3 edition of Theory of particulate processes found in the catalog.
Theory of particulate processes
Alan D. Randolph
Bibliography: p. 237-241.
|Statement||[by] Alan D. Randolph [and] Maurice A. Larson.|
|Contributions||Larson, Maurice A., 1927- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TP156.C7 R3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 251 p.|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||76159626|
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Theory of Particulate Processes: Analysis and Techniques of Continuous Crystallization describes the complexity of crystal size distribution (CSD), secondary nucleation, and growth mechanisms. This book is divided into 10 chapters that present a generalization from CSD studies as a unified predictive theory of particulate systems.
Theory of Particulate Processes: Analysis and Techniques of Continuous Crystallization Paperback – January 1, Find all the books, read about the author, and by: Theory of Particulate Processes: Analysis and Techniques of Continuous Crystallization describes the complexity of crystal size distribution (CSD), secondary nucleation, and growth mechanisms.
This book is divided into 10 chapters that present a generalization from CSD studies as a unified predictive theory of particulate Edition: 1. Theory of Particulate Processes: Analysis and Techniques of Continuous Crystallization, Second Edition covers the numerous population balance-based particulate studies.
This edition emerged from the notes for an industrial short course on crystallization. Theory of Particulate Processes: Analysis and Techniques of Continuous Crystallization describes the complexity of crystal size distribution (CSD), secondary nucleation, and growth mechanisms.
This. Description. Theory of Particulate Processes: Analysis and Techniques of Continuous Crystallization, Second Edition covers the numerous population balance-based particulate studies. This edition emerged from the notes for an industrial short course on crystallization.
This book Book Edition: 2. THEORY OF PARTICULATE PROCESSES. ANALYSIS AND TECHNIQUES OF CONTINUOUS CRYSTALLIZATION RANDOLPH, Allan D.
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Randolph, Maurice A. Larson Academic Press, - Science - pages. Theory of Particulate Processes: Analysis and Techniques of Continuous Crystallization. Randolph, Alan D. Published by Academic Press Inc () ISBN. Theory of Particulate Processes: Analysis and Techniques of Continuous Crystallization, Second Edition covers the numerous population balance-based particulate studies.
About this book. Introduction. Particulate processes are characterized by the co-presence of a contin uous phase and a dispersed (particulate) phase, and are widely used in industry for the manufacturing of many high-value products.
We discuss a general model in which particles form in the gas phase and grow through mass-adding surface reactions, condensation, and coagulation.
They shrink or reshape by sintering and Author: Markus Kraft. Introduction. Processes involving particulate materials are of great importance in chemical, food and pharmaceutical industries. They may be for example used to extract the final product from a liquid solution or as a purification step.
Abstract This paper provides a discussion of the existing results on control of particulate processes using population balance models and presents an overview of future research directions in this field in the context of chemical, materials and biological process systems. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Randolph, Alan D., Theory of particulate processes.
San Diego: Academic Press, © (OCoLC) Theory of particulate processes. New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alan D Randolph; Maurice A Larson.
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XXIX. Freidlin-Wentzel theory 77 XXX. Exercises 77 XXXI. Reference books 79 I. INTRODUCTION What follows is a fast and brief introduction to Markov processes.
These are a class of stochastic processes with minimal memory: the update of the system’s state is function only of the present state, and not of its Size: KB. Sedimentation Processes Introduction. Sedimentation is the process of allowing particles in suspension in water to settle out of the suspension under the effect of gravity.
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the evolution of the universe. The four key observational successes of the model are: The Expansion of the Universe Nucleosynthesis of the light elements Origin of the cosmic background radiation Formation of galaxies and large-scale structure The Big Bang model makes accurate and scientifically testable hypotheses in each of these.called the particulate theory; inheritance involves the reshuffling of the same genes from generation to generation testcross cross between an individual with a dominant phenotype and a n individual with a recessive phenotype to determine where the dominant individual is homozygous or heterozygous.Gregor Mendel: "father of genetics" Blending Theory of Inheritance - offspring of two parents "blend" the traits of both parents Particulate Theory of Inheritance - traits are inherited as "particles", offspring receive a "particle" from each parent.
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