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shaking table - hongxing mining machinery

shaking table - hongxing mining machinery

The shaking table is a gravity dressing machine used for separating fine particles. They are mainly used for various metals such as gold, silver, zinc, tungsten, iron, manganese, lead and coal and heavy metal materials. It is suitable for different grades of materials such as 2-0.5mm, coarse sand of 0.5-0.074mm, fine sand, and slime of 0.074mm. When the beneficiation shaker processes tungsten or tin metal ore materials, the effective recovery range of the equipment is 2-0.22 mm.

The company has introduced advanced technology from the United States, Germany, Japan, Australia, and other countries, and established advanced production lines and first-class modern testing plants.

The company has rapidly grown into a mining machinery production and export factory in China with scientific management methods, refined manufacturing processes, and innovative manufacturing concepts.

shaking table measuring software | kyowa

shaking table measuring software | kyowa

This software collects measuring data from sensors installed at various measuring points such as acceleration, strain and displacement, and performs data processing.The PC controls the measuring instruments such as amplifiers, filters and AD converters.

gold shaking table design - 911 metallurgist

gold shaking table design - 911 metallurgist

Shaking table tests were conducted on four full-scale single-story structures to investigate the out-of-plane behavior of unreinforced masonry (URM) panels in RC frames. Specimens included one pure frame, two frames with confined masonry panels of different thicknesses, and one with infill panels. Every specimen was subjected to single-axis ground motions with the intensity magnified each cycle until the structure exhibited severe damage. With strong boundary restraints, the confined masonry panels exhibited notable resistance to out-of-plane inertial forces via the arching mechanism. Infill panels also showed arching at low motion intensity, but separated from the boundary frames at higher intensity and collapsed under the inertial force caused by their self-weight. Wall thickness/slenderness was found to have a significant influence on out-of-plane strength and stiffness. An analytical model for the out-of-plane behavior of confined masonry panels in accordance with the rocking mechanism is also presented. Comparison with experimental results showed that this model affords accurate and conservative estimates for force and deformation capacities. It also suggests that the out-of-plane deformation capacity of a confined masonry panel is proportional to its thickness.

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