Course Title : Fine Particle Technology, Adv.

Code 10H017
Course Year Master and Doctor Course
Term Autumn
Class day & Period Fri 2nd
Location A2-306
Credits 1.5
Restriction No Restriction
Lecture Form(s) Lecture
Language Japanese
Instructor Dept. of Chem. Eng., Professor, Shuji Matsusaka

Course Description

Analyses of particle behavior in gases, Particle handling operations, and measurement methods are lectured. Also, particle charging that affect particle behavior in gases are theoretically explained. Furthermore, the control of the particle charging and its applications are lectured.

Grading

Examination

Course Goals

Understand the analysis and modeling of dynamic behavior of particles. Furthermore develop the ability to apply the knowledge for particle handling and processing.

Course Topics

Theme Class number of times Description
Particle properties and measurements 3 Mathematical description of particle diameter distribution, properties of fine particles, and their measurement methods are explained.
Particle adhesion and dynamical analysis 3 Measurement methods for adhesion forces of particles and dynamical analysis method for particle collision and elastic deformation are lectured. Furthermore, distinct element method is explained.
Behavior of particles in airflow 3 Temporal and spatial distribution of deposition and reentrainment of fine particles in gas-solid flow are explained using physical models and probability theory. In addition, complicated reentrainment phenomena during particle collision are discussed.
Particle charging and control 2 Concept of particle charging and quantitative analysis methods of charging process are explained; also, charge distribution of particles is analyzed. Furthermore, new methods to control particle charge are introduced.

Textbook

Lecture notes

Textbook(supplemental)

K. Okuyama, H. Masuda and S. Morooka: Biryuushi Kougaku ? Fine particle technology, Ohmsha, Tokyo (1992)

Prerequisite(s)

Basic knowledge on powder technology in bachelor course

Independent Study Outside of Class

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