grindability

grindability

[‚grīn·də′bil·əd·ē]
(materials)
Relative ease with which a material can be ground.
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Composite samples were found to be mostly in the soft to medium grindability range with low to medium values of abrasion index.
Sivashanmugam, Grindability Studies on Blended Coals of High-Ash Indian Coals with Low-Ash Imported Coals.
Successful blending occurs with respect to non-additive properties (likes combustion reactivity of coal, ash characteristics, grindability index, and swelling characteristics) of two coals.
(2003), confirmed that propoxycarbazone-sodium and sulfosulfuron have a varying impact on the flour grindability, resulting, in some years, in a slight decline in the protein and wet gluten content, as well as the sedimentation index.
The grindability of Inconel 718 using a corundum and a silicon carbide (SiC) grinding wheel is described in [5].
Since the brittleness and the Hardgrove Grindability Index (HGI) of vitrain are lower than those of fusain [39], the vitrinite gathers in large coal particles and can be easily broken into pieces, while the inertinite gathers in small coal particles and can be easily broken into powder.
The aim of the research by Allahverdi and Babasafari [15] was to interpret the effectiveness of TEA on the grindability and set and strength behavior of Portland cement in laboratory ball and vibrating disk mills when adding 0.06% amount by weight to the cement.
Hsu, "Structure, mechanical properties, and grindability of dental Ti-Zr alloys," Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, vol.
Waldron, "An investigation of the grindability of two torrefied energy crops," Fuel, vol.
Research interests: utilization of industrial by-products, mechanical activation of solids, grindability tests.