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CFD study of mixing and segregation in CFB risers: Extension of EMMS drag model to binary gas-solid flow
Alternative TitleChem. Eng. Sci.
Zhou, Q.; Wang, J. W.
2015
Source PublicationChemical Engineering Science
Pages637-651
AbstractThe Energy Minimization Multi-Scale (EMMS) drag model, using Sauter mean particle diameter to represent real particle size distribution, has proven to be effective in improving the accuracy of continuum modeling of gas-solid flow. Nevertheless, mixing and segregation characteristics in circulating fluidized bed (CFB) risers are very important in many situations, which necessitates the explicit consideration of the effects of particle size distribution on the bed hydrodynamics. To this end, an attempt is made to extend the EMMS drag model to binary gas-solid system, where four input parameters that can be obtained from computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation, including two slip velocities between gas and each particle phase and two particle concentrations of each phase, are used to solve the proposed EMMS drag model. Heterogeneous indexes, which are used to modify the drag correlation obtained from homogeneous fluidization, are then predicted and fed into multifluid model (MFM) to predict the dynamical behavior of mixing and segregation of binary gas-solid flow in a CEO riser. The effects of different drag force models, kinetic theories and particle-particle drag force models are also systematically evaluated. It was shown that (i) MFM with the proposed EMMS drag model and the kinetic theory developed by Chao et al. (Chemical Engineering Science 2011,66: 3605-3616) is able to correctly predict the mixing and segregation pattern in the studied riser, while MFM with homogenous drag forces and the simplified kinetic theory available in commercial software FLUENT completely fails; and (ii) with or without particle-particle drag force has a substantial influence upon the particle behavior. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
KeywordMesoscale Structures Emms Drag Model Binary Gas-solid Flow Fluidization Multiphase Flow Continuum Model Circulating Fluidized-bed Group-b Particles Kinetic-theory Eulerian Simulation Size Distribution Cluster Characteristics Mesoscale Structures Species Segregation Bidisperse Arrays Granular Mixtures
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Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/11906
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Zhou, Q.,Wang, J. W.. CFD study of mixing and segregation in CFB risers: Extension of EMMS drag model to binary gas-solid flow[J]. Chemical Engineering Science,2015:637-651.
APA Zhou, Q.,&Wang, J. W..(2015).CFD study of mixing and segregation in CFB risers: Extension of EMMS drag model to binary gas-solid flow.Chemical Engineering Science,637-651.
MLA Zhou, Q.,et al."CFD study of mixing and segregation in CFB risers: Extension of EMMS drag model to binary gas-solid flow".Chemical Engineering Science (2015):637-651.
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