The physical process will consume the energy
6 December, 2012 at 1:38 am in Buy & Sell
In fact, large amount energy consumes in the transmission device of the driving milling machine in the form of friction and sound. The losses can be measured out. The energy losses also include the energy loss of the friction of the particles without rapture, the loss of kinetic energy and potential energy of the particles, the elastic deformation and plastic deformation of the particles and the generation sound, etc.. When the appropriate cracking conditions exist, the elastic deformation and plastic deformation of the particles may affect or not affect the energy required by the rupture process. A lot of loss consumed in the form of heat has no effect in terms of the crushing process of the particles. However, it is inevitable in the crushing process, when the input energy is converted into another form of energy, it is very possible. In any crushing operation process, the generation of the sound and heat may be inevitable.
You had better consider the crushing process as the physical process of the milling machine. This physical process will consume the energy, while the crushing and milling process is the indirect result for the energy consumption. Preferably pulverized be considered as a result of the physical process of the mill. This physical process consumes energy, while the crushing mill is an indirect result of the energy consumption. The relationship between the energy and the crushing and milling process does not fit the definition of the crushing and milling process. The relationship between the feeding process and the products is a kind of necessary tool, which can be directly obtained.
The earlier studies for understanding the crushing process of the crusher machine involve the relationship between the consumed energy of the grinding machine and the crushing and mining amount. The crushing and milling is studied as the function of the following amount of the materials, namely the new surface area of the particles generated, the volume of the materials crushed and the diameter of the product particles.
The experimental observations have showed that the change of the minute particles is proportional to the energy consumption of the unit weight of the particles in the crushing milling process. For example, the energy demanded by the same relative granularity is inversely proportional to certain functions of the initial particle size.