feed pressure

feed pressure

[′fēd ‚presh·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
Total weight or pressure, expressed in pounds or tons, applied to the drilling stem to make the drill bit cut and penetrate the geologic, rock, or ore formation.
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Also, for a required hydrogen recovery, an increase in the feed pressure increases the hydrogen purity.
Feed pressures--Excessive feed pressure causes the string to bend, thus tilting the bit off-center.
Up to four units can share the same manifold and pneumatic connections, such as a common feed pressure and exhaust
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When set correctly, the feed package valve (see Figure 2) controls the drilling speed and sets the maximum feed pressure for safety and drilling efficiency.
Meanwhile, four Schwing SP 8800 D stationary pumps with 450kW in engine power each and a maximum feed pressure of up to 243 bar are available for high-rise pumping of the concrete.
This company has introduced a robust new series of ID grippers with an 8-85mm diameter range and high holding force that can be adjusted to individual workpieces via feed pressure.
The reason to cool the screw this way is to prevent polymer from sticking to its surface until some feed pressure is developed to "clean" the screw by conveying material forward.
Accurate feed pressure control and feed controlled by rotation (torque drilling)--resulting in better sensing of hole conditions, energy transfer, penetration rate, rock tool service life and drilling accuracy, especially in soft rocks and downhole drilling,
This radio-controlled performance-managing feature automatically analyzes drilling conditions and adjusts factors such as feed pressure, feed speed, anti-jamming controls and percussion pressure.