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Solid

Solid Author Richard J. Wakeman
ISBN-10 1856174190
Release 2005
Pages 339
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Solid/ fluid separation is a major element in the processes performed in many industries, such as pharmaceutical, food, beverage, water, pulp and paper. Several books now exist on the more esoteric aspects of the techniques, but accounts of the fundamental principles involved are few. In this book, two well-known chemical engineers review the scientific and engineering bases for solid/ fluid separation processes in an approachable style. Coverage is comprehensive, with emphasis being given to fluid dynamics, gravity, centrifugal and membrane separations, filter cake formation, deliquoring and washing. An extensive bibliography allows the reader to pursue topics in greater depth.This book forms part of a five-volume set on all aspects of filtration and separation processes. Another volume currently available from the set is: Wakeman & Tarleton: Solid/ Fluid Separation Processes: Equipment Scale-up for Liquid Filtration. ISBN 185617 4204 * Comprehensive coverage of the scientific and engineering bases for solid/fluid separation processes * Emphasis given to fluid dynamics, gravity, centrifugal and membrane separations, filter cake formation, deliquoring and washing * Includes an extensive bibliography



Solid Liquid Separation Equipment Selection and Process Design

Solid Liquid Separation  Equipment Selection and Process Design Author Steve Tarleton
ISBN-10 0080467172
Release 2006-12-07
Pages 464
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In this volume, the third in a set specifically written for the industrial process and chemical engineer, the authors provide the detailed information on filtration equipment and media which allows the reader to then consider the pre-treatment of suspensions, selection of the most appropriate equipment for the task, data analysis and the subsequent design of the processes involved for particular separations. The result is a comprehensive book which is designed to be used frequently and referred to regularly in order to achieve better industrial separations. Successful industrial-scale separation of solids from liquids requires not only a thorough understanding of the principles involved, but also an appreciation of which equipment to use for best effect, and a start-to-finish plan for the various processes involved in the operation. If these factors are all correct, then successful separations should result. Part of 3-volume set Unique approach to industrial separations Internationally-known authors



Solid Liquid Separation

Solid Liquid Separation Author Ladislav Svarovsky
ISBN-10 9781483162805
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 730
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Solid-Liquid Separation, Third Edition reviews the equipment and principles involved in the separation of solids and liquids from a suspension. Some important aspects of solid-liquid separation such as washing, flotation, membrane separation, and magnetic separation are discussed. This book is comprised of 23 chapters and begins with an overview of solid-liquid separation processes and the principles involved, including flotation, gravity sedimentation, cake filtration, and deep bed filtration. The following chapters focus on the characterization of particles suspended in liquids; the efficiency of separation of particles from fluids; coagulation and flocculation; gravity thickening; and the operating characteristics, optimum design criteria, and applications of hydrocyclones. The reader is also introduced to various solid-liquid separation processes such as centrifugal sedimentation, screening, and filtration, along with the use of filter aids. Countercurrent washing of solids and problems associated with fine particle recycling are also considered. The final chapter is devoted to the thermodynamics of particle-fluid interaction. This monograph will be useful to chemical engineers and process engineers, particularly those in plant operation, plant design, or equipment testing and commissioning. It can also be used as a textbook for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.



Solid Liquid Separation

Solid Liquid Separation Author Stephen Tarleton
ISBN-10 0080551289
Release 2011-04-18
Pages 454
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This book identifies test procedures used within sectors of the solid/liquid separation equipment industry, providing practical explanations for test data and their uses when faced with a new application to assess. With a strong practical emphasis, this book is ideal for use as a reference text for engineers concerned with applications evaluation of equipment or its scale-up. This book forms part of a five-volume set on all aspects of filtration and separation processes. One other volume is currently available from the set: Wakeman & Tarleton: Solid/Liquid Separation: Principles of Industrial Filtration. This book... •Provides guidance on how to tackle practical solid/liquid separation problems in an industrial setting •Shows how to plan, conduct and interpret experiments •Details test procedures, types of tests and how to interpret results when assessing a new application •Strong emphasis on current industrial practice •Provides a practical account which will help lead to the best use of appropriate equipment yielding optimal results ·Provides guidance on how to tackle practical solid/liquid separation problems in an industrial setting ·Shows how to plan, conduct and interpret experiments ·Details test procedures, types of tests and how to interpret results when assessing a new application ·Strong emphasis on current industrial practice ·Provides a practical account which will help lead to the best use of appropriate equipment yielding optimal results



