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Hydrodynamic Modelling and Granular Dynamics

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Hydrodynamic Modelling and Granular Dynamics
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN/ASIN: 8776811727
Number of pages: 42

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In the field of particle technology hydrodynamic modelling in the form of CFD or DEM is an area with increasing focus in terms of modelling approach to granulation processes. This text provides a beginners guide to hydrodynamic modelling with focus on agglomeration processes. The basic terms and principles are introduced including Eulerian and Langrangian models. Thus, you will be familiar with the basic principles and theory within this interesting field on a bachelor or master-of-science level.

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