THE STUDY OF GAS-DYNAMIC RESISTANCE OF THE LAYER OF AGGLOMERATION CHARGE, PREPARED FOR SINTERING
The paper studied to determine the flow resistance a layer sinter mix of different fractional composition. Identified effect of segregation and the rate of air filtration on the gas dynamics of sintered layer.
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