Erich Windhab
Erich Windhab
Professor Food Process Engineering, ETH Zurich
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Drop formation in a co-flowing ambient fluid
C Cramer, P Fischer, EJ Windhab
Chemical Engineering Science 59 (15), 3045-3058, 2004
5122004
Stress-and strain-controlled measurements of interfacial shear viscosity and viscoelasticity at liquid/liquid and gas/liquid interfaces
P Erni, P Fischer, EJ Windhab, V Kusnezov, H Stettin, J Läuger
Review of scientific instruments 74 (11), 4916-4924, 2003
2312003
Rheology of food materials
P Fischer, EJ Windhab
Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science 16 (1), 36-40, 2011
1652011
Emulsion processing—from single-drop deformation to design of complex processes and products
EJ Windhab, M Dressler, K Feigl, P Fischer, D Megias-Alguacil
Chemical Engineering Science 60 (8-9), 2101-2113, 2005
1432005
Flow characteristics and modelling of foam generation in a continuous rotor/stator mixer
W Hanselmann, E Windhab
Journal of Food Engineering 38 (4), 393-405, 1998
1121998
Air cell microstructuring in a high viscous ice cream matrix
MD Eisner, H Wildmoser, EJ Windhab
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 263 (1-3 …, 2005
1092005
Triple fortification of salt with microcapsules of iodine, iron, and vitamin A
MB Zimmermann, R Wegmueller, C Zeder, N Chaouki, R Biebinger, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 80 (5), 1283-1290, 2004
1032004
Interfacial rheology of surface-active biopolymers: Acacia senegal gum versus hydrophobically modifed starch
P Erni, EJ Windhab, R Gunde, M Graber, B Pfister, A Parker, P Fischer
Biomacromolecules 8 (11), 3458-3466, 2007
1012007
Impact of disperse microstructure on rheology and quality aspects of ice cream
H Wildmoser, J Scheiwiller, EJ Windhab
LWT-Food Science and Technology 37 (8), 881-891, 2004
1012004
Effect of sugar, cocoa particles and lecithin on cocoa butter crystallisation in seeded and non-seeded chocolate model systems
L Svanberg, L Ahrné, N Lorén, E Windhab
Journal of Food Engineering 104 (1), 70-80, 2011
862011
Continuous membrane emulsification by using a membrane system with controlled pore distance
V Schadler, EJ Windhab
Desalination 189 (1-3), 130-135, 2006
822006
Influence of emulsifiers on ice cream produced by conventional freezing and low-temperature extrusion processing
S Bolliger, B Kornbrust, HD Goff, BW Tharp, EJ Windhab
International Dairy Journal 10 (7), 497-504, 2000
802000
Rheological study of concentrated suspensions in pressure-driven shear flow using a novel in-line ultrasound Doppler method
B Ouriev, EJ Windhab
Experiments in fluids 32 (2), 204-211, 2002
792002
Stress driven shear bands and the effect of confinement on their structures a rheological, flow visualization, and rheo-sals study
V Herle, P Fischer, EJ Windhab
Langmuir 21 (20), 9051-9057, 2005
712005
Sorbitan tristearate layers at the air/water interface studied by shear and dilatational interfacial rheology
P Erni, P Fischer, EJ Windhab
Langmuir 21 (23), 10555-10563, 2005
702005
Rheology of concentrated suspensions containing mixtures of spheres and fibres
I Marti, O Höfler, P Fischer, EJ Windhab
Rheologica acta 44 (5), 502-512, 2005
682005
Simulation and experiments of droplet deformation and orientation in simple shear flow with surfactants
K Feigl, D Megias-Alguacil, P Fischer, EJ Windhab
Chemical engineering science 62 (12), 3242-3258, 2007
672007
A numerical procedure for calculating droplet deformation in dispersing flows and experimental verification
K Feigl, SFM Kaufmann, P Fischer, EJ Windhab
Chemical Engineering Science 58 (11), 2351-2363, 2003
662003
Stability of foams containing proteins, fat particles and nonionic surfactants
MD Eisner, SAK Jeelani, L Bernhard, EJ Windhab
Chemical engineering science 62 (7), 1974-1987, 2007
642007
Deformation of single emulsion drops covered with a viscoelastic adsorbed protein layer in simple shear flow
P Erni, P Fischer, EJ Windhab
Applied Physics Letters 87 (24), 244104, 2005
622005
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