K. Udaya Bhaskar, B. Govindarajan, J. P. Barnwal, K. K. Rao, T. C. Rao, "Modelling Studies on a 100 mm Water-Injection Cyclone", Physical Separation in Science and Engineering, vol. 13, Article ID 465438, 11 pages, 2004. https://doi.org/10.1080/14786470412331286580
Modelling Studies on a 100 mm Water-Injection Cyclone
Test work on a 100 mm water-injection cyclone was carried out using a ground lead-zinc ore. Experiments were conducted varying the vortex finder diameter, spigot diameter, feed inlet pressure and injection water rate. The effect of variables on the performance of the water-injection cyclone in terms of slurry throughput and corrected cut-size are presented. A set of equations have been developed for predicting the performance of a water-injection cyclone. Further, the reduced efficiency curve was quantified to predict the size distribution of water-injection cyclone products.
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