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Process-Spray

Functional Particles Produced in Spray Processes

  • Udo Fritsching

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Process-Spray Micro Scale: Elementary Processes at Phase Boundaries

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Stephan Drusch, Yvonne Serfert, Frederic Tamm, Hanna Kastner, Karin Schwarz
      Pages 53-87
    3. M. Junk, A. H. Halfar, M. Griesing, R. Sedelmayer, J. Laackmann, L. Cepelyte et al.
      Pages 127-169
    4. Jan-Martin Loth, Sabine Kareth, Andreas Kilzer, Marcus Petermann
      Pages 235-264
  3. Process-Spray Meso Scale: Process Analysis, Modeling and Scaling

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 307-307
    2. Holger Grosshans, Srikanth R. Gopireddy, Rana M. Humza, Eva Gutheil
      Pages 309-339
    3. Stefan Wanning, Markus Jäger, Sören N. Eggerstedt, Richard Süverkrüp, Alf Lamprecht, Matthias Dietzel et al.
      Pages 341-381
    4. Florian Dannigkeit, Nico Schwarz, Siegfried Ripperger
      Pages 449-491
    5. Mathias Mönckedieck, Jens Kamplade, Eva Maria Littringer, Axel Mescher, Srikanth Gopireddy, Mats Hertel et al.
      Pages 517-566
    6. Pavlinka Ilieva, Andreas Kilzer, Eckhard Weidner
      Pages 567-608
    7. Astrid Günther, Karl-Ernst Wirth
      Pages 609-645
    8. Xing-Gang Li, Sören Sander, Udo Fritsching
      Pages 679-748
  4. Process-Spray Macro Scale: Process Function, Particle and Powder Properties

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 749-749
    2. Aljoscha Lampa, Udo Fritsching
      Pages 751-794
    3. Matthias Rossmann, Daniel Bassing, Iolanda De Marco, Valentina Prosapio, Ernesto Reverchon, Eberhard Schlücker et al.
      Pages 987-1035

About this book

Introduction

This book describes the latest research on producing functional particles using spray processes.  The authors detail micro level elementary processes and phase boundaries, process analysis scaling and modeling, and macro level process functions and particle properties. They include numerical simulations and particulars of experiments for deriving process conditions for particle production.

Keywords

Additive manufacturing Atomization and sprays Ceramic granules Composite repair Functional solid particles Tailored particles Gas-containing polymer melts Liquid jets complex Multi-functional coatings Particle technology Process-Spray Protein-Inhalants Solid particle forming spray processes Spray polymerization Ultrasonic spray pyrolysis synthesis

Editors and affiliations

  • Udo Fritsching
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Materials ScienceUniversity of BremenBremenGermany

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