Type of research: applied Duration from: 01/01/91. to 12/31/94. Papers on project (total): 36
Papers on project quoted in Current Contents: 2
Institution name: Fakultet kemijskog inženjerstva i tehnologije, Zagreb (125) Department/Institute: Department for mechanical and thermal process engineering Address: Marulićev trg 20 City: 10000 - Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: 385 (0)41 452 477
Summary: Selection and successful application of particle size
distribution function. Dependence of particle size distribution on
operation variables during the neutralization process. Rheology of
composite material and properties of filler particle system. Particle sizes
and suspending regimes. Deep bed filtration. Particle size and efficiency
of deep bed filter. Functioning of deep bed filters in presence of
flocculants. The prediction of deep bed filter performances. Scale-up
problems in filtration process. Technoeconomic consideration in reverse
osmotic concentration of seawater. On the skinned cellulose membranes
Keywords: Disperse system characterization, primary properties, macroscopic properties, rheology, solid suspension, deep bed filtration, agglomeration.
Research goals: Description of disperse systems and use of this
description: - to predict particulate system behaviour in a given
geometry during solid suspension in agitated vessel, mechanical and
membrane spearation processes, - to analyse the influence of filler
particle characteristics on rheological properties of composite materials.
Search for pfenomenological laws which control nucleation, aggregation and
agglomeration of small particles. Other information about the project.