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The role of turbulence in unit operations of particle technology

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There are more or less developed turbulent flow conditions in many unit operations of particle technology. In this case, macroturbulence influences the transport phenomena of the particles, and microturbulence controls the stresses acting on particles and aggregates as well as the collisions between particles. Consequently, these conditions have to be taken into consideration for modeling and optimization. The results of corresponding approaches are demonstrated taking wet classification and flocculation as examples.

Affiliations: 1: WB Mechanische Verfahrenstechnik und Aufbereitungstechnik, Bergakademie Freiberg, 9200 Freiberg, Germany; 2: Forschungsinstitut fiir Aufbereitung, 9200 Freiberg, Germany


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