CERTAIN ENERGY INTENSITY OF THE PLANETARY MILL FOR THE PRODUCTION OF OXIDE NANOPOWDERS

Bebiya Anastasia Georgievna1, Gulyaev Pavel Yurevich2, Imamov Rinat Ramilevich3, Lavrikov Vitaly Vyacheslavovich4, Yukhimuk Roman Fedorovich5, Yurukin Pavel Andreevich6
1Ugra State University, graduate student
2Ugra State University, Dr. of Technical Sciences, head of the department of physical chemistry processes and materials
3Ugra State University, graduate student
4Ugra State University, graduate student
5Ugra State University, graduate student
6Ugra State University, graduate student

Abstract
It is shown theoretically that the milling of complex metal oxides is not a fundamental limit of dispersion, if provided with the necessary energy loading of the mill and taken to passivate the surface free energy of Gibbs. The transition to the production of ultrafine (0.1-1 mm) and nano (10-100 nm) oxide is achieved when most energy loading of 2000-4000 W / g. It is suggested that the power density of a planetary mill has a power (cubic) dependence on the size of the free volume of the reactor. The reported study was partially funded by RFBR according to the research project No. 15-42-00106.

Keywords: high energy milling, mechanical grinding, oxides nanopowders, planetary mill


Category: 02.00.00 Chemistry

Article reference:
Certain energy intensity of the planetary mill for the production of oxide nanopowders // Modern scientific researches and innovations. 2016. № 8 [Electronic journal]. URL: https://web.snauka.ru/en/issues/2016/08/70382

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