19 Characterization and Measurement In Powder Processing

Monday, October 29, 2012: 8:30 AM
Oakmont (Omni )
Products consisting of, or constituted from, processed particulate solids are important in many major economic sectors including the food, pharmaceutical, agricultural and chemical industries. Product quality can be heavily influenced by the extent to which the manufacturing process itself can be controlled and monitored, and the extent to which the properties (and quality) of the feedstocks and intermediaries can be measured and characterized. In this session, our principal focus is engineered particulates – particulate solids engineered to have particular functionality and properties. Papers addressing measurement and characterization, in-line, on-line and off-line are encouraged, and papers on novel approaches to measurement and instrumentation are particularly welcome. We also encourage case studies and investigations evaluating emerging technologies.

Solids Flow, Handling and Processing
Particle Production and Characterization (03a)

Clive E. Davies
Email: C.Davies@massey.ac.nz

Mehrdad Kheiripour Langroudi
Email: mkheiripour@gc.cuny.edu

8:30 AM
(19a) Hopper Design for Binary Mixtures
Ben Freireich, Karl Jacob, Madhusudhan Kodam and Defne Kayrak-Talay

8:50 AM
(19b) Relationships Between Particle Properties of Fine Powders and Flow Properties Under Low Compaction Stresses
Horng Yuan Saw, Clive E. Davies, Guillaume Brisson, Anthony (Tony) H.J. Paterson and James Jones

9:10 AM
(19c) Investigating the Effects of Particle and Bulk Powder Properties On Microwave Sensor Measurements
John S. Austin III, Sip C Liew, Ryan McDonnell, Pei-Fang Sung and Michael T. Harris

9:50 AM
(19e) The Modified Drucker-Prager/Cap Properties of Pharmaceutical Powder Blends: The Influence of MgSt and Acetaminophen Concentrations
Shrikant Swaminathan, Ariel Muliadi, Petrus Geldenhuis, Andrew S Yuk, Carl R. Wassgren and James D. Litster
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