Low-Cost Experiments in Mass Transfer: Part 3. Mass Transfer in a Bubble Column


  • I. Nirdosh Lakehead University
  • L.J. Garred Lakehead University
  • M.H.I. Baird McMaster University


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Author Biographies

I. Nirdosh, Lakehead University

lnder Nirdosh received his BSc and MSc in chemical engineering from Panjab University (India) and his PhD from Birmingham University (United Kingdom). He joined Lakehead University in 1981, and his research interests are in the fields of mineral processing and electrochemical engineering.

L.J. Garred, Lakehead University

Laurie J. Garred is Professor of Chemical Engineering at Lakehead University. He received his BASc from the University of Toronto in engineering science and his PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Minnesota. His research interests in biomedical engineering focus on mathematical modeling applications in kidney failure patients maintained on dialysis.

M.H.I. Baird, McMaster University

Malcolm Baird received his PhD in chemical engineering from Cambridge University in 1960. After some industrial experience and a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Edinburgh, he joined the McMaster University faculty in 1967. His research interests are liquid-liquid extraction, oscillatory fluid flows, and hydrodynamic modeling of metallurgical processes.