SOLUTIONS TO CHAPTER 3: MULTIPLE PARTICLE SYSTEMS
A suspension in water of uniformly sized spheres of diameter 100 m and density
1200 kg/m3 has a solids volume fraction of 0.2. The suspension settles to a bed of
solids volume fraction 0.5. (F
SOLUTIONS TO CHAPTER 2: SINGLE PARTICLES IN FLUIDS
The settling chamber, shown schematically in Figure 2.E1.1, is used as a primary
separation device in the removal of dust particles of density 1500 kg/m3 from a gas
of density 0.7 kg/m3 and
SOLUTION TO CHAPTER 4 EXERCISES: SLURRY TRANSPORT
Samples of a phosphate slurry mixture are analyzed in a lab. The following data describe
the relationship between the shear stress and the shear rate:
Shear Rate & ( sec 1 )
SOLUTIONS TO CHAPTER 5: COLLOIDS AND FINE PARTICLES
Colloidal particles may be either dispersed or aggregated.
(a) What causes the difference between these two cases? Answer in terms of interparticle interactions.
(b) Name and describe at le