reduction ratio

reduction ratio

[ri′dək·shən ‚rā·shō]
(engineering)
Ratio of feed size to product size for a mill (crushing or grinding) operation; measured by lump and sieve sizes.

reduction ratio

In stone crushing, the ratio of the maximum dimension of stone before crushing to the maximum dimension after crushing.
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This combination is claimed to facilitate the use of an axle with a high reduction ratio, which increases the power available to the rest of the system and allows manufacturers to use more compact hydraulic components while maintaining optimal performance.
It also provides a very high reduction ratio with a premium end-product shape and consistency critical in aggregate applications.
Designed for the most demanding rock conditions and with a special focus on automated adjustment features, the MX provides a very high reduction ratio with a premium end-product shape and consistency.
However, the overall prices in the country could not be lowered in line with reduction ratio of POL prices, he maintained.
The ulcer reduction ratio, an assessment of healing, was determined by dividing the ulcer dimension at 8 weeks after ESD by the initial ulcer dimension.
The diameters of the PE/PS fibers obtained in each drawing step are nearly 500 [micro]m, because the fibers with such diameters are strong enough to be handled and stacked in good order after the first and the second drawing steps, and have reasonable size reduction ratio for each drawing step.
A simpler method, urea reduction ratio was proposed in the updated KDOQI guidelines.
Moreover, with current reporting delays, the largest PIR1 reduction ratio achieved by reducing current delays by 1 day is 2.
The finding that dialysis adequacy, as measured by urea reduction ratio, did not have any statistical correlation with the SF-36 total scores differs from several other studies (Bergstrom & Lindholm, 1998; Eknoyan et al.
The innovative Dunkermotor Bifurcated Wormetary gearing combines a right angle worm gear to turn the corner with a pair of efficient planetary gearboxes for a total reduction ratio of 529:1, without an undue sacrifice in efficiency.
Depending on the combination of reduction ratio and the type of spindle, forces between 35 and 370 N can be achieved.

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