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Modelling of particle surface moisture content to estimate growth rate in fluidised bed agglomeration

Frederik Ronsse (UGent) , Jonas Depelchin (UGent) , Mike Vanderroost (UGent) and Jan Pieters (UGent)
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The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of particle surface moisture content on growth rate during agglomeration. In order to establish the relationship between process conditions and particle surface moisture content and temperature (and their spatial distribution in the fluidized bed), the combined population balance and thermodynamic model, as described by Ronsse et al. (2007a,b), was used. Growth kinetics were experimentally verified using 100 mu m glass beads and maltodextrin based aqueous binder solutions, under varying process conditions. Studied process variables included binder concentration, fluidization air temperature, liquid binder feed rate and liquid binder atomisation pressure.
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COMBINED POPULATION BALANCE, COATING PROCESS, GRANULATION, BATCH, Agglomeration, Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer, Fluidisation, Simulation, Surface Moisture

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Ronsse, Frederik, Jonas Depelchin, Mike Vanderroost, and Jan Pieters. 2010. “Modelling of Particle Surface Moisture Content to Estimate Growth Rate in Fluidised Bed Agglomeration.” In FOODSIM’2010 : 6th International Conference on Simulation and Modelling in the Food and Bio-industry, ed. Vasco Cavadez and Daniel Thiel, 112–117. Oostende, Belgium: Eurosis-ETI.
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Ronsse, Frederik, Depelchin, J., Vanderroost, M., & Pieters, J. (2010). Modelling of particle surface moisture content to estimate growth rate in fluidised bed agglomeration. In V. Cavadez & D. Thiel (Eds.), FOODSIM’2010 : 6th international conference on simulation and modelling in the food and bio-industry (pp. 112–117). Presented at the 6th International conference on Simulation and Modelling in the Food and Bio-industry (FOODSIM 2010), Oostende, Belgium: Eurosis-ETI.
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Ronsse F, Depelchin J, Vanderroost M, Pieters J. Modelling of particle surface moisture content to estimate growth rate in fluidised bed agglomeration. In: Cavadez V, Thiel D, editors. FOODSIM’2010 : 6th international conference on simulation and modelling in the food and bio-industry. Oostende, Belgium: Eurosis-ETI; 2010. p. 112–7.
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Ronsse, Frederik, Jonas Depelchin, Mike Vanderroost, et al. “Modelling of Particle Surface Moisture Content to Estimate Growth Rate in Fluidised Bed Agglomeration.” FOODSIM’2010 : 6th International Conference on Simulation and Modelling in the Food and Bio-industry. Ed. Vasco Cavadez & Daniel Thiel. Oostende, Belgium: Eurosis-ETI, 2010. 112–117. Print.
@inproceedings{990325,
  abstract     = {The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of particle surface moisture content on growth rate during agglomeration. In order to establish the relationship between process conditions and particle surface moisture content and temperature (and their spatial distribution in the fluidized bed), the combined population balance and thermodynamic model, as described by Ronsse et al. (2007a,b), was used. Growth kinetics were experimentally verified using 100 mu m glass beads and maltodextrin based aqueous binder solutions, under varying process conditions. Studied process variables included binder concentration, fluidization air temperature, liquid binder feed rate and liquid binder atomisation pressure.},
  author       = {Ronsse, Frederik and Depelchin, Jonas and Vanderroost, Mike and Pieters, Jan},
  booktitle    = {FOODSIM'2010 : 6th international conference on simulation and modelling in the food and bio-industry},
  editor       = {Cavadez, Vasco and Thiel, Daniel},
  isbn         = {9789077381564},
  keyword      = {COMBINED POPULATION BALANCE,COATING PROCESS,GRANULATION,BATCH,Agglomeration,Heat Transfer,Mass Transfer,Fluidisation,Simulation,Surface Moisture},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Bragan\c{c}a, Portugal},
  pages        = {112--117},
  publisher    = {Eurosis-ETI},
  title        = {Modelling of particle surface moisture content to estimate growth rate in fluidised bed agglomeration},
  year         = {2010},
}

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