2003
DOI: 10.14356/kona.2003006 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The industrial handling procedures for bulk materials, for example, to store, to convey, to mix, and to fill, etc. often lead to dust emissions. The generated dust is closely related to health hazards and environmental pollution, and is also a cause of fires and explosions. The particle size distribution and concentration determine the risks. The dust liberation property of disperse particle systems Ҁ socalled powders Ҁ depends on a multitude of variables and also on the method and intensity of stressing. The… Show more

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“…Whereas, the European standard, EN 15051 (17) , utilizes a rotating drum or a continuous drop device to create a dust cloud. These methods are well described by Hamelmann and Schmidt (5,7) and are briefly reviewed here.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…Whereas, the European standard, EN 15051 (17) , utilizes a rotating drum or a continuous drop device to create a dust cloud. These methods are well described by Hamelmann and Schmidt (5,7) and are briefly reviewed here.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Dustiness is defined as the trend of a given material to generate dust. In such tests, a powder is subjected to different constraints such as free falling, fluidisation or stirring in a rotating drum 8) .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…These results were checked against field measurements where the overall airborne concentration of nanotubes was estimated to be quite low (lower than 53 g/m 3 ). Tests with fumed silica were carried out in a rotating drum 8) and in a dropping test (Dust View 11) , from Palas society). Size distributions were not measured in that work.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…The tendency of a material to generate dust upon handling is known as its dustiness (Hamelmann and Schmidt, 2003). The exposure and deposition of airborne dust in various regions of the human respiratory tract depends on several factors including the size of the dust particle.…”
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