- Author:D. Chulia,M. Deleuil,Y. Pourcelot
- Publisher:Elsevier Science (December 15, 1993)
- Pages:557 pages
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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Handbook of Powder Technology.
Handbook of Powder Technology. Part 1 Background to pharmaceutical engineering: sampling, M. Deleuil; physico-chemical transformations of powders, M. Soustelle; structure and texture of solids, G. Thomas; surface-activity of water, J. Yvon et al; particle and powder dynamics, M. Deleuil et al; motion, heat and mass transfers, C. Laguerie.
pharmaceutical, cosmetics, chemical. This represents 60-70% of the processes. D. Chulia, M. Deleuil, Y. Pourcelot, Elsevier-Amsterdam, 1994, vol. 9, p. 288. 2) Handbook of powder technology, Ed. Pourcelot, Elsevier- Amsterdam, 1994, vol. 18/01/07 3. 18/01/07.
Powder Technology is an International Journal on the Science and Technology of Wet and Dry Particulate . Particle-particle interactions and suspension rheology. Handling and processing operations such as slurry flow, fluidization, pneumatic conveying.
Powder Technology is an International Journal on the Science and Technology of Wet and Dry Particulate Systems. Powder Technology publishes papers on all aspects of the formation of particles and their characterisation and on the study of systems containing particulate solids. Interactions between particles and their environment, including delivery of particulate products to the body.
Get a full overview of Handbook of Powder Technology Book Series. Particle breakage is an important process within a wide range of solids processing industries, including pharmaceuticals, food, agricultural and mining. Most recent Volume: Particle Breakage. Breakage of particles can be defined as intentional and unintentional, depending on whether it is desired or not. Through understanding of the science and underlying mechanisms behind this phenomenon, particle breakage can be either minimised or encouraged within an efficient and effective process.
Powder technology and pharmaceutical processes. Dominique Chulia, Michel Deleuil, Y. Pourcelot
Powder technology and pharmaceutical processes. Pourcelot. Deleuil physico-chemical transformations of powders, M. Soustelle structure and texture of solids, G. Thomas surface-activity of water. More).
26 c. SBN: 0442226101 (cover). Subject(s): Particles Powders DDC classification: 62. 3. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Holdings ( 1 ). Title notes.
Soustelle, Handbook of Powder Technology, J. C. Williams and T. Allen, Eds, Vol. 9, Powder Technology and Pharmaceutical Processes, D. Deleuil and Y. Pourcelot, Eds, Elsevier 1994, p. 27. 21. A. K. Galwey, Thermochim. Acta, 355 (2000) 181. CAS. Article.
handbook of powder technology - MAFIADOC. C r o s s. ment in pneumatic conveyors, Proc. handbook of powder technology. Service), Springfield, Virginia 22151. Marble, Dynamics of dusty gases.
Four themes run through the book: 1. The Macro Scale processing for Granulation - including up to date descriptions of. . Mechanistic descriptions of granulation and the different rate processes occurring within the granulator. The Macro Scale processing for Granulation - including up to date descriptions of the methods used for granulation and how they come about and how to monitor - on-line these changes. Mechanistic descriptions of granulation and the different rate processes occurring within the granulator
About twenty operations carried out on divided solids are described, ranging from crystallization to formulation, in a manner intended to be within the grasp of all involved: it is not a book solely for specialists, but offers a multidisciplinary background and a methodological help to progress. The first six chapters are devoted to theoretical aspects of thermodynamics, kinetics, characterization and sampling of powder in order to clarify the conversions described in the chapters which follow. The remaining nine chapters describe the formation of particles, their drying, granulation, mixing compression and finally dissolution. Specific operations such as dehydration/impregnation, spherical crystallization and the series of operations involved in micro-encapsulation are also treated.
The behavior of particulate materials is of interest to formulation scientists as well as to physical chemists and process engineers. This book offers them a concise and effective account, including their various points of view and highlights the importance of the physical approach. The essential and innovatory interactions between materials and processes are described which are necessary in choosing the correct scale of observation, the appropriate parameters and the right measurements in order to prepare the right material for the expected function, by appropriate formulation and/or process methods.