When Powders Fail To Flow or What is a Normalized Flow Function
17 Mar 2014

There are many traditional measurement methods for characterizing the “flowability” of powders. This white paper presents examples and benefits of the Shear Cell method, which measures the sliding friction between powder particles during flow.

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