Coal Disintegration by High Pressure Water Jet
Describes project activities begun on August 15, 1986 in the high pressure waterjet laboratory at RMERC. A sequence of tests were perfo and a modular data acquisition system, which stored data onto computer disks, was used to gain experimental data under a number of preset tes conditions. Preliminary results indicated that: (1) the pressure gene in the receiving pipe depended upon injection nozzle diameter and rece pipe diameter; (2) ratio of generated pressure to injection pressure v in the range of 12 to 22%; (3) for larger injection nozzle diameters, ratio ranges from 40 to 80%. (R.I.H.) (Microfiche)
M. Mazurkiewicz, "Coal Disintegration by High Pressure Water Jet," University of Missouri--Rolla, Jan 1986.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Report - Technical
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