The Canadian Academy of Engineering
Norman Epstein mainly investigates Mechanics, Fluidization, Thermodynamics, Fouling and Flow. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Suspension, Chromatography and Electrokinetic phenomena, Streaming current. The Fluidization study combines topics in areas such as Perspective and Mineralogy.
His studies deal with areas such as Particle coating, Conductivity and Petroleum engineering as well as Thermodynamics. In his study, Waste management, Heat transfer and Thermal is inextricably linked to Heat exchanger, which falls within the broad field of Fouling. The various areas that Norman Epstein examines in his Flow study include Jet and Viscous liquid.
His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Fluidization, Thermodynamics, Fluidized bed and Mineralogy. As part of his studies on Mechanics, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Chromatography. His Fluidization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Layer, Pressure drop, Settling and Petroleum engineering.
His Thermodynamics research incorporates elements of Gas velocity and Liquid velocity. His Fluidized bed research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Multiphase flow, Composite material, Mixing and Volumetric flow rate. His research integrates issues of Particle size and Analytical chemistry in his study of Mineralogy.
Norman Epstein mainly focuses on Mechanics, Fluidized bed, Thermodynamics, Fluidization and Mineralogy. His Mechanics research integrates issues from Particle density, Geotechnical engineering and Simulation. His Fluidized bed study incorporates themes from Stokes number, Settling, Volume and Ceramic.
His Thermodynamics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Flow and Liquid velocity. His work carried out in the field of Fluidization brings together such families of science as Multiphase flow, Layer, Composite material, Mixing and Pressure drop. He works mostly in the field of Mineralogy, limiting it down to topics relating to Analytical chemistry and, in certain cases, Geometry and Draft tube, as a part of the same area of interest.
Norman Epstein focuses on Thermodynamics, Fluidized bed, Computational fluid dynamics, Mechanics and Mineralogy. His Thermodynamics research includes elements of Flow and Precipitation. His Fluidized bed study combines topics in areas such as Mixing and Ceramic.
His study in Computational fluid dynamics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chromatography, Extraction and Draft tube. His research in Mechanics intersects with topics in Particle density and Nozzle. His work deals with themes such as Pressure drop, Fluidization and Analytical chemistry, which intersect with Mineralogy.
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On tortuosity and the tortuosity factor in flow and diffusion through porous media
Chemical Engineering Science (1989)
Theory of electrokinetic flow in fine cylindrical capillaries at high zeta-potentials
S Levine;J.R Marriott;G Neale;N Epstein.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (1975)
Creeping flow relative to permeable spheres
Graham Neale;Norman Epstein;Walter Nader.
Chemical Engineering Science (1973)
Thinking about Heat Transfer Fouling: A 5 × 5 Matrix
Heat Transfer Engineering (1983)
Fine particle deposition in smooth parallel-plate channels
Bruce D Bowen;Norman Epstein.
joint international conference on information sciences (1979)
Spouted (and Spout‐Fluid) Beds
Essentials of Fluidization Technology (2020)
Production of monodisperse colloidal silica spheres: Effect of temperature
C.G. Tan;B.D. Bowen;N. Epstein.
joint international conference on information sciences (1987)
Three-phase fluidization: Some knowledge gaps
Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (1981)
Spouted and spout-fluid beds : fundamentals and applications
Norman Epstein;John R. Grace.
The prediction of electrokinetic phenomena within multiparticle systems
Samuel Levine;Graham Neale;Norman Epstein.
joint international conference on information sciences (1976)
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