Segregation of granular materials is a complex phenomenon, difficult to assess quantitatively and challenging to predict. Improving understanding and remediation of segregation effects is an ever-increasing need for a myriad of reasons: rational designs, formal risk analysis, better process understanding, improving numerical modelling, continuous manufacturing and the need for improved yields.
On December 10-11, the SciFora will organize the Blending & Segregation conference in Enschede, The Netherlands. This 2-day conference is devoted to the theoretical and experimental aspects of blending and segregation. Delft Solids Solutions is sponsoring this event.
On Wednesday December 11, Patrick Verolme will deliver a podium presentation on the practical aspects of segregation testing. Prior to the conference, on Monday December 9, an interactive workshop will be organized during which our colleague Patrick Verolme will also present a short contribution.
During these 3 days, Delft Solids Solutions will also be present with a booth to discuss with you the possibilities of cooperation on this intriguing theme.
10 Dec 2019 - 11 Dec 2019
Delft Solids Solutions is a privately-held contract research organization working on research and characterization of solid materials. Topics include, but are not limited to, primary physical properties as porosity, pore volume, pore size, surface area, particle size, density of powders and granules. We also investigate related characteristics such ...