Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul fail after India collapse to heavy defeat in New Zealand

first_img India Today Web Desk ThiruvananthapuramJanuary 31, 2019UPDATED: January 31, 2019 15:23 IST Rishabh Pant fell for 7 while KL Rahul was dismissed for a duck in India A’s vs England Lions (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIndia ‘A’ were bowled out for 121 against England Lions in ThiruvananthapuramIndian national team were dismissed for just 92 against New Zealand in HamiltonIndia lost to New Zealand by 8 wickets, their worst margin of defeat in terms of ballsThe last last day of the first month of 2019 has not been kind to Indian batsmen or Indian batting in general. The Indian national team were bowled out for their lowest total in ODIs in New Zealand as Trent Boult wrecked havoc in Hamilton. Back home, in Thiruvananthapuram, India ‘A’ were dismissed for 121 by the England Lions on Wednesday.KL Rahul was bowled by Lewis Gregory for a golden duck, as his return to cricket after the Koffee with Karan controversy took another hit.Rahul’s opening partner, Himmat Singh, was dismissed for a paltry 3 runs as skipper Ankit Bawne was too sent back for a duck.Rishabh Pant, who was too was returning to cricket, after a rathr successful tour of Australia, was sent back for just 7 runs from 14 balls by Jamie Overton.If not for some resistance offered by Siddhesh Lad, India were staring down the barrel. All-rounders Deepak Hooda tried to stay put at the crease but it was fellow all-rounder Axar Patel who made fighting 23.Of the Chahar brothers, Deepak made a run-a-ball 21 while Rahul could only mister up eight runs.Young pace sensation Avesh Khan was unbeaten on 6 as India were bowled out by the all-round English bowling performance.Incidentally it was the pair of Rahul and Pant who had seen India through to a comfortable 6-wicket win in the 4th unofficial ODI on Tuesday.Ben Duckett, with an unbeaten 70, was the star of the tense chase from England Lions as they got home in the 31st over with 1 wicket to spare.advertisementRahul and Deepak Chahar picked up 3 wickets each as Axar Patel took two.But it wasn’t enough to restrict the England Lions as they ended the five-match unofficial ODI series at 1-4 with a consolation win.A thumping 8-wicket win for New Zealand in the 4th ODI. Series 3-1 with one final ODI left to play #NZvIND pic.twitter.com/quqQzhUDJaBCCI (@BCCI) January 31, 2019In Hamilton, Rohit Sharma-led Team India succumbed to their seventh lowest ODI total and lowest ever in New Zealand. It was also India’s second lowest total in ODIs against New Zealand, having somehow managed to surpass the 88 scored at Dambulla.Indian middle oder batsmen, Ambati Rayudu and Dinesh Karthik were dismissed by Colin de Grandhomme for ducks, as Rohit made 7, debutant Shubman Gill made 9 and Kedar Yadav scored 1.Only four Indian batsmen — Shikhar Dhawan (13), Hardik Pandya (16), Kuldeep Yadav (15) and Yuzvendra Chahal (18 not out) — posted double digit scores.While chasing, New Zealand completed the formalities in 14.4 overs with eight wickets in hand. India, in turn, suffered their heaviest defeat while defending a total as the the hosts won with 212 balls to spare.Also Read | Rohit Sharma on 4th ODI defeat: One of our worst batting performances in a long timeAlso Read | Shubman Gill was nervous on debut but he has a future with India: Sunil GavaskarFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Tags :Follow Rishabh PantFollow KL RahulFollow India A vs England LionsFollow India AFollow England LionsFollow India vs New ZealandFollow IndiaFollow New Zealand Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul fail after India collapse to heavy defeat in New ZealandRishabh Pant fell for 7 while KL Rahul was dismissed for a duck in India A’s match England Lions. Earlier in a day the Indian national team crashed to 92 all out in the 4th ODI against New Zealand in Hamilton.advertisementlast_img read more

Effective dust control in largescale mine conveying

first_imgSandvik’s HX410 electrostatic dust suppression system will take on the challenge of transfer point dust suppression for RWE Power in Germany. The customer will evaluate the HX410 on a conveyor that transports lignite and overburden in the Garzweiler open-pit mine. The conveyor has a capacity up to 37,500 t/h at a belt speed of 7.5 m/s (25 ft/s) and a belt width of 2,800 mm.Until now, RWE Power AG has used primarily water-sprinklers to reduce the dust to acceptable levels. At a transfer point, RWE Power cannot use water because of the coal-online analysis system installed there. One double HX410 will be installed on the upstream conveyor and a second double HX410 on the downstream conveyor. As the Sandvik HX410 has already proven its effectiveness and reliability in more than 200 applications, RWE Power decided to give it a chance to prove its abilities in the most demanding environment.The system is ionisation-based and has been designed to bind dust where it is formed. It is a simple system with very low operating and maintenance costs, offering many benefits in comparison to conventional ‘suction-through-filter’ or water-based systems. It is suitable for retrofits or installations on new conveyor systems. The HX410 ensures that chutes, loading points and transfer points don’t generate unacceptable dust emissions. Without proper dust control, each transfer point could generate more air-borne dust that eventually spreads all over the conveyor area. In most applications, a single HX410 is installed right after the chute on top of the belt.Basically there are two different standard sizes available. The first is for belt widths 400 to 650 mm and the second for belt widths 800 to 1,400 mm. For wider belts, custom-made constructions can be offered by Sandvik. The power requirement for a standard system is below 500 W and maintenance time is less than 1 hour/month. The system picks up particles in the range of 0.01 to 100 µm. The efficiency for an average particle size of 5 µm is always above 90%.last_img read more