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Handbook of Powder Science & Technology

  • Editors
  • Muhammad E. Fayed
  • Lambert Otten

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Brian H. Kaye
    Pages 1-34
  3. Brian H. Kaye
    Pages 35-52
  4. Francis A. L. Dullien
    Pages 53-95
  5. A. W. Roberts
    Pages 146-201
  6. Wolfgang Pietsch
    Pages 202-377
  7. Mark Jones
    Pages 378-388
  8. Fred M. Thomson
    Pages 389-486
  9. Frederick A. Zenz
    Pages 487-531
  10. Norman Epstein, John R. Grace
    Pages 532-567
  11. Brian H. Kaye
    Pages 568-585
  12. L. G. Austin, O. Trass
    Pages 586-634
  13. Wu Chen, Keith J. Scott
    Pages 635-682
  14. Larry Avery
    Pages 683-726
  15. David Leith, Donna Lee Jones
    Pages 727-752
  16. Gabriel I. Tardos
    Pages 771-780
  17. Frederick A. Zenz
    Pages 781-802
  18. Douglas W. Cooper
    Pages 803-844
  19. B. H. Kaye
    Pages 869-882
  20. Back Matter
    Pages 883-898

About this book

Introduction

Since the publication of the first edition of Canada, and Australia have increased teach­ Handbook of Powder Science and Technology, ing, research, and training activities in areas the field of powder science and technology has related to particle science and technology. gained broader recognition and its various ar­ In addition, it is worth mentioning the many eas of interest have become more defined and books and monographs that have been pub­ focused. Research and application activities lished on specific areas of particle, powder, related to particle technology have increased and particle fluid by professional publishers, globally in academia, industry, and research technical societies and university presses. Also, institutions. During the last decade, many to date, there are many career development groups, with various scientific, technical, and courses given by specialists and universities on engineering backgrounds have been founded various facets of powder science and technol­ to study, apply, and promote interest in areas ogy.

Keywords

development Explosion filtration liquid processing vibration

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