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DESIGN OF CENTRIFUGUES

DESIGN OF CENTRIFUGUES

DESIGN OF CENTRIFUGUES

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Dear Colleagues:

I start to work in the centrifugation world, for this reason I demand anybody help me, indicating me where I can find technical documentation or informatics documentation about this topic.

I am grateful for advance

J. Beltran

RE: DESIGN OF CENTRIFUGUES

Since you are an ME like me I would start by getting a Perry's. The section on centrifuges in it is a good minimal start. I got into centrifuges about 12 years ago by mistake. For a mechanical engineer, working with big hunks of spinning metal cannot be beat.

Get this book as well:

http://www.netstoreusa.com/sabooks/007/0070371911.shtml

Dr. Leung teaches classes as well. Get in the field and see them work, run a few and go from there.

Good luck.

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