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Exploring the multi-phase nature of fluidization
Kwauk, M.
1998
Conference NameAIChE Annual Meeting
Issue318
Pages1-14
Conference DateNOV 16-21, 1997
Conference PlaceLOS ANGELES, CA
PublisherAmer Inst Chemical Engineers
AbstractWhen Fluidization was first studied in the 1940's, it was treated as a global phenomenon. People twelve Concerned,vith primary variables, such as, the velocity at which particles start to fluidize and how much the solids bed expand with velocity, etc. When chemical reaction took place in a fluidized bed, if was treated in the manner of its kin, the fixed-bed reactor in terms of yield, conversion, and other factors which obtain at the inlet and outlet of the fluidized bed. With intensification of application, however, we require mole precise knowledge about the in situ heterogeneity of the fluidized systems and we need to know what actually happens to individual particles as they react with the gas. This presentation explores the following aspects of the multi-phase nature of fluidization: Morphological Changes of Reacting Particles Heterogeneity/Homogeneity in Particle-Fluid Two-Phase Now Improvement of G/L Conatacting with Fluidized Solids Fluidization of Particles with Appreciable inter-Particle Forces.
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Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/11142
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Kwauk, M.. Exploring the multi-phase nature of fluidization[C]:Amer Inst Chemical Engineers,1998:1-14.
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