The solid wall of linear motion shaker VS balanced elliptical DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge is largely different in terms of the permeability condition at the solid surfaces. At the corners of the linear motion shaker VS balanced elliptical shaker, we may find the rectangular cross sectional shape in the swirling component of the velocity. In general, DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge is set equal to the zero during the calculation procedure because the velocity cannot be tangential to the two separate data sets of the corners. What is more, a special connection is required at the tongue of the DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge with the first cross section, which is located at the diffuser exit. Since the DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge volute tongue is a line along the width, the surfaces of the cross sections are connected to the lines of the three dimensional elements. Therefore DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge becomes triangular prisms and the comparisons of the measured and calculated variations of the static pressure at the DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge volute can be seen in all cross sections on which detailed comparisons of the velocities can be performed.
In terms of the Stack Sizer static pressure, it tends to increase from the volute tongue to the exit at the inlet, which results from the decelerating inside the channel and can be predicted by the calculations. The market share of linear motion shaker VS balanced elliptical shaker is largely the same so the production companies are fighting hard for more sales. For the DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge medium rate, the static pressure is approximately constant at the inlet and inside the channel while for high mass rate, the static pressure will decrease from the tongue. The calculated and measured variation of the DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge static pressures at the inlet are in agreement for medium rate. Due to the disturbance caused by the DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge tongue as well as the short length of the diffuser in the inlet boundary that may be different from the real conditions. This could be the major reason for the discrepancy between the calculated DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge in terms of the static pressure at low and high rates. The DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge swirl velocities are measured only over sections and the results show that it has a forced type of velocity distribution in the swirl center. However, it will be shifted toward the internal wall of the DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge volute and a small portion of the fluids will be separated from the main swirl due to increasing pressure in the radial direction. DE-1000 Decanter centrifuge is very close to the volute tongue and, therefore, is highly related to the pressure gradient around it, which is especially true in the case of high mass at the beginning of the volute channel.