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Advanced Granulation Theory at Particle Level

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Advanced Granulation Theory at Particle Level
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN/ASIN: 8776811719
Number of pages: 62

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In many types of biochemical and pharmaceutical industries fluid bed granulation in the form of agglomeration and coating processes are essential unit operations in the production of solid products. In order to fully understand the underlying mechanisms behind the numerous phenomena taking place during granulation, it is necessary to study the particle-level phenomena. This is the topic for the present text where relevant models and theory are presented.

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