disintegrator (rus. дезинтегратор) — in the scientific literature, the term is used to refer to two different devices: 1) mechanical disintegrator, a type of high-energy milling devices in which the milled substance is fed into the space between two contacting disks rotating at high speed in opposite directions; 2) ultrasonic disintegrator, a variety of specialised ultrasound devices that use cavitation effect in suspensions for destruction of biological objects, aggregates and agglomerates of solid particles.

Description

A mechanical disintegrator is one of the most effective devices for producing nanostructured materials; it uses mechanical impact, which is usually accompanied by intensive defect formation and mechanical activation of solids. In industry, mechanical disintegrators are used for the high-performance production of fine powders.

Author

  • Shlyakhtin Oleg A.

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