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Analysis of Instability Phenomenon of Moving Cone of Cone Crusher

Analysis of Instability Phenomenon of Moving Cone of Cone Crusher

Feb 12, 2020 circular cone with 7-degree half angle and 2.5 mm nose radius that was flown during the HIFiRE-1 flight experiment [6]. The flat plate boundary layers provide the simplest setting to study the secondary instability phenomenon. They are used to validate the results of

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