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19 September 2012

Foam Engineering - Fundamentals and Applications

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Foam Engineering - Fundamentals and Applications

Foam Engineering - Fundamentals and Applications
English | ISBN: 0470660805 | 2012 | 548 pages | PDF | 8,3 MB

Foam is a gas-liquid multiphase mixture that has several unique properties, such as high specific surface area and high expansion ratio. These properties can be harnessed in a wide variety of process applications and products such and froth flotation, fire-fighting and bread manufacture.
Divided into two sections, the chapters describe first the physical nature or behaviour of gas-liquid foam, and then process or product applications of foam. It includes coverage of:
Foam morphology in two- and three- dimensions
Foam drainage
Changes in bubble size by coalescence and ripening
Foam rheology
Pneumatic and particle-stabilised foams
Froth phase phenomena in mineral flotation and oil sand processing
Foams for enhanced mass transfer in fermentation processes
Foams in glass manufacturing, enhanced oil recovering, fire-fighting and consumer products
Linking the theory of foam science to industrial applications, Foam Engineering: Fundamentals and Applications summarises the state-of-the art of gas-liquid foam knowledge written by research leaders from academia and industry, and provides an accessible resource for those with an academic or practical interest in foam alike.

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