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Determing the optimal dimensions for hydrocyclone water/sediment separation

OK, let's be clear: I'm a software engineer (retired), not a physicist, hydrologist, or hydraulics person, so please be gentle. Back Story: In the process of developing an open source system for ...
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What material can wick up fluids while not allowing micro-organisms to pass?

I'm looking for a material that can wick up a solution containing nutrients and sugars. The dirty side of the wick should touch a medium to draw up the solution, on the clean side of the wick ...
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How the 3M Aura 9332+ masks filtrate airborne particles/virus?

The 3M Aura 9332+ mask is labeled FFP3 which means that it filters at least 99% of airborne particles. This article mentions that N95 masks (which filtrate 95% of airborne particles) filtrate the ...
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Estimating Static Pressure @ Target Airflow (boost fans)

How do I estimate a pressure/flow curve for a filter of specified area, efficiency rating, MERV and MPR?(Duct work is negligible) I am trying to pick an appropriately rated fan/fans to maintain a ...
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Solid-liquid separation of a crystal slurry

Let me preface my question by saying I am a recent chemical engineering graduate and apologize if my inexperience shows. I have designed a batch process which results in a water slurry stream ...
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What's the flow resistance of a honeycomb sieve?

Honeycomb sieves are starting to see applications in wastewater screening. What is the flow resistance of a honeycomb screen? I would expect something similar to the Kirschmer formula (used for bar ...
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Is there a valve design or system that can do this?

I am trying to come up with a way to bleed air from a tube to avoid air (gas) from reaching the other end of the tube. Is there a way to do this automatically? It must be able to work in all ...
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Do companies recover CO2 and water from the purification step of cryogenic air separation, and how?

In the 3rd step of cryogenic air separation, filtered air is purified to remove water, CO2, and hydrocarbons from the N2-O2-Ar stream. Im interested in knowing what happens with that CO2 and water. ...