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- 1Bubble-particle interactions
- 1Computational fluid dynamics
- 1High intensity agitation
- 1In situ gas nucleation
Results for "supervisors_tesim:"Xu, Zhenghe (Chemical and Materials Engineering)""
Understanding the mechanism of bubble-particle interactions plays a critical role in advancing flotation technology. In this study, submicron size bubbles with an average diameter less than 1 μm and a life time of at least several hours were generated using a novel hydrodynamic cavitation method....
The presence of hydrodynamically generated air bubbles has been observed to enhance fine particle flotation in a high intensity agitation (HIA) flotation cell. In this study, the cavitation in an HIA cell, used in our laboratory, is studied by hydrodynamic computational fluid dynamics. Different...