2009 - Member of Academia Europaea
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Fluidization, Mineralogy, Thermodynamics and Cyclone. His Mechanics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Meteorology, Work and Classical mechanics. His Fluidization research incorporates elements of Particle mixing, Particle transport, Composite material, Bubble and Particle segregation.
His study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Packed bed, Electrolyte and Particle-size distribution, Particle size. His work on Wake as part of his general Thermodynamics study is frequently connected to Binary number and Methanol, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. In his study, Pressure drop, Scaling, Turbulence and Cylinder is inextricably linked to Computational fluid dynamics, which falls within the broad field of Cyclone.
His primary areas of investigation include Mechanics, Particle, Computational fluid dynamics, Vortex and Cyclone. His research in Mechanics intersects with topics in Fluidization and Classical mechanics. The various areas that Alex C. Hoffmann examines in his Fluidization study include Mineralogy and Bubble.
His work deals with themes such as Shock wave, Work, Two-phase flow and Particle size, which intersect with Particle. His Computational fluid dynamics study incorporates themes from Large eddy simulation, Mechanical engineering and Simulation. Alex C. Hoffmann has included themes like Meteorology, Vortex tube and Inlet velocity in his Cyclone study.
Alex C. Hoffmann mainly investigates Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics, Classical mechanics, Vortex and Turbulence. Alex C. Hoffmann interconnects Particle and Simulation in the investigation of issues within Mechanics. His research on Computational fluid dynamics also deals with topics like
His study on Classical mechanics also encompasses disciplines like
Alex C. Hoffmann spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics, Vortex, Turbulence and Multiphase flow. His Mechanics research includes themes of Volume fraction, Thermodynamics and Classical mechanics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Separator, Volumetric flow rate and Dissipative system in addition to Classical mechanics.
His Computational fluid dynamics study combines topics in areas such as Large eddy simulation, Liquid viscosity and Flow. The Multiphase flow study combines topics in areas such as Economies of agglomeration, Deposition, Lagrangian particle tracking and Petroleum engineering. The concepts of his Hydrocyclone study are interwoven with issues in Viscous liquid, Pressure drop, Intensity and Simulation.
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Gas Cyclones and Swirl Tubes: Principles, Design, and Operation
AC Hoffmann;LE Stein;P Bradshaw.
Gas Cyclones and Swirl Tubes
Alex C. Hoffmann;Louis E. Stein.
Dynamic properties of water/alcohol mixtures studied by computer simulation
Erik J. W. Wensink;Alex C. Hoffmann;Paul J. van Maaren;David van der Spoel.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2003)
PARTICLE SEGREGATION IN FLUIDISED BINARY MIXTURES
A.C. Hoffmann;L.P.B.M. Janssen;J. Prins.
Chemical Engineering Science (1993)
The effect of vibration on the fluidization behaviour of some cohesive powders
E. Marring;A.C. Hoffmann;L.P.B.M. Janssen.
Powder Technology (1994)
Flow pattern in reverse-flow centrifugal separators
W Peng;A.C Hoffmann;P.J.A.J Boot;A Udding.
Powder Technology (2002)
Experimental study of the vortex end in centrifugal separators: The nature of the vortex end
W. Peng;A.C. Hoffmann;H.W.A. Dries;M.A. Regelink.
Chemical Engineering Science (2005)
Advantages and risks in increasing cyclone separator length
A. C. Hoffmann;M. de Groot;W. Peng;H. W. A. Dries.
Aiche Journal (2001)
A relation for the void fraction of randomly packed particle beds
A.C. Hoffmann;H.J. Finkers.
Powder Technology (1995)
Properly determine powder flowability to maximize plant output
J.A.H. de Jong;A.C Hoffmann;Hendrikus Finkers.
Chemical Engineering Progress (1999)
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