Timothy A. G. Langrish mostly deals with Spray drying, Computational fluid dynamics, Chromatography, Mechanics and Turbulence. His research in Spray drying intersects with topics in Moisture, Differential scanning calorimetry, Lactose and Skimmed milk. His study in Computational fluid dynamics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mechanical engineering and Flow.
His Chromatography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Maillard reaction and Solvent. His Mechanics research integrates issues from Work, Classical mechanics and Nozzle. Timothy A. G. Langrish has researched Turbulence in several fields, including Economies of agglomeration, Geometry and Computer simulation.
Timothy A. G. Langrish spends much of his time researching Spray drying, Chemical engineering, Crystallization, Mechanics and Lactose. His Spray drying study is focused on Chromatography in general. His work in the fields of Chemical engineering, such as Particle size, intersects with other areas such as Ascorbic acid.
His studies in Crystallization integrate themes in fields like Amorphous solid, Crystallinity, Kinetics and Analytical chemistry. The concepts of his Mechanics study are interwoven with issues in Airflow and Thermodynamics. His Lactose study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Crystallography, Relative humidity and Sucrose.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Spray drying, Chemical engineering, Chromatography, Porosity and Lactose. His work in the fields of Spray drying, such as Spray dryer, overlaps with other areas such as Ascorbic acid. The various areas that he examines in his Chromatography study include Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and Solubility.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Crystallinity, Carbon and Specific surface area in addition to Porosity. His Lactose research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scanning electron microscope and Raman spectroscopy. As part of one scientific family, Timothy A. G. Langrish deals mainly with the area of Deposition, narrowing it down to issues related to the Current, and often Computational fluid dynamics.
Timothy A. G. Langrish mainly focuses on Spray drying, Lactose, Chemical engineering, Porosity and Adsorption. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Controlled release and Spray drying. He interconnects Crystallinity, Chromatography and Porous medium in the investigation of issues within Lactose.
His research investigates the connection between Chromatography and topics such as Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy that intersect with issues in Dissolution, Solvent and Incipient wetness impregnation. His Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Carbonization and Specific surface area. His Adsorption research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spray dried, Furfural, Catalysis and Whey protein isolate.
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The effect of surface composition on the functional properties of milk powders
J.J. Nijdam;T.A.G. Langrish.
Journal of Food Engineering (2006)
Comparisons between different techniques for water-based extraction of pectin from orange peels
S. Yeoh;J. Shi;T.A.G. Langrish.
Water-based extraction of pectin from flavedo and albedo of orange peels
Y. Liu;J. Shi;T.A.G. Langrish.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2006)
Removal of Cr(VI) from aqueous solution using activated carbon modified with nitric acid
Guolin Huang;Guolin Huang;Jeffrey X. Shi;Tim A.G. Langrish.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2009)
Effect of addition of proteins on the production of amorphous sucrose powder through spray drying
Benu Adhikari;T. Howes;Behesh Bhandari;T. A. G. Langrish.
Journal of Food Engineering (2009)
The assessment of a characteristic drying curve for milk powder for use in computational fluid dynamics modelling
T.A.G. Langrish;T.K. Kockel.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2001)
Primary Wood Processing
J. C. F. Walker;B. G. Butterfield;J. M. Harris;T. A. G. Langrish.
Choosing an appropriate drying model for intermittent and continuous drying of bananas
R. Baini;T.A.G. Langrish.
Journal of Food Engineering (2007)
Spray drying of food ingredients and applications of CFD in spray drying
T.A.G. Langrish;D.F. Fletcher.
Chemical Engineering and Processing (2001)
Kiln-Drying of Lumber
Roger B. Keey;Timothy A. G. Langrish;John C. F. Walker.
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