Pages from the Aspentech Process Manual that make reference to the Abulnaga approach for laminar and turbulent Non-Newtonian flows in open channels.
N.J. ALDERMAN and R. HALDENWANG. “A review of Newtonian and non-Newtonian flow in rectangular open channels.” Conference proceeding Hydrotransport 17. The 17th International Conference on the Hydraulic Transport of Solids, The Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and the BHR Group, 2007.
PATERSON, A.J.C., WILLIAMSON, J.R.G., and OLIVEROS SALAS, U ALDENWANG. “Hydraulic transport considerations for high density thickened copper tailings at Southern Peru Copper Corporation.” Hydrotransport 16. The 16th International Conference on the Hydraulic Transport of Solids, Santiago Chile 2004.
C.Ihle, A. Tamburrino. Proposed Scaling Laws for Laminar Flow of a Bingham Plastic down an Inclined Plane. Paste 2009. Proceedings of the Twelfth International Seminar on Paste and Thickened Tailings.
B.Pirouz,Toosi and M.P.A.Williams. Prediction of non-segregated Tailings Beach Slope – A new Method. Paste 2007. Proceedings of the Tenth International Seminar on Paste and Thickened Tailings.
Fitton, Timothy. “Tailings beach slope prediction.” PhD Thesis. RMIT University, Australia. Oct 2007.
H.Alehossein. “Viscous, cohesive, non-Newtonian, depositing radial flows.” Int.J.Min.Process. Vol 93(2009)
M. Eesaa et al. “Horizontal laminar flow of coarse nearly-neutrally buoyant particles in non-Newtonian conveying fluids: CFD and PEPT experiments compared” – International Journal of Multiphase Flow – Volume 34, Issue 11, November 2008, Pages 997-1007.
R.K Sinnot. Coulson & Richardson’s Chemical Engineering. Vol 6, Elsevier 2005.
Albion et al. “Modelling of oversized material flow through a horizontal hydrotransport slurry pipe to optimize its acoustic detection.” Powder Technology 194 (2009) p 18-32.
Yanuar,et al. “Hydraulics conveyances of mud slurry for spiral pipe.” Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology – Vol 23, Number 7. July 2009.
Preston S. Wilson, et al. “Evidence of dispersion in an artificial water-saturated sand sediment” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. Volume 121, Issue 2, pp. 824-832 (February 2007) – Issue Date: February 2007.
Giguere, R et al. “Characterization of slurry flow regime transitions by ERT.” Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 86 (9), p.989-996, Sep 2008.
Giguere, R et al. “Analysis of slurry flow regimes downstream of a pipe bend.” Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 87 (7A), p.943-950, July 2009.
Brock ST. “The use of hydrotransportation systems in the mining environment.” Journal of the South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy – C
A. Haidari. “Towards Engineering Simulation in the Petrochemical Industry: from Discovery to End-Use.” ANSYS.
APPoloski, et al . “Deposition Velocities of Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Slurries in Pipelines.” DOE- PNNL Labs.
Wade H. Goodridge. “Sediment Transport Impacts Upon Culvert Hydraulics.” Ph.D Thesis, Utah State University, 2009.
Donald John Hallbom. “Pipe Flow Of Homogeneous Slurry.” Ph.D Thesis, The University Of British Columbia (Vancouver), Canada.
Ashish Shah. Rheology of Shear Thickening Mineral Slurries. M.Sc Thesis RMIT University, Australia.
Ö.N. Doğan, et al. “Prevention of Porosity Formation and Other Effects of Gaseous Elements in Iron Castings.” DOE/ARC-TR-05-018 – Albany Research Center, Albany, OR, Climax Research Services, Wixom, MI.
R Gerboni, et al. “Qualitative Report of present transport schemes for hydrogen and other energy vectors.” Oct 2005 – NEEDS report.
Y Gong, et al. “Offshore Methane Hydrates: Optimal Recovery and Utilization.” FINAL REPORT EGEE 580/FSc 503.
Allanore A,Lavelaine H, Xuan W. “Application of Modelling to the Development of an Electrochemical Pilot Cell.” Revue de Metallurgie, Cahiers d’Informations. Oct 2009. Vol 106 Issue 10 pp 440-454.
Miyamoto H, et al. “Fluid dynamical implications of anastomosing slope streaks on Mars.” Journal of Geophysical Research, Planets. June 2004- Vol 109 Issue E6 pp 440-454.
Environmental Engineering authors making reference to Baha’s work.
J.H.W.Lee, et al. Environmental Hydraulics and Sustainable Water management -14th Congress of Asia and Pacific Division, International Association of Hydraulic Engineering and Research, Hong Kong, December 2004.
R Riggs, et al. PFA from Didcot Power Station. A Summary of Alternative Options for its Disposal commissioned by Save Radley Lakes. Sept 2007.
Marcin Niemiec. “THE INFLUENCE OF BOTTOM SEDIMENTS ADDED TO GROUNDS ON THE QUANTITY BIOMASS OF PLANTS.” Department of Agricultural Chemistry, Agricultural University of Cracow.
