Frank Riedewald

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This article discusses the current practice of using highly polished stainless steel surfaces, which is thought to minimize initial bacterial attachment and at the same time to maximize cleanability. It is suggested that this industrial practice is a misconception, that it provides no real benefit, and that far rougher surfaces could be used without(More)
Every year about 1.5 billion tyres are discarded worldwide representing a large amount of solid waste, but also a largely untapped source of raw materials. The objective of the method was to prove the concept of a novel scrap tyre recycling process which uses molten zinc as the direct heat transfer fluid and, simultaneously, uses this media to separate the(More)
The operating performance of deionized and water for injection (DI/WFI) distribution systems can be difficult to analyse due to the highly variable demand that is drawn from these systems, a situation compounded by schedule uncertainties. This paper presents a fuzzy logic (FL) model of a typical DI/WFI system simulating schedule uncertainties in the opening(More)
UNLABELLED This work presents a deterministic and a stochastic model for the simulation of industrial-size deionized water and water for injection (DI/WFI) systems. The objective of the simulations is to determine if additional DI/WFI demand from future production processes can be supported by an existing DI/WFI system. The models utilize discrete event(More)
The objective of the method was to prove the concept of a novel waste PCBs recycling process which uses inert, stable molten salts as the direct heat transfer fluid and, simultaneously, uses this molten salt to separate the metal products in either liquid (solder, zinc, tin, lead, etc.) or solid (copper, gold, steel, palladium, etc.) form at the operating(More)
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