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Blais, B., Bertrand, O., Fradette, L., & Bertrand, F. (2017). CFD-DEM simulations of early turbulent solid–liquid mixing: Prediction of suspension curve and just-suspended speed. Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 123, 388-406. Available

Blais, B., Lassaigne, M., Goniva, C., Fradette, L., & Bertrand, F. (2016). Development of an unresolved CFD–DEM model for the flow of viscous suspensions and its application to solid–liquid mixing. Journal of Computational Physics, 318, 201-221. Available

Blais, B., Lassaigne, M., Goniva, C., Fradette, L., & Bertrand, F. (2016). A semi-implicit immersed boundary method and its application to viscous mixing. Computer & Chemical Engineering, 85, 136-146. Available

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Delacroix, B., Fradette, L., Bertrand, F., & Blais, B. (2021). Which impeller should be chosen for efficientsolid–liquid mixing in the laminar and transitional regime? AIChE Journal. Available

Delacroix, B., Rastoueix, J., Fradette, L., Bertrand, F., & Blais, B. (2021). CFD-DEM simulations of solid-liquid flow in stirred tanks using a non-inertial frame of reference. Chemical Engineering Science, 230. Available

Delacroix, B., Bouarab, A., Fradette, L., Bertrand, F., & Blais, B. (2020). Simulation of granular flow in a rotating frame of reference using the discrete element method. Powder Technology, 369, 146-161. Available

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Fradette, L. (1999). Étude de dispersion dans un mélangeur statique Sulzer SMX [Ph.D. thesis, École Polytechnique de Montréal]. Available

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Reyjal, M., Tavares, J. R., Virgilio, N., & Fradette, L. (2013). Is the Maxwell–Garnett continuum model valid to predict the thermal conductivity of particle-stabilized (Pickering) emulsions? Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 52(13), 4962-4966. Available

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Sabri, F., Berthomier, K., Wang, C.-S., Fradette, L., Tavares, J. R., & Virgilio, N. (2019). Tuning particle–particle interactions to control Pickering emulsions constituents separation. Green Chemistry, 21(5), 1065-1074. Available

Sabri, F., Berthomier, K., Marion, A., Fradette, L., Tavares, J. R., & Virgilio, N. (2018). Sodium alginate-grafted submicrometer particles display enhanced reversible aggregation/disaggregation properties. Carbohydrate Polymers, 194, 61-68. Available

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