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The behaviour of sulphur, during rapid carbonisation of high-organic-sulphur New Zealand coals
(University of Canterbury. Chemical Engineering, 1966)
Factors relating to the release of sulphur during slow and rapid carbonisation of coals are reviewed in detail. Experiments are described in which three high-organic-sulphur coals were carbonised in fluid bed and disperse ...
Photoelectric drop size sorting
(University of Canterbury. Chemical Engineering, 1968)
The work of Abrahamson (1) has been continued in an effort to develop an instrument package to classify the sizes and solute concentrations of individual drops in a two-phase agitated system. The method used (modulation ...
The aluminium electrode potential
(University of Canterbury. Chemical Engineering, 1965)
A square wave current technique has been used to obtain the cathodic overvoltage parameters for hydrogen evolution on aluminium but was found inadequate by itself for determining the anodic parameters for aluminium ...
A boundary layer theory for turbulent transport phenomena, with particular reference to the dissolution of solids in agitated non-Newtonian liquids.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Mechanical Engineering, 1969)
A boundary layer theory of heat, mass and momentum transfer is proposed for Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids both dependent and independent of time. Kolmogoroff's theory of local isotropic turbulence is extended to power ...
The anodic behaviour of aluminium in aqueous solution
(University of Canterbury. Chemical Engineering, 1967)
Electrolytic dissolution of pure aluminium in aqueous halide electrolytes has been investigated and found to exhibit the behaviour conventionally termed the "difference effect". The weight loss from the aluminium anode ...