Particle Strength in Particle Formation Processes | AIChE

Particle Strength in Particle Formation Processes


The strength of particles and particle agglomerates typically depends on process conditions within a particle-formation or handling process. Conversely, the efficiency and control of a process may depend on the strength of particles within the process. Process examples include crystallization, agglomeration, extrusion/spheronization, compaction, conveying, etc. This session invites papers covering the characterization and modeling of particle strength especially in relation to inferred characterization and structure evolution within a process environment. Investigations of the relationships between in-process stress fields and resultant strength of the product particles or granules are encouraged. All material classes are welcome.



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