The compaction and pressing of fine-grained materials is becoming of considerable industrial significance. Rational management of raw materials requires the compaction and briquetting of several tens of millions of tons of fine-grained materials per year. Hence the scale and importance of the problem justify a very serious approach to the question, both as a research project and in its practical application. This book reviews the fundamentals of the technology for compacting and briquetting fine-grained materials, as achieved by means of various types of machines and numerous techniques. Areas covered include the design, construction and operation of the machines and equipment used. Processes are described both in stamp and roll presses and under static as well as pulsatory pressure, for selected finely disintegrated materials. Mathematical models provide the necessary dynamic analyses, as well as computer simulation and syntheses. The book presents the fundamentals for the design of devices for feeding/compacting the charge for briquetting presses as well as examples of practical application of the various methods and equipment.
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