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By Wolfgang Pietsch

ISBN-10: 3527303693

ISBN-13: 9783527303694

Agglomeration is crucial to the approaches of amendment of powders, creation of composites and construction of latest fabrics that are required in prescription drugs, meals, chemical substances, fertilizers and agrochemicals, minerals, ceramics, metallurgy and all fabric generating industries. The binding mechanisms and the particle habit in addition to the features of the strategies and the ensuing agglomerates are an identical whether or not they are occuring within the 'ultra-clean' pharmaceutical or nutrition industries or in 'dirty' minerals or waste processing plants.

The publication introduces the interdisciplinary method of the advance of latest recommendations and the answer of difficulties. it's a whole and up to date functional advisor describing many of the agglomeration phenomena and business ideas for measurement growth. as well as introducing the homes of agglomerates and the features of different equipment, descriptions of the equipment and discussions of particular gear beneficial properties are the most topics.

The distinctive evaluate of the topic relies at the authors adventure as pupil, researcher, instructor, developer, fashion designer, seller, and consumer in addition to specialist and advisor within the box of agglomeration, its applied sciences and items, and is complemented through the knowledge of co-workers who're lively in particular components and data from owners. it's meant for everyone operating in industries that strategy and deal with particulate solids because it goals to aid comprehend and keep an eye on undesirable agglomeration in addition to use, increase, and enhance equipment for the helpful measurement growth by way of agglomeration.

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12), but also in other, by the public less well known applications, materials with specific, predetermined, and controlled properties are formulated from particulate ingredients and then agglomerated to yield consumer products that feature desirable characteristics. For example, convenience foods can be easily and quickly used such as “instant” soups, sauces, and drinks or products that were recombined from fine, ground food stuffs, contain already the correct amount of spices as well as other aromas, and, after preparation, feature a texture and taste that pleases the palate.

4). 1 The Development of Strength of Agglomerates Fig. 4d depicts the action of solid bridges or forces at the coordination points of a particle with other particles surrounding it in the agglomerate structure. Coordination points are points of contact with other particles and near points, areas of the particle surface which are so close to a neighboring particle surface that significant adhesion forces act or bridges can form. 1). Typical examples of agglomerates bonded in this manner are “natural” aggregates of very fine particles which are held together by molecular forces or agglomerates with solid bridges at the coordination points which have formed during drying of originally wet agglomerates by recrystallizing materials which had been dissolved in the liquid.

I 39 40 I 5 Agglomeration Theories Fig. 11 Model depicting the true situation at a coordination point between two particles. Roughness exists on all real particles. a9: is the representative distance between the particles. Then, van-der-Waals forces arise because of the electric polarization induced in each of the particles by the presence of the other ones. 1 eV and decrease with the sixth power of the distance between the partners. The maximum range of the van-der-Waals interaction is in the order of 100 n m which, compared to chemical bonds (valence forces), is large.

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