Blast Cleaning Technology by A. Momber

By A. Momber

This booklet reports blast cleansing know-how. the writer first systematically and seriously experiences the speculation at the back of the expertise. subsequent you’ll know about the nation of present blast cleansing, together with a lot of today’s state of the art commercial applications.

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In the figure, two fracture zones can be distinguished. The primary zone is a result of high-velocity stress waves generated during the 38 Fig. 21 Geometric situation and fracture structure of a particle subjected to impact (adapted from Buhlmann, 1970) 2 Abrasive Materials primary fracture zone Vp ϕ secondary fracture zone dp impact. On their way through the particle, the waves decelerated and reflected on the rear side of the particle. The reflected waves hit the fracture front. When the reflected waves partially stopped the fracture front, coarser fragments formed on the rear side of the particles which is defined as the secondary zone.

Results of these investigations are shown in Fig. 22. 23 illustrates the change in hardness of cut steel shot after a number of impact cycles. A significant increase in hardness can be seen for the first cycles, which probably corresponded to work hardening of the metal during the initial plastic deformation cycles. The hardness then stabilised, but finally started to drop at about 1,000 cycles, probably because the metal was softened after a high number of deformation cycles. Wellinger and Gommel (1967) also performed deformation studies on cut steel wire abrasives.

In case of the hard target surface, he observed well-developed deformation bands on the shot particles, and the main breakdown mechanism was accomplished by internal crack extension. Shot impacted against the soft target surface presented small peripheral radial cracks (50–100 μm in length). The author also found that steel shot impacted against a softer surface had a higher amount of facets and a longer average size of the facets than the shot propelled against a harder surface. Results of these investigations are shown in Fig.

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