Phillip Robbins

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Phillip Robbins works in the area of process understanding, particularly when linked to the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector, with a focus on food and pharmaceuticals processing looking at fouling and cleaning (hygiene). In addition, he is interested in the modelling of heat and mass transfer problems and microbial growth. Dr Robbins’s work focuses on system modelling, heat and mass transfer, high-shear blending, and fouling and cleaning. He currently co-supervises doctoral research on the following topics: Product recovery and thin film cleaning in the FMCG industry Pasteuriser fouling and cleaning Supercritical water oxidation Adhesion of biofilms The use of electro hydrodynamics for producing mono-dispersed droplets The effect of blending on inhalable drug performance

19992018

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