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The Effects of Changing the Inlet Gas Temperature and Drying Atmosphere in Spray Drying on Particle Properties


In this project, the effects of changing the inlet gas temperature and drying atmosphere in spray drying on particle properties, such as the degree of crystallinity, the bulk density, powder flowability, and crystal shape and structure, will be explored. 


Professor Timothy Langrish.

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Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

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In addition, an inert gas loop will be used to change the drying atmosphere from air to other gases, such as carbon dioxide and nitrogen, as a way to use these gases to control the particle properties.

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The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is 816

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