The effects of mechanical actions on washing efficiency

  • Lee A
  • Seo M
  • Yang S
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Abstract

The role of mechanical action on the washing process was studied. The experimental apparatus was designed to simulate each mechanical action such as the hydrodynamic flow action, the fabric flexing action, the abrasion action during washing process. The influence of mechanical action strongly depends on the property and attached state of each soil. The abrasion action was found as the most effective mechanical action for soil removal.

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  • Abrasion
  • Flexing
  • Hydrodynamic flow
  • Mechanical action
  • Soil
  • Washing efficiency

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