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The computer simulation of NZFP no. 2 bleach plant
(University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process Engineering, 1990)
A steady state descriptive GEMS computer model, established by Edwards et al, 1988, for the simulation of NZFP No.2 bleach plant was further tuned to match the existing plant conditions. The initial GEMS model incorporated ...
Thermal profile and kinetic analysis of Arc-Reactor anode: Finite element analysis
(University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process Engineering, 2014)
This study investigated the heat transfer within the anode material moving through and heated by an electric arc. The arc was a low current (< 16 A) atmospheric electric discharge between a carbon rod cathode, and a ...
Cheese process control
(University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process Engineering, 1999)
The cheese making process at Anchor Products Hautapu was having difficulty reaching the now outdated New Zealand Dairy Board uniformity targets. Even though there is no longer a direct financial benefit in reaching these ...
Whey permeate fouling of evaporators
(University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process Engineering, 1998)
Whey permeate fouling was studied to gain a better understanding of the processes involved and find methods of alleviation. An apparatus was built which allowed study of fouling under industrial conditions. It was found ...
Enzymatic hydrolysis of office paper and newspaper to reducing sugars.
(University of Canterbury, 2005)
Abundant lignocellulosic biomass from municipal solid waste (MSW) is comprised of 40 % waste paper, which can be utilised to produce bioethanol, a renewable energy resource to reduce fossil fuel use. Eventhough lignocellulosic ...