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Ing positive or negative increment to x. The area of the graph, enclosed between the two boundaries, is ∆r∆x. e. m + l = ∆R. Consequently D f ( x − ∆x ) = D f ( x ) − l , R f ( x − ∆x ) = R f ( x ) + l . The efficiency of classification in relation to a new boundary at separation is: Ex +∆x = D f ( x) − l Ds ( x) − (l + m) − R f ( x) + l Rs ( x) + (l + m) The resultant equation will now be examined. In this equation, in comparison with the previous equations, the reduction in the numerator and the denominator of the first part of the equation, was added to the numerator and denominator of the second part of the equation, respectively.
Extraction and contamination of the product. These parameters characterise most efficiently the separation process, but the absence of a united criterion complicates comparison of different separation processes. II-2. The characteristics of multiple separation of material with constant extraction. 20 1)ε f1 = 95%, ε c1 = 71% ε f 2 = 89%, ε c2 = 77% 2)ε f = 93%, K f = 18% ε f1 = 86%, K f1 = 11%. If the cost of the initial material is not high, the process is sometimes characterised by the quality of the completed product.
Determination of the optimality conditions. separate between these two products with different degrees of separation. With the known degree of accuracy, the curves N(x); n f (x); n c(x), representing the averaged-out fraction characteristics, can be regarded as continuous and differentiable on the basis of the theorem of the calculation of the sums using integrals. If this assumption appears to be insufficient, then to maintain mathematical strictness in the given derivation the relatively continuous integral should be replaced by the sum sign.
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