2015 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For development of innovative flotation technology for advanced mineral processing.
2003 - Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand
1994 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
Bubble, Particle size, Mechanics, Analytical chemistry and Mineralogy are his primary areas of study. He interconnects Mass transfer, Contact angle, Thermodynamics, Turbulence and Surface tension in the investigation of issues within Bubble. His Surface tension research includes themes of Chemical physics and Nanotechnology.
His work focuses on many connections between Particle size and other disciplines, such as Light scattering, that overlap with his field of interest in Kinetics, Fractal dimension and Fractal. His work carried out in the field of Mechanics brings together such families of science as Satellite, Simulation, Capillary action and Dissipation. His studies deal with areas such as Froth flotation and Colloidal silica as well as Mineralogy.
Graeme J. Jameson mainly focuses on Mechanics, Bubble, Chemical engineering, Particle size and Mineralogy. His work in Mechanics covers topics such as Dissipation which are related to areas like Weber number. His Bubble study incorporates themes from Mass transfer, Impeller, Contact angle, Surface tension and Froth flotation.
His Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Chromatography and Polymer. His Particle size research incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Nanoparticle and Metallurgy. His studies in Mineralogy integrate themes in fields like Mineral processing, Coarse particle and Dispersion.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Bubble, Mechanics, Turbulence, Froth flotation and Particle size. He integrates several fields in his works, including Bubble and Range. His work on Impeller is typically connected to Field as part of general Mechanics study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His Turbulence research integrates issues from Inertial frame of reference, Classical mechanics, Surface tension and Dissipation. His Froth flotation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Gangue, Ether, Eddy, Chemical engineering and Particle number. His Particle size research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mineralogy and Pulp and paper industry.
His main research concerns Bubble, Chemical engineering, Froth flotation, Turbulence and Polyvinyl alcohol. Graeme J. Jameson has researched Bubble in several fields, including Crystallography, Elasticity and Capillary action. His studies examine the connections between Chemical engineering and genetics, as well as such issues in Sodium, with regards to Reaction rate constant, Chromatography, Hydrocarbon and Coating.
Graeme J. Jameson studied Froth flotation and Mineralogy that intersect with Mineral processing and Gas velocity. His study on Turbulence is covered under Mechanics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Simulation and Particle size.
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The role of particles in stabilising foams and emulsions
Timothy N. Hunter;Robert J. Pugh;George V. Franks;Graeme J. Jameson.
Advances in Colloid and Interface Science (2008)
The effect of bubble size on the rate of flotation of fine particles
N. Ahmed;G.J. Jameson.
International Journal of Mineral Processing (1985)
Physical factors affecting recovery rates in flotation
G J Jameson;S Nam;M M Young.
Miner. Sci. Eng.; (South Africa) (1977)
Aggregate structures formed via a bridging flocculation mechanism
Simon Biggs;Michael Habgood;Graeme J Jameson;Yao-de Yan.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2000)
Mass transfer from very small bubbles—the optimum bubble size for aeration
M. Motarjemi;G.J. Jameson.
Chemical Engineering Science (1978)
Theoretical prediction of the sizes of drops formed in the breakup of capillary jets
D.F. Rutland;G.J. Jameson.
Chemical Engineering Science (1970)
A non-linear effect in the capillary instability of liquid jets
D. F. Rutland;G. J. Jameson.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1971)
A light scattering study of the fractal aggregation behavior of a model colloidal system
Janine L. Burns;Yao-de Yan;Graeme J. Jameson;Simon Biggs.
Experiments on the flotation of fine particles: The influence of particle size and charge
G.L. Collins;G.J. Jameson.
Chemical Engineering Science (1976)
Prediction of the bubble size generated by a plunging liquid jet bubble column
G.M. Evans;G.J. Jameson;B.W. Atkinson.
Chemical Engineering Science (1992)
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