Progress in Filtration and Separation

Progress in Filtration and Separation Author
ISBN-10 9780123983077
Release 2014-10-14
Pages 698
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Progress in Filtration and Separation contains reference content on fundamentals, core principles, technologies, processes, and applications. It gives detailed coverage of the latest technologies and research, models, applications and standards, practical implementations, case studies, best practice, and process selection. Extensive worked examples are included that cover basic calculations through to process design, including the effects of key variables. Techniques and topics covered include pervaporation, electrodialysis, ion exchange, magnetic (LIMS, HIMS, HGMS), ultrasonic, and more. Solves the needs of university based researchers and R&D engineers in industry for high-level overviews of sub-topics within the solid-liquid separation field Provides insight and understanding of new technologies and methods Combines the expertise of several separations experts



Solid

Solid Author Richard J. Wakeman
ISBN-10 1856174204
Release 2005
Pages 339
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This book collects together the test procedures used in different sectors of the solid/ liquid separation equipment industry, identifies the types of tests carried out and what might typically be done with the resulting data when faced with a new application to assess. The procedures described are based on established methods which are determined by industrial practice. The book has a strong practical emphasis and is intended to act as a reference text for engineers concerned with applications evaluation of equipment or its scale-up. This book forms part of a five-volume set on all aspects of filtration and separation processes. One other volume is currently available from the set: Wakeman & Tarleton: Solid/Fluid Separation Processes: Principles of Industrial Filtration. A practical handbook on ways to approach solid/liquid separation problems, applications evaluation of equipment or its scale-up. The book has a strong practical emphasis. Reference text for engineers concerned with applications evaluation of equipment or its scale-up.



Principles of Filtration

Principles of Filtration Author Chi Tien
ISBN-10 9780444563668
Release 2012
Pages 334
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This book covers filtration in various modes of operation for both solid/gas and solid/liquid suspensions. It provides the necessary knowledge and background information to prepare and equip persons who are interested in serious filtration work. It is a useful reference/text for students and practicing engineers. It can also be adopted as an advanced text book for various engineering courses in chemical, environmental, mechanical and metallurgical engineering. The book presents analysis and treatment of filtration processes employing different filter media operating in various modes for both gas/solid and liquid/solid systems. Presents a concise overview of filtration enabling full understanding of the applications as well as theunderlying theoretical foundations Presents filtration techniques in its entirety, i.e. gas/solid and liquid.solid separations and outlines their differences, coverage not found in any of the existing publications Presents rational procedures for analysing experimental data in a clear and easy to understand fashion by students and engineers Includes numerous illustrative examples enabling understanding of the underlying theory and selection of the most suitable solution for the particular application Provides detailed filter parameters (efficiency coefficients) vital in the design of filters Includes problems and solutions at the end of each chapter connecting the theoretical concepts with the practical aspects for engineers Written by the top expert on the subject of filtration



