• the engineering rheology of liquid explosives as highly

    The engineering rheology of liquid explosives as highly

    The engineering rheology of liquid explosives as highly concentrated emulsions Article in Chemical Engineering Research and Design 91(2):204–210 · February 2013 with 97 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • ultrasonic production of nano-size dispersions and emulsions

    ULTRASONIC PRODUCTION OF NANO-SIZE DISPERSIONS AND EMULSIONS

    Ultrasonic Production of Nano-Size Dispersions and Emulsions parameters of the ultrasound differ a lot. For each specific application and process there is a specific optimal parameter configuration. For new processes and formulations this configuration has to be identified. In the following the parameters important to the liquid

  • cubic-phase-based concentrated emulsions | request pdf

    Cubic-Phase-Based Concentrated Emulsions | Request PDF

    Sol-gel reactions were carried out in the continuous phase of highly concentrated emulsions with a cubic liquid crystal in this external phase, using a polyoxyethylene alkyl ether surfactant and ...

  • emulsions - max planck society

    Emulsions - Max Planck Society

    pressure is doing the job the most widely used procedure (making a salad ... concentrated into highly ... Controlled production of emulsions using a crossflow membrane Part II: industrial scale manufacture, TransIChemE 76, 902 - 910 (1998) Re > 4000 turbulent flow.

  • microfluidization initiated cross-linking of gliadin

    Microfluidization initiated cross-linking of gliadin

    In summary, we demonstrated a facile and novel way to prepare structured emulsions with high algal oil volume fraction (φ oil = 50%) stabilized by gliadin particles via microfluidization initiated cross-linking. The cross-linking was firstly initiated by hydrophobic interaction after mild alkaline pH-shifting processes, and then ...

  • ch 22 facials | arts and humanities flashcards | quizlet

    ch 22 Facials | Arts and Humanities Flashcards | Quizlet

    Start studying ch 22 Facials. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. ... sealed glass vials containing highly concentrated extract in a water or oil base. Anode. positive electrode. Aromatherapy. therapeutic use of essential oils ... deep rubbing movement requiring pressure on the skin with the fingers ...

  • efficient emulsification of viscous oils at high drop

    Efficient Emulsification of Viscous Oils at High Drop

    It is shown experimentally in this study that the increase of drop volume fraction can be used as an efficient tool for emulsification of viscous oils in turbulent flow. In a systematic series of experiments, the effects of drop volume fraction and viscosity of the dispersed phase on the mean, d32, and maximum, dV95, diameters of the drops, formed during emulsification, are quantified.

  • fabrication of silica nanospheres coated membranes

    Fabrication of Silica Nanospheres Coated Membranes

    Contact angles were measured on a contact angle measurement machine (OCA15 machine, Data-Physics, Germany) at ambient temperature. The oil concentration in filtrate was measured using an infrared spectrometer oil content analyzer (Oil480, Beijing Chinainvent Instrument Tech. Co. Ltd., China). CCl4 was used to extract oil from filtrate.

  • energies | free full-text | influence of droplet size

    Energies | Free Full-Text | Influence of Droplet Size

    The influence of droplet size on exergy destruction rate in flow of highly concentrated oil-in-water emulsions was investigated experimentally in a cone and plate geometry. The oil concentration was fixed at 74.5% by volume. At this dispersed-phase (oil) concentration, two different droplet size emulsions were prepared: fine and coarse emulsions.

  • entropy generation in flow of highly concentrated non

    Entropy Generation in Flow of Highly Concentrated Non

    Entropy generation in adiabatic flow of highly concentrated non-Newtonian emulsions in smooth tubes of five different diameters (7.15–26.54 mm) was investigated experimentally. The emulsions were of oil-in-water type with dispersed-phase concentration (Φ) ranging from 59.61–72.21% vol. The emulsions exhibited shear-thinning behavior in that the viscosity decreased with the increase in ...

  • production of highly concentrated oil-in-water emulsions using

    Production of highly concentrated oil-in-water emulsions using

    The fabrication of concentrated oil-in-water emulsions is useful for reducing storage and transportation costs, as well as for providing desirableIn this study, 50wt% oil-in-water emulsions were produced from natural emulsifiers using high-pressure dual-channel microfluidization (89.6MPa

  • formation of concentrated emulsions in heavy oil | request pdf

    Formation of concentrated emulsions in heavy oil | Request PDF

    In fact, preparing oil-in-water concentrated emulsions allowed for decreasing in the viscosity ofFor crude oil emulsion, the Herschel-Bulkley model was used to fit the shear stress dependence on theOil-in-water emulsions have been proposed as an emergent technology to transport viscous heavy

  • production of highly concentrated oil-in-water emulsions using

    Production of highly concentrated oil-in-water emulsions using

    Summary of "Production of highly concentrated oil-in-water emulsions using dual-channel microfluidization: Use of individual and mixed naturalIn this study, 50wt% oil-in-water emulsions were produced from natural emulsifiers using high-pressure dual-channel microfluidization (89.6MPa

  • production of monodisperse water-in-oil emulsions | springerlink

    Production of monodisperse water-in-oil emulsions | SpringerLink

    This paper reports the production of monodisperse water-in-oil (W/O) emulsions using new microchannel emulsification (MCE) devices, asymmetric straight-through MC arrays that were hydrophobically modified. The silicon asymmetric straight-through MC arrays consisted of numerous

  • wo/2006/000360 highly concentrated self-emulsifying emulsion

    Wo/2006/000360 highly concentrated self-emulsifying emulsion

    Highly concentrated self-emulsifying emulsion bases used for the production of oil-in-water emulsions.polyols, or glycerin; and (g) 2 to 10 wt. % of water. Also disclosed is the use of said emulsion concentrates.

  • interfacial behavior of oil/oil and oil/water soluble

    Interfacial behavior of oil/oil and oil/water soluble

    Instability of highly concentrated water-in-oil emulsions which contain a metastable inorganic salt solution in a form of drops arises from the crystallization of saltThe results showed that the interfacial study are important for the understanding of instability due to crystallization in emulsions with an

  • effect of different surfactant mixtures on the stabilisation mechanism

    Effect of different surfactant mixtures on the stabilisation mechanism

    The subject of this investigation was a highly concentrated water-in-oil emulsion (HCE), explosive grade, with volume fraction of approximately 88 volThe choice of co-surfactants depends on the nature of the components of the emulsion and is mainly empirically-based. The key concept is using

  • electroacoustic study of concentrated oil-in-water emulsions.

    Electroacoustic Study of Concentrated Oil-in-Water Emulsions.

    Electroacoustics was used to study SDS-stabilized sunflower oil-in-water emulsions, with oil volume fractions between 2% and 50%. The dynamic mobility of the oil droplets was measured; the size and electric charge on the drops were calculated using formulas derived for dilute and concentrated

  • characterization and rheology of water-in-oil emulsion

    Characterization and Rheology of Water-in-Oil Emulsion

    Such highly concentrated emulsions also exhibit a yield stress. Arirachakaran et al [10] conducted an extensive study on oil-water flow in horizontal pipes for various viscosity values. They described the morphology of emulsion as function of water fraction as shown in Figure 2.2.

  • study of highly concentrated olive oil-in-water emulsions stabilized

    Study of highly concentrated olive oil-in-water emulsions stabilized

    Rheological properties of highly concentrated oil-in-water (O/W) emulsions (HCES), formed by mixing palm-based nonionic surfactant, C12E6 (HLB = 11. 7, CMC = 25μM), water and olive oil volume fraction ≥78vol% were investigated. Samples with lower oil volume fraction (<85