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October 1, 2007
Throughout the +100-year history of the chemical engineering profession, there have been numerous examples of a single individual making a breakthrough discovery or contributing a key theory to the field. The awareness of such “single-handed” contributions, however, has certainly diminished in recent years. An increasing proportion of research, even at the academic level, is sponsored by...
http://www.che.com/processing_and_handling/solids_handling/testing_and_modeling/Honoring-a-bulk-solids-pioneer_3396.html
April 1, 2007
    Modeling the behavior of bulk solids has been a longstanding challenge for researchers and practitioners alike. The differences between fluids, rigid solids and bulk solids can best be illustrated by their responses to applied stress. For instance, when an external stress is applied to a fluid, it is transmitted equally in all directions. The response of a rigid solid (such as a metal bar) to...
http://www.che.com/processing_and_handling/solids_handling/testing_and_modeling/Modeling-Granular-Flow-Using-Discrete-Element-Method-From-Theory-to-Practice_3344.html
May 1, 2006
    Accurate prediction of particulate-solids flow behavior during storage and feeding has eluded all but the most experienced solids handling experts. Often the process engineer is faced with the awkward task of making sense of bulk behavior. A powder sample held in a jar may appear to be free flowing, but hammer rash — jargon for the practice of hitting hoppers with pipes to dislodge...
http://www.che.com/processing_and_handling/solids_handling/testing_and_modeling/Predicting-Powder-Flow-Behavior-A-New-Approach_2777.html
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