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Colloidal sedimentation (and filtration) - ScienceDirect

01-04-1997 · Sedimentation of bidisperse, uncharged colloidal sphere suspensions: influence of viscosity and irregular surfaces J Colloid Interface Sci , 177 ( 1996 ) , pp. 427 - 438 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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Effect of Colloidal Aggregation on the Sedimentation and ...

Effect of Colloidal Aggregation on the Sedimentation and Rheological Properties of Tank Waste D. R. Rector B. C. Bunker September 1995 Prepared for. the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract DE-AC06-76RLO 1830 Pacific Northwest Laboratory Richland Washington 99352 yswjriON OF THIS DOCUMENT IS IMMTSJ

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Effect of colloidal aggregation on the sedimentation and ...

01-09-1995 · Effect of colloidal aggregation on the sedimentation and rheological properties of tank waste Showing 1-4 of 58 pages in this report . PDF Version Also Available for Download.

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Effects of interparticle attractions on colloidal ...

N2 - We use a mesoscopic simulation technique to study the effect of short-ranged interparticle attractions on the steady-state sedimentation of colloidal suspensions. Attractions increase the average sedimentation velocity vs compared to the pure hard-sphere case, and for strong enough attractions, a nonmonotonic dependence on the packing fraction f with a maximum

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Sedimentation in nano-colloidal dispersions: Effects of ...

31-10-2007 · We outlined the development of colloidal sedimentation models for nano-colloidal particles for monodisperse, bidisperse, polydisperse, and charged nanoparticle dispersions. Different sedimentation models were summarized, starting with the classical and following through to the continuous and discrete particle approaches.

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Sedimentation and Transport of Different Soil Colloids ...

Similar to sedimentation, the DOC enhanced the transport of BSc, ionic strength retarded the transport of FSc, and the colloidal concentration had little influence on the transport of soil colloids. In addition, the filtration effect and an increased surface roughness still occurred in the presence of GT and HA.

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Kinetics of sedimentation in colloidal suspensions

sedimentation profiles on a wide class of colloidal systems, even in the presence of a noticeable turbidity. 1. Introduction Sedimentation processes are ubiquitous in nature and important for technology and science. Clarifiers and gravity settlers are commonly used to separate particles from

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Sedimentation in flocculating colloidal suspensions

J. S. Abel ef al.: Sedimentation in flocculating colloidal suspensions (a) 40/ym pH2 5//m 1 /um (d) pH8.6 40/im FIG. 1. Hierarchically sized pores in sintered alumina sediments.2 (a-c) At pH = 2, repulsive surface forces produce dense-packed microstructures exhibiting first- and second-generation pores (approximately 0.1 and 0.5 yum, respectively), (d-f) At pH = 8.6, attractive

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Sedimentation - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

One of the important points is the existence of backflow, which is due to the above mentioned hydrodynamic influence of the walls of the container.In the laboratory coordinate frame, the volume flux of colloidal material through a cross sectional surface area perpendicular to the sedimentation velocity is always compensated by fluid flowing in opposite direction.

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4. Physical removal processes: sedimentation and filtration

4. Physical removal processes: sedimentation and filtration 4.1 Microbe size and physical removal from water Microbes and other colloidal particles can be physically removed from water by various processes. The sizes of the microbes are especially important for their removal by sedimentation and filtration. Viruses are the smallest waterborne

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The Effect of Colloidal Forces on the Sedimentation and ...

The Effect of Colloidal Forces on the Sedimentation and Reslurrying Characteristics of Silica Slurries 3 Figure 1. Mono-dispersed silica spheres imaged using ESEM. A) Zeta-potentials: the zeta potentials of the particles were determined using a Malvern Instruments Zetasizer Nano (Malvern, United Kingdom), using a technique

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Sedimentation and Transport of Different Soil Colloids ...

30-03-2020 · Soil colloids significantly facilitate the transport of contaminants; however, little is known about the effects of highly reactive iron oxide and the most representative organic matter on the transport of soil colloids with different physicochemical properties. This study investigated the effects of goethite (GT) and humic acid (HA) on the sedimentation and transport of soil

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Sedimentation and Transport of Different Soil Colloids ...

Similar to sedimentation, the DOC enhanced the transport of BSc, ionic strength retarded the transport of FSc, and the colloidal concentration had little influence on the transport of soil colloids. In addition, the filtration effect and an increased surface roughness still occurred in the presence of GT and HA.

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The Effects of Inter-particle Attractions on Colloidal ...

01-02-2010 · Abstract and Figures. We use a mesoscopic simulation technique to study the effect of short-ranged interparticle attractions on the steady-state sedimentation of colloidal suspensions. Attractions ...

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(PDF) Colloidal aggregation with sedimentation ...

A. E. Gonz´ alez et al.: Colloidal Aggregation with Sedimentation 3 sidered the same problem of aggregation with sedimenta- tion [6, 8, 10–12] and hav e obtained v arious results.

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Sedimentation of nanoparticles in nanoscale colloidal ...

