Foam production and hydrodynamic performance of a traditional Mexican molinillo (beater) in the chocolate beverage preparation process. Holguín-Salas, A., et al., Food Bioprod Process (2014)
A list of the most influential contributions to mixing research was presented during the Special session for NAMF 21st anniversary celebration at the AIChE meeting on October 16-21, 2011.
Overview Bulk chemicals or “commodity chemicals” are a broad chemical category including polymers, petrochemicals, other derivatives and basic industrials, inorganic chemicals, and fertilizers.
Authors: Laplante, Patrick; Cheng, Yuxi; Hanson, Joel; Daku, Darren Overview This article pertains to mixing in the consumer products industry. Consumer products are divided into three categories: detergents, personal care products, and cosmetics.
The oil and gas industry includes the processes of exploration, extraction, upgrading, refining, transporting and marketing oil products. The largest volume products of the industry are fuel oil, <gasoline> and feedstock for bulk and fine chemicals .
Authors: Bastida Elia, Jahne Sandra, Reurink Nicole, Van Bavel Trevor Summary Many foods have to be preceded by a mixing process in order to achieve characteristics that are important for the final product such as texture, homogeneity, composition and temperature.