Powtech '83 Particle Technology - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080287850, 9781483147314

Powtech '83 Particle Technology

1st Edition

Event No. 280 of the EFCE

Authors: Unknown Author
eBook ISBN: 9781483147314
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1983
Page Count: 456
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Powtech '83: Particle Technology focuses on the techniques and processes involved in the handling and processing of powders and other related products. The book presents studies that show the composition, characteristics, value, and strength of materials when subjected to different conditions in different environments. Divided into five parts with 32 chapters, the book features the work of contributors who have conducted research on the composition and chemical processes involved in particle technology. The pieces that are presented feature experiments and tests conducted on different materials, such as coal and liquids. These experiments are supported by lengthy discussions coupled with numerical representation to validate the claims of authors in their respective concerns. Although the authors have their own topics to cover, they will manage to capture the interest of physicists, chemists, and mechanical and civil engineers who are interested in particle technology. Taking into consideration the value of information presented in the book, these professionals will find the book a reliable source of data in their profession and in their studies.

Table of Contents

Particle Formation

1. Characterization of Mechanical Strength of Coal Particles 2. Recent Advances in Fluid Energy Grinding 3. Modeling of Product Particle Size Distributions from Formation Processes 4. Extrusion of Methanol-Grown Yeast Single-Cell Protein (YSCP) 5. Production of Metal and Metal Alloy Powders by Electrodeposition 6. Aggregation of Colloidal Particles in High Magnetic Fields

Particle Science

7. The Kinetics of Displacement Dewatering in Filter Cakes: An Analytical Approach 8. The Kinetics of Solid State Transformations in Powder Samples 9. Relationships between Tensile Strength of Compacts and Surface Topography 10. On-line Particle Size Analysis: A Problem? 11. Mechanism of Sieving: Effect of Particle Size and Shape 12. Strain Induced Percolation 13. The Mixing of Small Quantities of Viscous Liquids with Absorbent Particulate Solids 14. The Limiting Mixture Quality Values for an Agglomerating Particulate Mixture See Also Paper 29 and 31

Particle Technology

15. Industrial Explosion Protection 16. Towards a Standard on Explosion Venting 17. Salt Particle Dynamics in a High Temperature Combustion Process for Waste Waters 18. Maximum Wall-to-Bed Heat Transfer in Fluidized Beds 19. The Fluid Bed Incineration of the Waste Red Liquor from the ROF 20. Some Image Processing Techniques in Particle Technology 21. Microcomputers in On-Line Particle Measurements 22. Experimental and Theoretical Studies of Cyclone Separator Aerodynamics See Also Paper 32

Conveying and Conveyors

23. Discharge of Finest-Grained Products from Storage and Conveying Bins 24. Reclaim Power for Coal Bunkers 25. Flow Pattern of Bulk Solids in Flat Bottomed Model Bins 26. Mechanical Conveying for Reclaimer and Blending Bed Technology 27. En-Masse Handling and Storage in the Process Industries 28. Feeder U


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