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Powder Technology is a journal indexed in SJR in Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous) with an H index of 129. It has an SJR impact factor of 0,998 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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Best articles

1998 Thomas Baron Award Lecture: Learning Multiphase flow

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3-D simulation of magnetic particles' behaviour during compaction in a magnetic field

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A calibration procedure to obtain solid concentrations from digital images of bulk powders

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A device for measuring solids flowrate in a circulating fluidized bed

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A hydrodynamic simulation of mineral flotation. Part I: the numerical model

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A novel experimental technique for the investigation of gas-solids flow in pipes

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A packing algorithm for particles of arbitrary shapes

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A preliminary study into the local solids fluxes in a downer reactor

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A second-order-moment-Monte-Carlo model for simulating swirling gas-particle flows

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A solid-solid extraction

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A two-phase elastic model of vibration in a bed of particulates

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Adaptive control: state of the art and an application to a grinding process

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An instrumented cylinder for simultaneous measurements of instantaneous local heat transfer coefficients and hydrodynamics in high-temperature fluidized beds

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An interparticle force model for ac-dc electric fields in powders

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An investigation into the effect of particle size on straight-pipe pressure gradients in lean-phase conveying

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An investigation into the effect of product type when scaling for diameter in vertical pipelines

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An investigation of the prevailing flow patterns and pressure fluctuation near the pressure minimum and unstable conveying zone of pneumatic transport systems

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Analysis of flow in a non-aerated hopper containing a square obstacle

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Attrition of powders and granules at various bends during pneumatic conveying

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Binderless granulation of pharmaceutical lactose powders

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Characterisation of fragments produced by the comminution of metals especially considering the fragment shape

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Chemical reaction induced agglomeration and defluidization of fluidized beds

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Concentration non-uniformity in simple shear flow of cohesive powders

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Defluidized zones in liquid-solid fluidized beds

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