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Get PriceConnecting the two machines in parallel makes it possible to determine the particle size distribution based on their electrical mobility equivalent diameter and based on their aerodynamic diameter. The effective density is then determined using an adjustment process for the two size distributions [PRI 14].

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Get PriceAn effective particle size refers to the effective optical size of a particle and is defined as the average diameter of the sphere. However, many particles are non-spherical and difficult to accurately measure. This problem is evident in soil particle distribution methods.

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Get PriceMeasuring each particle allows the user unmatched flexibility for calculating and reporting particle size results. Image analysis instruments may report distributions based on particle length as opposed to spherical equivalency, and they may build volume distributions based on shapes other than spheres.

Get PriceMeasuring Particle Size, Fragmentation Index and Effective Fiber Vigorous, vertical shaking of dried silages is needed to dislodge fine particles of starch that adhere to larger particles in silage when the sample is moist. Mean particle size (MPS) is calculated as described by ANSI (1993), except the square instead of the diagonal dimension of

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Get PriceEffective Size of Aggregates. Effective size (in microns) is the maximum particle size of the smallest 10% of the aggregate or it is the sieve opening corresponding to 10% finer and is designated by the symbol D10. Uniformity Coefficient of Aggregates. This is the ratio of the maximum size of the smallest 60% to the effective size.

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