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Publication Date: 04/2014
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Mixing Mechanics: Practical powder blending — Blend segregation

Columnist Fernando Muzzio discusses how and why segregation occurs inside the blender, during blender discharging and filling, and during sampling.

This month’s column continues the batch blending failure modes discussion from the April and September 2013 columns by examining segregation, a major cause of blending failures. Segregation (also known as demixing) is a common phenomenon in processing powder blends that contain ingredients with even slightly different particle sizes.

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