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Causes of breakage and disruption in a homogeniser

A. Clarke, T. Prescott, A. Khan and A.G. Olabi

Applied Energy, 2010, vol. 87, issue 12, 3680-3690

Abstract: Many authors have written in the past regarding the exact causes of breakage and disruption in a high-pressure homogeniser, but there has been little agreement. This paper investigates some of the most likely causes of the rupture of the walls of unicellular organisms and offers suggestions obtained from various papers and work carried out.

Keywords: Fluid; dynamics; Homogeniser; Cell; rupture; Unicellular; organisms; Renewable; energy; Bio-Gas (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2010
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