White Paper | February 19, 2014

When Powders Fail To Flow

Source: Brookfield Engineering Laboratories, Inc.

There are many traditional measurement methods for characterizing the “flowability” of powders: angle of repose, flow cup, tap test. Practitioners know that the information may not be useful some of the time, but experience helps to separate the meaningful test results from those that may be suspect.

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