CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2007. — 499 p. Particulate, or powder technology is a fundamental engineering field that deals with a variety of particles, from submicroscale grains and aggregates to multi-phase colloids. The applications of powders and particles are rapidly expanding into more diverse technologies, from the information market—including mobile phones, copy machines, and electronic displays—to pharmaceuticals, biology, cosmetics, food and agricultural science, chemicals, metallurgy, mining, mechanical engineering, and many other fundamental engineering fields. Fueling some of the latest developments, nanoparticles are the focus of promising research leading to more effective applications of various particles and powders. Drawing from the third edition of the renowned Powder Technology Handbook, this book is solely focused on analyzing the fundamental properties and behavior of particles and powder beds. This individual volume allows the reader to concentrate on the most useful analytical methods for observing, measuring, modeling, and predicting them. Substantially revised, updated, and expanded, this volume highlights new information and developments from areas including surface properties and analysis, particle motion in fluids, mechanical properties of a powder bed, and the design and formation of composite particles. While the book consolidates some sections from the last edition, it also incorporates the innovative work and vision of new, young authors to present a broader and fully up-to-date representation of the technologies. This volume will serve as a strong guide for understanding particle and powder behavior and encourage readers to apply the techniques, as well as the knowledge, to their future research and applications, particularly for scientists studying nanoparticles.
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