Liquid Filtration

Liquid Filtration Author Nicholas P Cheremisinoff
ISBN-10 9780080510361
Release 1998-08-30
Pages 320
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Liquid Filtration is a state-of-the-art review of liquid filtration in the chemical process and allied industries. Interpretations of the phenomenological observations of the hydrodynamics of filtration are given in the hopes of establishing more theoretical and generalized bases of design methodology. Specific design and selection criteria are reviewed, and typical industrial problems and their solutions are presented. Nicholas Cheremisinoff is known internationally as one of the foremost engineers with Exxon and as the author of numerous books, articles and periodical contributions. Most recently his international consulting role has seen him active the Ukraine, part of the former Soviet Union, where the modernising of these industrial processes has been key. Liquid Filtration is a fundamental unit operation extensively practiced throughout the chemical process, petroleum, and allied industries. It involves the separation, removal, and collection of a discrete phase of matter existing in a dispersed or colloidal state in suspension. This separation is most often performed in the presence of a complex media structure in which physical, physiochemical and/or electrokinetic forces interact. Guide to an essential industrial operation Single reference source for many industries Author has world-wide experience and reputation



Solid Liquid Filtration

Solid Liquid Filtration Author Barry Perlmutter
ISBN-10 9780128030547
Release 2015-02-06
Pages 136
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Practical Guides in Chemical Engineering are a cluster of short texts that each provides a focused introductory view on a single subject. The full library spans the main topics in the chemical process industries that engineering professionals require a basic understanding of. They are ‘pocket publications’ that the professional engineer can easily carry with them or access electronically while working. Each text is highly practical and applied, and presents first principles for engineers who need to get up to speed in a new area fast. The focused facts provided in each guide will help you converse with experts in the field, attempt your own initial troubleshooting, check calculations, and solve rudimentary problems. Solid-Liquid Filtration covers the basic principles and mechanisms of filtration, filtration testing including filter aids and filter media, types of filtration systems, selection of filtration systems and typical operating and troubleshooting approaches. This guide also discusses general applications and tips for process filtration and can be utilized by process engineers as a framework for “idea-generation when analyzing filtration for an operating bottleneck issue or a new process development problem. Practical, short, concise information on the basics will help you get an answer or teach yourself a new topic quickly Supported by industry examples to help you solve a real world problem Single subject volumes provide key facts for professionals



Filters and Filtration Handbook

Filters and Filtration Handbook Author Kenneth S Sutherland
ISBN-10 0080558046
Release 2011-04-18
Pages 520
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Filters are used in most industries, especially the water, sewage, oil, gas, food and beverage, and pharmaceutical industries. The new edition of this established title is an all-encompassing practical account of standard filtration equipment and its applications. Completely revised and rewritten, it is an essential book for the engineer working in a plant situation-who requires guidance and information on what’s available and whether it’s suitable for the job. Co-published with the Institution of Chemical Engineers. Co-published with the Institution of Chemical Engineers. The leading practical engineering guide to filtration techniques, systems and their applications Meets the needs of all key sectors where filtration is a critical process, including chemical processing and manufacture, food, oil and gas, air-conditioning and water A comprehensive sourcebook and reference for plant engineers, process engineers, plant designers, filter media and filtration specialists and equipment specifiers



Solid liquid Filtration

Solid liquid Filtration Author Trevor Sparks
ISBN-10 9780080971148
Release 2012
Pages 208
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Exploring the success factors that combine to deliver this performance. Finding ways to get more from your processes, with examples, case studies and scenarios. Solid-Liquid Filtration is a crucial step in the production of virtually everything in our daily lives, from metals, plastics and pigments through to foods (and crockery) and medicines. Using a practical and applied approach, Trevor Sparks has created a guide that chemical and process engineers can use to help them: Understand how filtration processes affect production processes, production costs, product quality, environmental impact and productivity Optimise process development and project execution, with real examples and supporting software forms and tools. Develop reporting tools to monitor processes, and find ways to get more from processes This book's focus is helping process engineers understand their filtration processes better. Its accessible approach and style make it a valuable resource for anyone working in this sector, regardless of prior knowledge or experience. About the author Trevor Sparks PhD., founder of Filter-Ability Ltd, Ireland, is a consultant within the filtration industry, working for end-users and technology-providers. He has worked in the process industries for 20 years and has focussed on filtration for the last 15 of these. He has previously worked for BHR Group Limited, Larox Oyj (now a part of Outotec), Finland, and as a Marie-Curie Research Fellow at UC RUSAL in Ireland. He is a Member of the Council of the Filtration Society. Several examples and scenarios are provided throughout the book in order to help engineers understand the importance of filtration and the effect that it has on the bottom-line. Covers methods for optimizing processes, include process variable, plus laboratory testing, modeling and process troubleshooting Accompanied by optimization software that enables readers to model and plan optimal filtration processes and set ups for their particular circumstance.



