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Jan 25, 2021

C ONTROLLED EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH AND MODEL DESIGN OF DOUBLE-LAYER HIGH-FREQUENCY VIBRATING SCREEN MACHINE. JINFEI P ANG, X IAOMAN L IU, Y UNTAO C AI, G UOJUN D U 300 JOURNAL OF V IBROENGINEERING.M ARCH 2021, V OLUME 23, ISSUE 2 In Fig. 1, two motors of the same specification do synchronous reverse

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