Morphology control in size reduction processes

Abstract : Grinding is an important operation for producing small and fine particles from solids in different media such as air or water. In a grinding operation, the breakage of initial particles occurs, to reduce particle size. Examining the breakage phenomena reveals five different main mechanisms as shown in [1]. The first is wear and attrition, the second is abrasion, the third is fracture, the fourth is fragmentation, and the fifth is chipping (Fig. 1.1).
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Fumio Saito, Michel Baron, John A. Dodds. Morphology control in size reduction processes. Extrait de : Morphology control of materials and nanoparticles - Advanced materials processing and characterization (chap. 1) / sous la dir. de Y. WASEDA et A. MURAMATSU, Springer, p.3-23, 2004, 3-540-00958-2. ⟨10.1007/978-3-662-08863-0_1⟩. ⟨hal-01730656⟩

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