13-06-2011 · Highlights Sedimentation characteristics of nanoscale colloidal suspensions are studied. Effect of particle aggregation and break-up is considered. Nonmonotonic variation of sedimentation velocity with particle volume fraction is obtained. Numerical results compare well with experimental data reported in the literature.

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Kinetics of sedimentation in colloidal suspensions

sedimentation profiles on a wide class of colloidal systems, even in the presence of a noticeable turbidity. 1. Introduction Sedimentation processes are ubiquitous in nature and important for technology and science. Clarifiers and gravity settlers are commonly used to separate particles from

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Sedimentation in flocculating colloidal suspensions

J. S. Abel ef al.: Sedimentation in flocculating colloidal suspensions (a) 40/ym pH2 5//m 1 /um (d) pH8.6 40/im FIG. 1. Hierarchically sized pores in sintered alumina sediments.2 (a-c) At pH = 2, repulsive surface forces produce dense-packed microstructures exhibiting first- and second-generation pores (approximately 0.1 and 0.5 yum, respectively), (d-f) At pH = 8.6, attractive

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Electrifying effects in colloids | Nature

24-06-2004 · Electrifying effects in colloids. The electric field generated in the sedimentation or centrifugation of charged colloidal particles could be exploited to

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INFLUENCE OF SEDIMENTATION ON CONVECTIVE

INFLUENCE OF SEDIMENTATION ON CONVECTIVE INSTABILITIES IN COLLOIDAL SUSPENSIONS ANDREY RYSKIN* and HARALD PLEINER Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany * [email protected] Received October 30, 2008; Revised April 4, 2009 We investigate theoretically the bifurcation scenario for colloidal suspensions subject to

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The Effect of Colloidal Forces on the Sedimentation and ...

The Effect of Colloidal Forces on the Sedimentation and Reslurrying Characteristics of Silica Slurries 3 Figure 1. Mono-dispersed silica spheres imaged using ESEM. A) Zeta-potentials: the zeta potentials of the particles were determined using a Malvern Instruments Zetasizer Nano (Malvern, United Kingdom), using a technique

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Effect of colloidal aggregation on the sedimentation and ...

01-09-1995 · Effect of colloidal aggregation on the sedimentation and rheological properties of tank waste Showing 1-4 of 58 pages in this report . PDF Version Also Available for Download.

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The Effects of Inter-particle Attractions on Colloidal ...

01-02-2010 · Abstract and Figures. We use a mesoscopic simulation technique to study the effect of short-ranged interparticle attractions on the steady-state sedimentation of colloidal suspensions. Attractions ...

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Sedimentation in flocculating colloidal suspensions

J. S. Abel ef al.: Sedimentation in flocculating colloidal suspensions (a) 40/ym pH2 5//m 1 /um (d) pH8.6 40/im FIG. 1. Hierarchically sized pores in sintered alumina sediments.2 (a-c) At pH = 2, repulsive surface forces produce dense-packed microstructures exhibiting first- and second-generation pores (approximately 0.1 and 0.5 yum, respectively), (d-f) At pH = 8.6, attractive

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4. Physical removal processes: sedimentation and filtration

4. Physical removal processes: sedimentation and filtration 4.1 Microbe size and physical removal from water Microbes and other colloidal particles can be physically removed from water by various processes. The sizes of the microbes are especially important for their removal by sedimentation and filtration. Viruses are the smallest waterborne

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4. Physical removal processes: sedimentation and filtration

4. Physical removal processes: sedimentation and filtration 4.1 Microbe size and physical removal from water Microbes and other colloidal particles can be physically removed from water by various processes. The sizes of the microbes are especially important for their removal by sedimentation and filtration. Viruses are the smallest waterborne

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SEDIMENTATION - Higher Technological Institute

Sedimentation Sedimentation, ... The size and type of particles to be removed have a significant effect on the operation of the sedimentation tank. Because of their density, sand or silt can be ... colloidal material, small particles that stay in suspension and make the water seem cloudy, will not settle until the material is coagulated ...

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How Peclet number affects microstructure and transient ...

of short-ranged attractive interactions on colloidal sedimenta-tion at different Pe numbers. Nearly 30 years ago Batchelor calculated the effect of short-range interactions beyond the HS model on the average sedimentation velocity in the dilute limit,7 finding, v s/v 0 s = 1 −[6.55 −3.52(1 −B∗ 2)φ +O(φ2), (1) where B∗

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Advanced colloidal techniques for characterization of the ...

Advanced colloidal techniques for characterization of the effect ... The adsorption state and dispersion effect of an anionic polyelectrolyte (Dolapix CE64) ... suspensions are studied by using adsorption isotherms, sedimentation, TGA, electrokinetic sonic amplitude (ESA)

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Colloids and Colloidal Stability

Colloids and Colloidal Stability ESS5855 Lecture Fall 2010 Definition • Structure – In general, a colloid is a system consisting of one substance (the dispersed phase: a solid, liquid, or gas) finely divided and distributed evenly (relatively speaking) throughout a second substance (the dispersion medium or continuous phase: a solid, liquid ...

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