Rosin-Rammler cumulative distributionController: CodeCogs
The Rosin-Rammler distribution is frequently used to describe the particle size distribution of powers of various types and sizes. The function is particularyly suited to representing particles generated by grinding, milling and crushing operations. The conventional Rosin-Rammler function is described by
There is an error with your graph parameters for Rosin_CDF with options Dm=0.1e-3 n=2 D=0:0.3e-3If you have observed data, then a least square regression analysis can used to fit the data points.
Error Message:Function Rosin_CDF failed. Ensure that: Invalid C++
- K.M. Djamarani and I.M. Clark, 1997. Powder Technology, Elsevier Science. 93, No 2, pp. 101-108(8)
Dm mean particle diameter n measure of the spread of particle sizes D particle size
- Will Bateman (2006)
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