Agglomeration Advisor: Five useful books for the granulation engineer
In this column, the author reviews the top five books granulation engineers should have on their actual or digital bookshelves.
New tasks involving granulation are often daunting, and it can be difficult to know where to start. You might be trying to design or scale up a granulator, troubleshoot an existing granulation process, or modify your formulation. Or you might be designing hoppers, investigating transport issues, evaluating product quality, or characterizing your granules. Sometimes it can be hard even to know what properties you need to measure! This column reviews the top five books granulation engineers should have on their actual or digital bookshelves. These books can be of great help as you work on your granulation project.