Mechanical Operations

Around 75% of chemical manufacturing processes involve small solid particles at some point. Proper design and handling of these fine particles often makes the difference between success and failure of the product. Many products such as catalysts, pigments, fertilizers, cements, ceramics and pharmaceuticals are currently manufactured in particulate forms. Mechanical Operations deal with Science and Technology of particulate matter, which is a multidisciplinary field including Materials Science, Environmental, Biomedical, Aerospace, Agricultural, Chemistry, Microbiology and Cell Science, Pharmacy and Medicine. Mechanical operations are those unit operations that involve physically changing a material. Although this generally refers to a change in size (reduction or enlargement) or shape, it is not limited to that. Mechanical operations also include separation of material based on physical/mechanical properties like density, size, wettability, etc.

  • Effectiveness of screen
  • Laws of comminution
  • Particle dynamics
  • Size Reduction
  • Crushers
  • Ball Mill
  • Grinders
  • Mixers

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