Hydroabrasive Cutting Head - Energy Transfer Efficiency
Both the abrasive particle milling effect and the transfer of energy that take place between the water nozzle exit and the slurry nozzle inlet are introduced as criteria that can be applied in the evaluation of the effectiveness of the hydroabrasive cutting head design. This paper presents the results and general conclusions drawn from a test program designed to investigate both of these effects.
G. Galecki and M. Mazurkiewicz, "Hydroabrasive Cutting Head - Energy Transfer Efficiency," Proceedings of the 4th U. S. Water Jet Conference, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Jan 1987.
4th U. S. Water Jet Conference
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
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01 Jan 1987