Separation and Purification Technologies in Biorefineries

Separation and Purification Technologies in Biorefineries Author Shri Ramaswamy
ISBN-10 9781118493465
Release 2013-02-04
Pages 608
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Separation and purification processes play a critical role in biorefineries and their optimal selection, design and operation to maximise product yields and improve overall process efficiency. Separations and purifications are necessary for upstream processes as well as in maximising and improving product recovery in downstream processes. These processes account for a significant fraction of the total capital and operating costs and also are highly energy intensive. Consequently, a better understanding of separation and purification processes, current and possible alternative and novel advanced methods is essential for achieving the overall techno-economic feasibility and commercial success of sustainable biorefineries. This book presents a comprehensive overview focused specifically on the present state, future challenges and opportunities for separation and purification methods and technologies in biorefineries. Topics covered include: Equilibrium Separations: Distillation, liquid-liquid extraction and supercritical fluid extraction. Affinity-Based Separations: Adsorption, ion exchange, and simulated moving bed technologies. Membrane Based Separations: Microfiltration, ultrafiltration and diafiltration, nanofiltration, membrane pervaporation, and membrane distillation. Solid-liquid Separations: Conventional filtration and solid-liquid extraction. Hybrid/Integrated Reaction-Separation Systems: Membrane bioreactors, extractive fermentation, reactive distillation and reactive absorption. For each of these processes, the fundamental principles and design aspects are presented, followed by a detailed discussion and specific examples of applications in biorefineries. Each chapter also considers the market needs, industrial challenges, future opportunities, and economic importance of the separation and purification methods. The book concludes with a series of detailed case studies including cellulosic bioethanol production, extraction of algae oil from microalgae, and production of biopolymers. Separation and Purification Technologies in Biorefineries is an essential resource for scientists and engineers, as well as researchers and academics working in the broader conventional and emerging bio-based products industry, including biomaterials, biochemicals, biofuels and bioenergy.



Mathematical Models and Design Methods in Solid Liquid Separation

Mathematical Models and Design Methods in Solid Liquid Separation Author A. Rushton
ISBN-10 9789400950917
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 399
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The separation of finely-divided solids from liquids constitutes an important stage in many industrial processes. Separation of mixtures ranging from highly concentrated slurries to slightly turbid liquids must be effected in circumstances where the solids, liquid or both phases may have value. Separations may be achieved by use of a membrane or filter medium which, positioned in the path of a flowing suspension, will allow passage of the fluid whilst retaining solids on the surface or within the medium. Alternatively the two phases may be separated by sedimentation processes involving gravitational or centrifugal force. In either mode, separation difficulties are sometimes experienced with the result that solid-liquid separation is often a bottleneck in commercial plants. Operational difficulties and plant failures are associated with the random nature of the particles being separated; variations in size, shape, states of aggregation, compressibility, etc. , produce a wide range of problems. Plugging of the filter medium or the collapse of the solids under applied stress lead to slow flowrates of liquid. The colloidal nature of some precipitates makes separation by settling virtually impossible without the use of chemical agents to enhance the size of basic units and to reduce repulsive surface forces. Unit operations such as filtration, comminution, etc. , involve a seemingly bewildering array of machines which makes plant selection a difficult step and reflects the uncer tainties attaching to operations involving the solid )hase. Many types of pressure, vacuum and centrifugal filter are available.



