“Dust removal from industrial gas media in refractory production” by Yu. V. Krasovitskii, P. B. Baltrenas, V. I. Éntin, N. M. Anzheurov, and V. F. Babkin, Tekhnika, Vilnius (1996)

“Dust removal from industrial gas media in refractory production” by Yu. V. Krasovitskii, P.... Refractories and bTdusrrial Ceramics r, bl. 38, .~bs. ] -2, 1997 REVIEWS UDK 628.53(049.3) "DUST REMOVAL FROM INDUSTRIAL GAS MEDIA IN REFRACTORY PRODUCTION" BY YU. V. KRASOVITSKII, P. B. BALTRENAS, V. I. ]~NTIN, N. M. ANZHEUROu AND ~: 17. BABKIN, TEKHNIKA, VILNIUS (1996) V. D. Shedogubov I Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 2, pp. 39- 40, February, 1997. Original article submitted November .l l, 1996. Because of a sharp ~owth in the number of dust-evolv- ments for dust monitoring and analysis of physico-mechani- ing setups and the power of furnaces and other equipment, cal and chemical properties of industrial dusts. These include the problem of efficient dust collection is of high current im- the density, mass concentration, dispersity, and abrasive, ad- portance in the industry of refractories. hesive, cohesive, and electrical properties of dusts and the Difficulties encountered in the protection of the atmos- density, viscosity, and moisture of dust-gas flows. These data phere in the vicinity of refractory plants are illustrated by the provide a basis for detailed analysis and assessment of me- following figures: the annual discharge of solid inorganic chanical dust collectors (single and battery cyclones, vortex dust from the refractory' plants in Russia http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Springer Journals

“Dust removal from industrial gas media in refractory production” by Yu. V. Krasovitskii, P. B. Baltrenas, V. I. Éntin, N. M. Anzheurov, and V. F. Babkin, Tekhnika, Vilnius (1996)

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Springer-Verlag
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Copyright © 1997 by Plenum Publishing Corporation
Subject
Chemistry; Characterization and Evaluation of Materials; Materials Science; Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Methods
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1083-4877
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1573-9139
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10.1007/BF02767840
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Refractories and bTdusrrial Ceramics r, bl. 38, .~bs. ] -2, 1997 REVIEWS UDK 628.53(049.3) "DUST REMOVAL FROM INDUSTRIAL GAS MEDIA IN REFRACTORY PRODUCTION" BY YU. V. KRASOVITSKII, P. B. BALTRENAS, V. I. ]~NTIN, N. M. ANZHEUROu AND ~: 17. BABKIN, TEKHNIKA, VILNIUS (1996) V. D. Shedogubov I Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 2, pp. 39- 40, February, 1997. Original article submitted November .l l, 1996. Because of a sharp ~owth in the number of dust-evolv- ments for dust monitoring and analysis of physico-mechani- ing setups and the power of furnaces and other equipment, cal and chemical properties of industrial dusts. These include the problem of efficient dust collection is of high current im- the density, mass concentration, dispersity, and abrasive, ad- portance in the industry of refractories. hesive, cohesive, and electrical properties of dusts and the Difficulties encountered in the protection of the atmos- density, viscosity, and moisture of dust-gas flows. These data phere in the vicinity of refractory plants are illustrated by the provide a basis for detailed analysis and assessment of me- following figures: the annual discharge of solid inorganic chanical dust collectors (single and battery cyclones, vortex dust from the refractory' plants in Russia

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Refractories and Industrial CeramicsSpringer Journals

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