This file was created by the TYPO3 extension bib --- Timezone: CET Creation date: 2021-02-12 Creation time: 13-09-29 --- Number of references 23 article BartschJP2019 Simulations of an ASA Flow Crystallizer with a Coupled Stochastic-Deterministic Approach Comp.& Chem. Engrg. 2019 124 350-363 C.Bartsch V.John R.Patterson article LondershausenVPS2018 Einfluss von Mahlhilfsmitteln auf die Staubungsneigung Chemie Ingenieur Technik 2018 T.Londershausen K.Vaupel P.Prizwara E.Schmidt article BartschJP2018 A new mixed stochastic-deterministic simulation approach to particle populations in fluid flows PBM 2018, Ghent Belgium 2018 C.Bartsch V.John R:I:A:Patterson article Kovacevic2016b Disorientation Angle Distribution of Primary Particles in Potash Alum Aggregates Journal of Crystal Growth 2017 T.Kovačević V.Wiedmeyer J.Schock A.Voigt F.Pfeiffer K.Sundmacher H.Briesen article Bueck2016 Influence of operation parameters on process stability in continuous fluidised bed layering with external product classification Powder Technology 2016 300 37 - 45 Abstract Several studies—theoretical and experimental—show that continuous fluidised bed layering granulation with external classification can show instability in the form of self-sustained oscillations. Recent results show that the process stability does not only depend on product-related process parameters but also on the formation of functional zones in the fluidised bed chamber, especially the formation of a spray and drying zone. In this work a systematic evaluation of zone formation in different apparatus designs (e.g., top- and bottom-spray in cylindrical apparatuses) and its influence on process stability is performed, resulting in a stability regime map for the different apparatus designs and key operation parameters. 7th International Granulation Workshop 2015: Granulation across the length scales Layering, Fluidised bed, Process stability, External classification, Bifurcation analysis A3 // 0032-5910 A.Bück C.Neugebauer K.Meyer S.Palis E.Diez A.Kienle S.Heinrich E.Tsotsas article Neugebauer2016 A dynamic two-zone model of continuous fluidized bed layering granulation with internal product classification Particuology 2016 - Abstract A dynamic two-zone model is proposed to address the formation of granulation and drying zones in fluidized bed layering granulation processes with internal product classification. The model assumes a constant volume for the granulation zone, but a variable overall volume for the fluidized bed to account for classified product removal. The model is used to study the effect of various process parameters on dynamics and process stability. Stability is shown to depend on the separation diameter of product removal and the flow rate of the injected liquid. A lower and upper range of separation diameters with stable process behavior are found. In an intermediate range instability in the form of self-sustained oscillations is observed. The lower stability boundary is in qualitative agreement with recent experimental observations (Schmidt, Bück, &amp; Tsotsas, 2015); the upper boundary was reported in a theoretical paper by Vreman, Van Lare, and Hounslow (2009) based on a single zone model. Layering granulation, Zone formation, Internal product classification, Population balance modeling, Stability analysis A3 // 1674-2001 C.Neugebauer S.Palis A.Bück E.Tsotsas S.Heinrich A.Kienle article Kovacevic2016 Shape Identification of Primary Particles in Potash Alum Aggregates Using Three-Dimensional Tomography Data Cryst. Growth Des. 2016 16 5 2685-2699 10.1021/acs.cgd.5b01806 TijanaKovačević JonathanSchock FranzPfeiffer HeikoBriesen article Haderlein2015 FIMOR: An Efficient Simulation for ZnO Quantum Dot Ripening Applied to the Optimization of Nanoparticle Synthesis Chemical Engineering Journal 2015 260 706-715 M.Haderlein D.Segets M.Gröschel L.Pflug G.Leugering W.Peukert article Dreyschultze2015 Influence of zone formation on stability of continuous fluidized bed layering granulation with external product classification Particuology 2015 23 1 - 7 Abstract Continuous fluidized bed layering granulation with external product classification and a sieve-mill cycle can show instability in the form of self-sustained nonlinear oscillations of the particle size distribution. In the present study, the stability and bifurcation analysis of this process is presented. The underlying process models explicitly account for compartmentalization of the fluidized bed into a granulation and a drying zone, which is an important feature of many technical processes. Implications for plant operations are discussed with the help of stability diagrams as a function of zone size, residence time within different zones, the addition of external seeds and particular properties of the sieve-mill cycle. Fluidized bed, Granulation, Population balance, Stability, Bifurcation A3 // 1674-2001 C.Dreyschultze C.Neugebauer S.Palis A.Bück E.Tsotsas S.Heinrich A.Kienle article Palis2015 Auto-tuning Control Systems for Improved Operation of Continuous Fluidized Bed Spray Granulation Processes with External Product Classification Procedia Engineering 2015 102 133 - 141 Abstract In this contribution control of continuous fluidized bed spray granulation processes with external product classification is studied. From a practical point of view control schemes being easy to implement and maintain using standard process control systems are preferable. Hence, the focus will be on standard <prt>PI</prt> control structures. In order to account for variations and uncertainties in the process an additional tuning procedure should be included. Here, an optimization based online controller adaptation scheme called iterative feedback tuning (ITF) will be investigated. New Paradigm of Particle Science and Technology Proceedings of The 7th World Congress on Particle Technology fluidized bed spray granulation, control, auto-tuning; A3 // 1877-7058 StefanPalis ChristianDreyschultze ChristophNeugebauer AchimKienle article Feinauer2015 <prt>Structural characterization of particle systems using spherical harmonics</prt> Materials Characterization 2015 106 123--133 10.1016/j.matchar.2015.05.023 J.Feinauer A.Spettl I.Manke S.Strege A.Kwade A.Pott V.Schmidt inproceedings Neugebauer2016a Influence of mill characteristics on stability of continuous layering granulation with external product classification 2016 38 1275-1280 A3 Computer Aided Chemical Engineering CNeugebauer SPalis ABück EDiez SHeinrich ETsotsas AKienle inproceedings Neugebauer2016b Control of multi-chamber continuous fluidized bed spray granulation 2016 A3 Proceedings of the International Congress on Particle Technology (PARTEC), April 19-21, Nürnberg CNeugebauer SPalis ABück SHeinrich ETsotsas AKienle inproceedings Bueck Influence of operation parameters on process stability in continuous fluidized bed layering with external product classification A3
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