Effects of temperature on hydrocyclone efficiency
Plant investigations and laboratory experiments have been conducted in order to study the effects of temperature on the classification efficiency of a cyclone. It was demonstrated that, under otherwise constant operating conditions, alterations in temperature produced a nearly linear change in d50(c) size. However, the sharpness of the separation, as defined by the reduced efficiency curve, showed no dependence on temperature. © 1988.
International Journal of Mineral Processing
Effects of temperature on hydrocyclone efficiency.
International Journal of Mineral Processing,
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