Modelling of swelling in whey protein gels

COMSOL Conference (7 - 09 Ekim 2010)


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Asymmetric membranes are generally prepared by the phase inversion techniques, the principal steps of which involve casting a thin film of a homogeneous polymer solution onto a suitable substrate, followed by quenching in a nonsolvent bath to precipitate the membrane film. Since most studies of the process has been concerned with the development of specific preparation recipies, explanations of structure formation have generally been ad-hoc and qualitative. This paper presents the results of recent modellin...
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Physical properties of non-uniform DC-driven glow discharge in argon at pressure 1 torr are analyzed numerically. Spatially two-dimensional axial-symmetric model is based on the diffusion-drift theory of gas discharge. Results presented compare favorably with the classic theory of glow discharges and exhibit good agreement with the experimental result. Comparison with the result of spatially one-dimensional model is performed. (c) 2007 Elsevier B.V. All fights reserved.
Modelling of Diffusion in Random Packings of Core-Shell Particles
Hatipoğlu, Emre; Koku, Harun (Hacettepe University, 2017-04-01)
Core-Shell particles are commonly used materials in chromatography. In this study, a mathematical model that mimics diffusion around Core-Shell particles was developed. A random-walk based algorithm was implemented to simulate diffusion and a Core-Shell particle geometry was computationally formed, based on simple geometric constructs and relations. Diffusion simulations were carried out on a randomly packed geometry formed from these particles. The behavior of time-dependent diffusivity data obtained from ...
Modelling of variable friction in cold forging
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In metal forming operations, the friction between die and workpiece is a complex phenomenon and has a strong influence on the metal forming parameters and the product quality This study aims to investigate the effect of friction in cold forging operations using different friction models. In the analyses, the forging operations are simulated using the Coulomb and constant friction models, and the results are compared with the simulation results obtained by using the variable friction models developed by Wanh...
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H. M. Öztop, “Modelling of swelling in whey protein gels,” presented at the COMSOL Conference (7 - 09 Ekim 2010), 2010, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: