II. Crystallization: crystal forms and crystal habbit - supersaturation and formation of crystals and crystal growth, Miler's supersaturation theory of crystallization and its limitations, solubility curves.
III. Mixing: Solid-solid mixing, mechanism of mixing. Mixers: V-type, drum, paddle and rotocube mixers - selection of mixer, mixing of viscous masses: kneading machines and ointment mills. Liquid - liquid and gas - liquid mixing equipment. Impellers - their characteristics and field of operation.
IV. Size reduction: Classification of equipment - cutting roll, edge runner and end runner mills, disintegrators, hammer mills, ball and tube mills, colloid mills - impact mills, fluid energy mill, choice of size reduction machinery - theory of size reduction. Energy for size reduction.
V. Size seperation: Screens and screening equipment - air and hydraulic seperators, sedimentation, particle size distribution and its measurement - representation of data.
VI. Refrigeration: Principles ans equipment, choice of refrigerant, coefficient of performance. Humidity control: Definition, methods of monitoring and drying gases - air conditioning, cooling towers - wet and dry bulb hygrometry, study of air handling systems.
VII. Extraction: Principles of solid - liquid and liquid - liquid extraction, equipment, diffusion batteries - extraction of towers - Podbielnaik extraction.
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