The Editor’s Choice article for the July issue is the newest addition to our Established Leaders Special Series. “Influence of the droplet trajectory on the resulting droplet deformation and droplet size distribution in high-pressure homogenizer orifices” is an open access article by authors from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany, and the Federal Research Institute of Nutrition and Food, Karlsruhe, Germany. In the Issue Highlights, the authors note, “The scope of this investigation is to determine the influence of the droplet trajectory on the droplet size distribution of emulsions of different viscosity ratios during high-pressure homogenization”.
Be sure to explore the other Issue Highlight articles from this issue as well:
“Optimization of operation conditions for improved cytochrome P450BM3 enzymatic reaction yield”, from our Biotechnology, Biochemical and Biomedical Engineering content category, is by authors from Université Laval.
“A new outlook and a model of reactions in porous media”, from our Reaction Engineering, Chemical Kinetics, and Catalysis content category, is by authors from the University of Scranton and King’s College, Pennsylvania, USA.
“Stability criteria and convective mass transfer from the falling spherical drops, part I: Bingham plastic fluid”, from our Transport Phenomena, Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics content category, is by authors from the Indian Institute of Technology. Part II, “Stability criteria and convective mass transfer from the falling spherical drops, part II: Herschel–Bulkley fluids” is also included in the July issue.
Have you explored CJCE’s latest virtual issue—Current Trends in Chemical Engineering Research—yet? This special virtual issue features recently published articles (2021 and 2022) on topics that are currently relevant within the chemical engineering community, from the biodegradation of microplastics to tissue engineering. Access this virtual issue during the month of July while it’s free-to-read.