Diego Barletta
Diego Barletta
Associate professor of Chemical Engineering, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of
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Life cycle assessment of future electric and hybrid vehicles: A cradle-to-grave systems engineering approach
C Tagliaferri, S Evangelisti, F Acconcia, T Domenech, P Ekins, D Barletta, ...
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 112, 298-309, 2016
582016
Aggregation phenomena in fluidization of cohesive powders assisted by mechanical vibrations
D Barletta, M Poletto
Powder Technology 225, 93-100, 2012
542012
An investigation of the effect of the interparticle forces on the fluidization behaviour of fine powders linked with rheological studies
G Bruni, P Lettieri, D Newton, D Barletta
Chemical engineering science 62 (1), 387-396, 2007
532007
Flow properties and arching behavior of biomass particulate solids
F Miccio, D Barletta, M Poletto
Powder Technology 235, 312-321, 2013
502013
Co-gasification of coal–petcoke and biomass in the Puertollano IGCC power plant
D Sofia, PC Llano, A Giuliano, MI Hernández, FG Peña, D Barletta
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 92 (8), 1428-1440, 2014
412014
Modelling and experiments on the effect of air humidity on the flow properties of glass powders
G Landi, D Barletta, M Poletto
Powder Technology 207 (1), 437-443, 2011
402011
A rheological model for the flowability of aerated fine powders
G Bruni, D Barletta, M Poletto, P Lettieri
Chemical engineering science 62 (1), 397-407, 2007
402007
Arch-free flow in aerated silo discharge of cohesive powders
A Cannavacciuolo, D Barletta, G Donsì, G Ferrari, M Poletto
powder Technology 191 (3), 272-279, 2009
382009
Experimental Measurements and Thermodynamic Modeling of CO2 Solubility at High Pressure in Model Apple Juices
G Ferrentino, D Barletta, F Donsì, G Ferrari, M Poletto
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 49 (6), 2992-3000, 2010
372010
Solid flow rate prediction in silo discharge of aerated cohesive powders
D Barletta, G Donsi, G Ferrari, M Poletto, P Russo
AIChE journal 53 (9), 2240-2253, 2007
352007
On the role and the origin of the gas pressure gradient in the discharge of fine solids from hoppers
D Barletta, G Donsı̀, G Ferrari, M Poletto
Chemical engineering science 58 (23), 5269-5278, 2003
322003
PROCESS PATHWAYS OPTIMIZATION FOR A LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOREFINERY PRODUCING LEVULINIC ACID, SUCCINIC ACID AND ETHANOL
A Giuliano, R Cerulli, M Poletto, G Raiconi, D Barletta
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2016
292016
Dynamic response of a vibrated fluidized bed of fine and cohesive powders
D Barletta, P Russo, M Poletto
Powder Technology 237, 276-285, 2013
282013
The measurement of powder flow properties with a mechanically stirred aerated bed
I Tomasetta, D Barletta, P Lettieri, M Poletto
Chemical Engineering Science 69 (1), 373-381, 2012
282012
The effect of mechanical vibration on gas fluidization of a fine aeratable powder
D Barletta, G Donsì, G Ferrari, M Poletto, P Russo
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 86 (4), 359-369, 2008
272008
Process optimization of a multi-product biorefinery: The effect of biomass seasonality
A Giuliano, M Poletto, D Barletta
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 107, 236-252, 2016
262016
A comparison between interparticle forces estimated with direct powder shear testing and with sound assisted fluidization
R Chirone, F Raganati, P Ammendola, D Barletta, P Lettieri, M Poletto
Powder Technology 323, 1-7, 2018
252018
The High Temperature Annular Shear Cell: A modified ring shear tester to measure the flow properties of powders at high temperature
I Tomasetta, D Barletta, M Poletto
Advanced Powder Technology 24 (3), 609-617, 2013
252013
Bulk flow properties of sieved samples of a ceramic powder at ambient and high temperature
R Chirone, D Barletta, P Lettieri, M Poletto
Powder Technology 288, 379-387, 2016
232016
Correlation of powder flow properties to interparticle interactions at ambient and high temperatures
I Tomasetta, D Barletta, M Poletto
Particuology 12, 90-99, 2014
232014
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