Published: 01 January 1953
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Some constructional modifications of the analyzer are described. The apparent size of irregular-shaped particles is quantitatively related to the diameter of sphere separated at the same air velocity. The velocity distribution of the air stream is shown to be linear over a wide range, and the significance is discussed. The size character of the residual particles after a separation is evaluated. Theoretical equations of a size separation are derived and applied to actual separations with several examples.
Roller, P. S.
Chemist, Washington, D. C.