Crystallization Process Systems

Crystallization Process Systems Author Alan G. Jones
ISBN-10 9780750655200
Release 2002
Pages 341
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Crystallization Process Systems gives a clear, concise, balanced and up to date presentation of crystallization and solid-liquid separation of the crystalline product. The information is presented in a coherent, concise and logical sequence based on the fundamentals of particulate crystallization processes as systems. By emphasising the analysis, design and operation of particulate crystallization processes as systems, the reader will be able to make a better judgement about the best, cheapest and most effective production method to use. Crystallization Process Systems gives a wider view and an overview of the subject of crystallization as a whole. It provides an ideal lead-in to more specialized works such as Crystallization and Solid-Liquid Separation - also published by BH. Presents a coherent, concise and logical sequence based on the fundamentals of particulate crystallization processes as systemsEmphasis on the design and optimization of the crystallization processing system



Unit Operations of Particulate Solids

Unit Operations of Particulate Solids Author Enrique Ortega-Rivas
ISBN-10 9781439849095
Release 2016-04-19
Pages 492
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Suitable for practicing engineers and engineers in training, Unit Operations of Particulate Solids: Theory and Practice presents the unit operations in chemical engineering that involve the handling and processing of particulate solids. The first part of the book analyzes primary and secondary properties of particles and particulate systems, focusing on their characterization and the effects on selection and design of silos and conveyors. Covering the main industrial operations of dry solids processing, the second part offers insight into the operation principles of the most important technologies that handle dry solids in bulk. With an emphasis on two-phase and multiphase flow, the final part describes all of the relevant systems in industrial processes that combine two different components of the state of matter as well as technologies for separating phases by purely mechanical means. Through clear explanations of theoretical principles and practical laboratory exercises, this book provides an understanding of the behavior of powders and pulverized systems. It also helps readers develop skills for operating, optimizing, and innovating particle processing technologies and machinery in order to carry out industrial operations, such as centrifugation, filtration, and membrane separations.



Filtration

Filtration Author Richard J. Wakeman
ISBN-10 1856173453
Release 1999
Pages 446
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The aim of this book is to inform engineers about the available equipment options for solid/liquid separation, to put these into classifications so that an engineer can make an informed equipment selection for a particular separations problem, and to present applicable models so that meaningful design and simulation calculations can be carried out. Within this context the role of expert systems and computer simulations are elucidated, with many examples showing the nature of calculations that can be undertaken and their significance. The focus of this book is design and simulation, linking practical aspects of filter selection and design to models that have been proven by industrial practice. An overall aim of this book is to bring closer together and rationalise both practical information and fundamental knowledge. In doing so, the importance of both must be recognised and the synergy that results from a good understanding used to improve design and simulation.



Fibrous Filter Media

Fibrous Filter Media Author Philip Brown
ISBN-10 9780081005828
Release 2017-06-16
Pages 314
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Fibrous Filter Media comprehensively covers the types, manufacture, applications, performance, and modeling of fibrous filter media. Part I introduces the principles of gas and liquid filtration, while Part II presents an overview of the types of fibrous filters, including details of fiber types, fabric construction, and applications. Part III covers a variety of filtration applications in which fibrous assemblies are used, with examples ranging from filtration for improving air quality, to medical filters, to industrial waste-water filtration. Finally, Part III covers the properties and performance of fibrous filters, including chapters on filter performance and simulation. With its expert editors and international team of contributors, this important book provides information on fibrous filters relevant to fiber and textile scientists, and is also ideal for academics and industry professionals working in the field of filtration. Dr. Philip Brown is Sweetenburg Professor of polymer and textile engineering at Clemson University, USA. Dr. Christopher Cox is Professor of mathematical sciences at Clemson University, USA. Systematic and comprehensive coverage of the trends and new technologies being developed in the field of fibrous filter media Focused on the needs of the textiles and filtration industries, with a clear emphasis on applied technology Contains contributions from an international team of authors edited by an expert in the field