His main research concerns Mechanics, Impeller, Bioreactor, Mixing and Agitator. He has included themes like Aeration, Mineralogy and Thermodynamics in his Mechanics study. His Impeller research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Power number and Dissipation.
His research integrates issues of Food science, Microbiology, Microcarrier, Oxygen and Saturation in his study of Bioreactor. Alvin W. Nienow works mostly in the field of Microcarrier, limiting it down to topics relating to Bioprocess and, in certain cases, Biotechnology, Cell and Suspension culture, as a part of the same area of interest. His studies in Agitator integrate themes in fields like Sparging and Cell damage.
Alvin W. Nienow mainly investigates Mechanics, Impeller, Bioreactor, Microcarrier and Mesenchymal stem cell. The Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Aeration, Turbine and Mixing. When carried out as part of a general Impeller research project, his work on Rushton turbine is frequently linked to work in Axial compressor, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
The various areas that Alvin W. Nienow examines in his Bioreactor study include Fermentation, Food science, Biochemical engineering, Sparging and Chemical engineering. His Microcarrier research incorporates elements of Laboratory flask, Biophysics, Serum free and Biomedical engineering. He has researched Mesenchymal stem cell in several fields, including Stromal cell, Biotechnology, Regenerative medicine and Bioprocess.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Microcarrier, Mesenchymal stem cell, Bioreactor, Bioprocess and Biomedical engineering. His Microcarrier study incorporates themes from Biophysics and Cell damage. The study incorporates disciplines such as Stromal cell, Serum free and Bone marrow in addition to Mesenchymal stem cell.
Alvin W. Nienow combines subjects such as Laboratory flask, Computational fluid dynamics, Liquid liquid, Growth rate and Chemical engineering with his study of Bioreactor. His Biomedical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cell density, SCALE-UP and Suspension. His Suspension course of study focuses on Impeller and Composite material.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mesenchymal stem cell, Microcarrier, Biomedical engineering, Bioprocess and Regenerative medicine. Alvin W. Nienow regularly links together related areas like Cell damage in his Mesenchymal stem cell studies. His work in Biomedical engineering covers topics such as Stromal cell which are related to areas like Biotechnology and Serum free.
His Bioprocess study frequently links to related topics such as Bioreactor. Alvin W. Nienow studied Bioreactor and Sparging that intersect with Pulp and paper industry and Aeration. As a part of the same scientific study, Alvin W. Nienow usually deals with the Regenerative medicine, concentrating on Bone marrow and frequently concerns with Cell.
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Mixing in the process industries
N. Harnby;M. F. Edwards;A. W. Nienow.
Physiological responses to mixing in large scale bioreactors
Sven-Olof Enfors;M. Jahic;A. Rozkov;B. Xu.
Journal of Biotechnology (2001)
Reactor engineering in large scale animal cell culture.
Alvin W. Nienow.
On impeller circulation and mixing effectiveness in the turbulent flow regime
Chemical Engineering Science (1997)
Suspension of solid particles in turbine agitated baffled vessels
Chemical Engineering Science (1968)
The translation of cell-based therapies: clinical landscape and manufacturing challenges.
Thomas R.J. Heathman;Alvin W. Nienow;Alvin W. Nienow;Mark J.S. McCall;Karen Coopman.
Regenerative Medicine (2015)
Particle mixing and segregation in gas fluidised beds. A review
P.N. Rowe;A.W. Nienow.
Powder Technology (1976)
Hydrodynamics of Stirred Bioreactors
A. W. Nienow.
Applied Mechanics Reviews (1998)
The minimum fluidisation velocity, bed expansion and pressure-drop profile of binary particle mixtures
S. Chiba;T. Chiba;A.W. Nienow;H. Kobayashi.
Powder Technology (1979)
Mixing in large-scale vessels stirred with multiple radial or radial and axial up-pumping impellers: modelling and measurements
Peter Vrábel;Rob G.J.M van der Lans;Karel Ch.A.M Luyben;Lotte Boon.
Chemical Engineering Science (2000)
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