Monthly Archives: July 2014

It’s All In The Details – DEM

  Have you ever tried building something only to find out that it doesn’t work? You’ve followed the design plan and assembled the parts but at the end of the day it just doesn’t operate correctly. This happened to me … Continue reading

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Mass Flow or Funnel Flow- What do you Have?

  We at J&J often are pushing for mass flow to minimize segregation or other common flow problems – so how do you identify the flow pattern in your silo? After I had worked at J&J for a while, I … Continue reading

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How Bulk Material Variations are a Drag on our Economy

  At J&J, we encounter many situations where bulk material processes operate at an “adequate level” only, leaving room for improvement with the final product. One such challenge has to do with segregation, or variations in the properties of the bulk … Continue reading

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