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It is strongly recommended that the student either take Part I as well, or have a working understanding of the material covered in Part I The scale-up procedure translates a solid-liquid separation from a validated mechanism with characteristic parameters to process equipment that will satisfy an owner's technical and commercial objectives. Scale-up further incorporates experience and adjusted performance due to larger size or practical execution. Essential steps to scale up typical designs are outlined. The implications of scale-up often guide additional testing and recommend complementary process improvements or alternative approaches, such as multiple or fundamentally different separations. Classes of equipment are derived from their fundamental means and efficiency of phase separation, operating characteristics, such as the scale or continuity of feed suspension, and capital expense. Newer, advanced technologies are compared to conventional methods. By understanding the dependence of the separation mechanism on system properties and the suppositions made in scale-up, troubleshooting less than satisfactory performance becomes more productive. Representative case studies, where testing, analysis and scale-up led to implementation, are investigated, and the outcomes compared to estimates.