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Mixing and Dispersion Processes: From Fundamentals To Applications

  • 11 July 2018 - 12 July 2018
  • Various times
  • RT037*, Sir Frank Gibb Building

About this event

These sessions will cover multiphase mixing and dispersion processes - liquid-liquid dispersions and emulsification, powder incorporation and deagglomeration, reactive mixing- performed using energy-intensive process devices. 

Particular emphasis will be on rotor-stators whilst references will also be made to a range of process equipment, such as stirred tanks, stirred bead mills and ultrasonicators.

The programme consists of a range of lectures giving an overview of the different processes and devices, fundamental aspects, techniques- experimental and numerical - and applications relating to energy-intensive processes. 
The event also includes workshop sessions, during which the audience will be invited to take part in discussions, share specific points of joint interest or consult the speakers. 
It is anticipated that there will be ample opportunities for further interactions and networking during the breaks. A brief tour of selected laboratories of the Chemical Engineering will also run in parallel to the workshop session in small groups. 
The times for the event are as follows:
Wednesday 11 July - 1pm-5pm
Thursday 12 July - 9am-12:45pm

Contact and booking details

Dr Nerime Gül Özcan-Taşkın
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FREE staff and students/ Various delegate rates
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