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6 In support of the calculated data on the coefficient of removal, let us turn to experiment. -1m . Coefficient of removal KN .. 0 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF PARTICLE ADHESION 21 A comparison of these experimental data with calculations based on probability data for particle detachment and removal indicates that the deviation between calculated and experimental values is no greater than 30%. This provides grounds for the statement that, by the use of the probability method, the coefficient of removal can be determined.
Here we must remember that the force acts not on the adherent particles, but on the surface to which the layer of particles is adhering. If the external force is directed toward the dustladen surface (Fig. a), the surface will obtain the necessary acceleration to 48 CHAPTER II a b Fig. 2. Action of external force on dust-laden surface in cases of detachment (a) and pressing of particles to surface (b). cause detachment of the particles. If the detaching force is directed toward that part of the surface that is not coated with a layer of adherent particles (i.