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Theories on physical phenomena of homogenization


, : Theories on physical phenomena of homogenization. Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 25(1): 29-47

The various theories advanced to explain the homogenization process are reviewed and critically discussed. The evidence available points to cavitation and turbulence as the chief factors operating, the latter not only functioning as a possible causative agent for cavitation but also developing as a consequence of it, at least on a local scale.

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