Papers on Slurry Hydraulics and Dredging, Mining
Abulnaga, Baha. “Split Vanes Reduce Recirculation in Slurry Pumps.” (First of two parts) Pumps & Systems Nov. 2014: 87-89.
Abulnaga, B. Woods, N. Prescott, A. Mantha, Fluor Corporation. “Pumping Hydrate Slurries in the Arctic: A Different Perspective.” presented at OTC 2014.
B.E Abulnaga, K. Rushdi. “Froude Number and Hydraulic Jumps in Open Channel Slurry Flows.” Transactions of Society of Mining Engineering – 2013.
N. Dockery II, B.E. Abulnaga,– 2012 – “Water Hammer Considerations For A Tailings Pipeline.” Tailings And Mine Waste, 2012 – Keystone, Colorado.
Baha E. Abulnaga. “A Two-Layer Approach for Tailings in Open Channels.” Paper submitted for Tailings and Mine Waste, 2011 Vancouver, BC, November 6 to 9, 2011.
B.E Abulnaga “Slurry Pipelines for Egypt and Sudan.” Mining Engineering Journal, March 2010.
B.E Abulnaga & M. Abdel-Fadil, “Enhancing the Performance of Nubia-Nasser Lake by Sediment Dams.” Water Science Journal, National Water Research Center, Egypt, October 2008
B.E Abulnaga & M.El-Sammany “Mine Over Matter.” International Water Power and Dam Construction, United Kingdom, November 2003
B E Abulnaga – “Pumped Clean.” WORLD COAL 15, no. 2, (2006): 33-36 – -DORKING THEN FARNHAM-
B.E Abulnaga. “Pumping Oil Sand Froth.” 21st International Pump Users Symposium. Baltimore, Maryland. Published by Texas A&M University, Texas. March 2004.
B.E Abulnaga, Ken Major. “Selection and Sizing of Slurry Lines, Pump Boxes and Launders.” Mineral Processing Plant Design Conference, Vancouver. Published by The Society of Mining Engineers, Denver, Colorado. October 2002.
K.E.Burgess, B.E Abulnaga “The Application of Finite Element methods to Warman Pumps and Process Equipment.” 1991. Paper presented to the Fifth International Conference on Finite Element Analysis in Australia, University of Sydney, Australia (July 91).
Baha E Abulnaga – “Axial Flow Fans in Parallel for the Ventilation of Tank Houses of SX/EW Plants” Conference paper CIM – TAMI-D3 – CIM Conference Vancouver, April 97 – Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum
B E Abulnaga – “Prospects for Modern Mining of Gold in Egypt.”
Conference Proceeding – Randol Global Mining Opportunities, Vancouver 1996
Papers on Combustion Aerodynamics, Lance Design, Smelting Furnaces
Baha E Abulnaga, J D Hooper, R Irrang. “An experimental Investigation of Velocity and Pressure Profiles of Annular Swirling Flows in the Sirosmelt Lance.” Research report No VI6-454 – Clayton, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Mineral and Process Engineering, June 1989.
Baha E Abulnaga. “Air Pressure measurements on the Isasmelt Copper Smelter at Mount Isa” Research Paper No VI6-480 – Clayton, Vic – CSIRO Division of Mineral and Process Engineering, Dec 1989
A. Musgrove , J. Hooper, R. Mortensen and B. E Abulnaga. “The turbulence field of a gas Agitated Water Tank Using the LDV Technique in Pseudo-Cylindrical Geometry.” Research report No VI6-472 – Clayton, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Mineral and Process Engineering, October 1989.
J.Hooper and B. E Abulnaga. “The Design and Experimental Evaluation of an Aerodynamic Swirler for a Top Injection Lance System.” Research report No VI6-555 – Clayton, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Mineral and Process Engineering, May 1992.
Air Cushion Vehicles for Off-Road Transportation
Abulnaga, B. E. “Design criteria for light high speed desert air cushion vehicles.” 1986 CACTS International Conference on Air Cushion Technology, Toronto, Canada, Sept. 16-18, 1986, Preprints (A88-16690 04-31). Ottawa, Canadian Air Cushion Technology Society, 1986, p. 2-9. – 9/1986 –
Abulnaga, B. E. “Dynamics of Air Propelled Vehicles for Egyptian Deserts.” The Aeronautical Quarterly – Royal Aeronautical Society, U.K., 1988
Abulnaga, B. E. “Dynamics of Air Propelled Vehicles for Egyptian Deserts.” The Aeronautical Quarterly – Royal Aeronautical Society, U.K. – 1988
Abulnaga B.E, “Air Propelled Vehicles for Sand Deserts – Future Prospects for the Australian Industry.” Conference paper – Aerospace ’88 Australia, 10-11th October 1988 Royal Aeronautical Society in Australia.
Abulnaga B.E., J.E. Laframboise. “Yellowknife to Lac De Gras: An Evaluation of Hovercraft Transportation in the N.W.T.” CACTS Intl. Conf. on Air Cushion Technology. 1995 – Canadian Air Cushion Tech Soc, CN /CANADIAN AERONAUTICS & SPACE INST.
Research on Micro-Hydropower
“The Abulnaga approach to Non-Newtonian Open Channels.” Described in the Aspen manual
Nuclear waste slurry