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Chemical and Process Engineering Resources

ChE Links from Dr. Bernhard Spang

Particle Technology

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Aerosol Calculator Program

Excel spreadsheet by Paul Baron with equations for calculating aerosol parameters such as particle Reynolds number, settling velocity, droplet evaporation time, and many, many others.

http://cires.colorado.edu/jimenez-group/Reference/aerocalc.zip




Guide Tour for Granular Dynamics

From Y.-H. Taguchi, mixing, flow, vibration, fluidization for beginners.

http://www.granular.com/POWDER/tour.html




International Sieve Chart

From Reade Advanced Materials, a table comparing various sieve standards (ASTM, JIS, BSI, AFNOR, DIN, Tyler®, particle diameter, mesh).

http://www.reade.com/Sieve/international_sieve.html




Quick Tutorial of Sedimentation

Theory, settling velocity, concentration effects, equipment, and a book list.

http://www.rpi.edu/dept/chem-eng/Biotech-Environ/SEDIMENT/sediment.html




Solid-Liquid Separation

Review of equipment for solid-liquid separation such as vacuum and pressure filters, filtering and sedimenting centrifuges, thickeners, and clarifiers.

http://www.solidliquid-separation.com/




Units for Particulate Measurement

From Reade Advanced Materials, definitions of important quantities and units.

http://www.reade.com/Sieve/units_of_measurement.html




Ten Key Steps for Reliable Pneumatic Conveying

A guide to industrial powder handling by Lyn Bates, Ajax Equipment Limited.

http://www.ajax.co.uk/pneu.htm




Educational Resources for Particle Technology

Public service of the AIChE Particle Technology Forum, provides on-line, free-of-charge tutorials in particle technology as well as links to other instructional websites and to non-Web instructional resources.

http://www.erpt.org/