix, which consists of iron ore fines, coke fines and flux (lime stone) fin. Live Chat Sinter plant. Sinter plants agglomerate iron ore fines (dust) with other fine materials at high temperature, to create a

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Multi-scale modelling of particle agglomeration

Multi-scale modelling of particle agglomeration through sintering. This project develops a multi-scale approach to study the complex micromechanical phenomena in the agglomeration process of particulates through sintering important in the ceramic and other industries. The micro-mechanical models using DEM will predict agglomeration, grain

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(PDF) Factors influencing particle agglomeration

Discrete element method (DEM) is used to study the factors affecting agglomeration in three-dimensional copper particle systems during solid-state sintering. A new parameter is proposed to characterize agglomeration. The effects of a series of

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What Is Agglomeration? powderbulksolids

2 天前  In agglomeration using heat (sintering), atoms and molecules begin to migrate across the interface where particles touch each other. This happens at a certain elevated temperature, which is different for various materials. While still in solid state, diffused matter forms bridge-like structures between the surfaces, which solidify upon cooling.

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Capillary forces between spheres during

The capillary force due to a wetting liquid between solid particles is responsible for agglomeration and the rearrangement stage of liquid phase sintering. The capillary force has been calculated for several situations using a numerical technique. Included in the calculations are variations in particle size, contact angle, liquid volume, and particle separation.

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Iron Ore Agglomeration Processes and their Historical

2015-12-28  The origin of sintering process goes back to 1887 when F. Haberlein and T. Huntington of England invented the process of agglomeration for sintering of sulphide ores. In this process, the sintering was carried with the sintering bed being blown with air from bottom upwards. The process was also known as up-draft sintering

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Effect of Agglomeration on Mechanical Properties of

2004-12-20  Porous ZrO 2 ceramics were fabricated by compacting a fine ZrO 2 powder, followed by pressureless sintering. Two unidirectional pressures of 30 and 75 MPa were used to prepare the green compacts. The strength and the fracture toughness of porous ZrO 2 specimens sintered from the compacts prepared by 75 MPa were substantially higher than those by 30 MPa, especially for the

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Coagulation–Agglomeration of Fractal-like Particles

2015-1-5  Agglomeration occurs in environmental and industrial processes, especially at low temperatures where particle sintering or coalescence is rather slow. Here, the growth and structure of particles undergoing agglomeration (coagulation in the absence of coalescence, condensation, or surface growth) are investigated from the free molecular to the continuum regime by discrete element

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