Aralabar The ability of powder to flow depends on a combination of the physical properties and on the equipment used for handling, storing, or processing it. Descriptive information to help identify this report. Their FI values, which were obtained using a nonaerated technique, enable us to classify the alumina as cohesive and the ceramic powder as an easy-flow powder. Reports, articles and other documents harvested from the Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Description Information is presented on: Follow the links below to find similar items on the Digital Library.
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Early life[ edit ] Andrew Jenike was born in Poland on April 16, He graduated from the Warsaw University of Technology with a B. Upon graduation, he entered the Polish Army , where he served with distinction as an officer in the Second World War. In peacetime, Jenike attended the University of London where in he received his Ph.
At age 39, Jenike began studying the design of bins and hoppers for the storage and flow of bulk solids. He approached the National Science Foundation and other groups for research funding. They required him to be affiliated with a college or university, so Jenike became an associate research professor at the University of Utah where he spent seven years developing basic theories, test equipment, and design procedures.
He set forth these guiding principles in University of Utah Experimental Station Bulletins  and ,  the latter being one of the most cited work in the material handling field today. In these bulletins he defined " mass flow ," showed how the flow properties of bulk solids could be measured, and how these measurements could be used to design hoppers. Four years later he was joined by Jerry Johanson, who had formerly worked with Jenike in graduate school. Jenike was president of the firm until he retired in He continued to conduct research for about eight years until, in , a serious automobile accident prevented him from working further.
JENIKE BULLETIN 123 PDF
Kazrasida Serving as both a federal and a state depository library, the UNT Libraries Government Documents Department maintains millions of items in a variety of formats. Creation Date November 1, Dates and time periods associated with this report. About Browse this Partner. Flowability indexes can be determined experimentally using different tests, but, so far, none have been universally accepted as being both reliable and easy to use. Storage and flow of solids.
Storage and flow of solids. Bulletin No. 123; Vol. 53, No. 26, November 1964
Taushicage The properties measured using aerated techniques AoR and HR demonstrated that AP presents true cohesiveness and therefore a difficult flowwhile CP presents some cohesiveness and its flow might be classified as half way between difficult and easy flow. We measured and compared the flow properties of two alumina-based powders. Reports, articles and other documents harvested from the Office of Scientific and Technical Information. The ability of powder to flow depends on a combination of the physical properties and on the equipment used for handling, storing, or processing it. Flowability indexes can be determined experimentally using different tests, but, so far, none have been universally accepted as being both reliable and easy to use. A test that has widespread use is based on measuring the shear force required to overcome the cohesive. Dates and time periods associated with this report.