disk mill

disk mill

[′disk ‚mil]
(mechanical engineering)
Size-reduction apparatus in which grinding of feed solids takes place between two disks, either or both of which rotate. Also known as disk attrition mill.
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Energy-instrumented knife, hammer, and refiner disk mills are used while investigating chopping and grinding of switch grass, corn stover, and wheat straw under a range of moisture contents.
Conventional disk mills use a disk that relies on viscosity of the product to accelerate the media, which is inefficient and creates heat, which affects the media's wear.