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Spreading the bullet's energy over the stopping time gives an average power of 175 kilowatts. If you make some hand-waving assumptions that the mechanism for stopping the bullet is inefficient you might multiply this power by a factor of 10–100.
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Eriez Magnetics Europe have recently launched 3 new Eddy Current Separator systems for ferrous and non-ferrous metal recovery. The Greenwood Permanent Magnetic Bullet Separator is a compact, efficient in-line magnetic separator for extracting ferrous metal contamination from either gravity fed or pneumatic pipelines. It is normally fitted into pneumatic process lines, often for food powders, and intake lines with high velocity where abrasive products (such as wheat) can present a problem. The magnets are positioned in such a way as to give good access, as they need to be cleaned regularly.
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