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On the superficial gas velocity in deep gas–solids fluidized beds

Li, Tingwen ; Grace, John ; Shadle, Lawrence ; Guenther, Chris

Chemical Engineering Science, 2011, Vol.66(22), pp.5735-5738 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    On the superficial gas velocity in deep gas–solids fluidized beds
  • Autor: Li, Tingwen ; Grace, John ; Shadle, Lawrence ; Guenther, Chris
  • Assuntos: Circulating Fluidized Bed ; Bubbling Fluidized Bed ; Pressure Drop ; Superficial Gas Velocity ; CFD ; Boundary Condition ; Engineering
  • É parte de: Chemical Engineering Science, 2011, Vol.66(22), pp.5735-5738
  • Descrição: The superficial gas velocity is one of the key parameters used to determine the flow hydrodynamics in gas–solids fluidized beds. However, the superficial velocity varies with height in practice, and there is no consistent basis for its specification. Different approaches to determine the superficial gas velocity in a deep gas–solids system are shown to cause difficulties in developing models and in comparing predictions with experimental results. In addition, the reference conditions for superficial gas velocity are important in modeling of deep gas–solids systems where there is a considerable pressure drop. ► We discussed the variation of superficial gas velocity in deep fluidized beds. ► We demonstrated the necessity of a consistent definition of superficial gas velocity. ► We recommended the superficial gas velocity based on the exit conditions.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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