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The power required for size reduction in crushing is???

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The power required for size reduction in crushing is???..

Answer / bariumesh8

proportional to Surface energy of the material.

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The power required for size reduction in crushing is???..

Answer / rajesh

power required for crushing the material mainly depends on
the product size it means surface energy of the material. so
if the product size is very fine then the power
requirement is more.

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The power required for size reduction in crushing is???..

Answer / poonam

proportional to Surface energy of the material.

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The power required for size reduction in crushing is???..

Answer / sourya

the power required for crushing not only depends on the
initial and final product sizes but also the type of
material whether soft or hard. That's why we have three
power law relations for crushing, kick, rittinger and bond's
law.

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The power required for size reduction in crushing is???..

Answer / vinayak desai

THE POWER REQUIRED FOR CRUSHING IS DEPENDS UPON THE SIZE &
DENSITY OF THE MATERIEAL

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