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Oxygen concentration distribution in an airlift loop reactor
Li GQ(李国庆); Yang SZ(杨守志); Cai ZL(蔡昭铃); Chen JY(陈家镛)
1995
Source PublicationScience in China,Ser.A
Issue01Pages:107-115
Other Abstract<正> Oxygen, concentration distributions of the liquid and gas phases along the axial direction of an airlift loop reactor have been calculated for various gas superficial velocities and oxygen consumption rates with water and CMC solutions respectively by applying the axial backmixing model to the riser and the downcomer and the complete mixing model for the separator. The results show that the dissolved oxygen concentration is zero at the bottom part of the downcomer when the rate of dissolved oxygen consumption by microorganisms is very high.
KeywordOxygen Concentration Distribution Airlift Loop Reactor Mass Transfer Non-newtonian Fluid.
Document Type期刊论文
Version出版稿
Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/7007
Collection研究所(批量导入)
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Li GQ,Yang SZ,Cai ZL,et al. Oxygen concentration distribution in an airlift loop reactor[J]. Science in China,Ser.A,1995(01):107-115.
APA Li GQ,Yang SZ,Cai ZL,&Chen JY.(1995).Oxygen concentration distribution in an airlift loop reactor.Science in China,Ser.A(01),107-115.
MLA Li GQ,et al."Oxygen concentration distribution in an airlift loop reactor".Science in China,Ser.A .01(1995):107-115.
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