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5j, then the rotational speed is 1 rpm. (3) In Example 4, the entrainment of liquid from the pan was neglected. This aspect will be discussed in Chapter 4. (4) The heat transfer coeﬃcient from the melt to the solid layer was arbitrarily ﬁxed at 100 W Á mÀ2 Á KÀ1. It will be shown in Chapter 4 how the heat transfer coeﬃcient can be estimated. 12) becomes (u=0): ð ð ð ð Am Á dm dH ¼ Am Á dm þ ðm þ 1Þdm þ ðm þ 1Þ ð2:15Þ First part of the RHS: Am2/2. Second part of the RHS: m+m2/2. The third part of the integral can be solved by putting y=m+1 (m=yÀ1, dy=dm).
According to theory, the T/y lines cannot be straight. However, the relations obtained give results that match experimental results reasonably well. Heertjes and Ong Tjing Gie (1960) discuss solutions of the Fourier equation for three diﬀerent sets of boundary conditions. The enthalpy change of the deposited solid layer with time was neglected which can be justiﬁed by the relatively small temperature eﬀects that occurred in their experiments. The two authors arrived at solutions by introducing simpliﬁcations.
Any ‘‘threads’’ pass back into the Rollomat due to the underpressure generated by the gear pump (4). The outer cylinder can be exchanged to match the size of the holes to the viscosity. The maximum length is 1500 mm. Kaiser quotes a few typical production ﬁgures for a Rollomat having this length (kg Á hrÀ1) (Robens and Kaiser, 1990): Epoxide resin: 3100 Hotmelt: 1800 Paraﬃn: 1200 Phenolic resin: 3000. Fig. 9 shows how the Rollomat pastillates. On employing a rotary dropformer, the melt must pass from a stationary system into a rotating system.