2 edition of Measuring and modelling of particle-fluid flow in a riser reactor found in the catalog.
Measuring and modelling of particle-fluid flow in a riser reactor
Includes bibliographical references (p. 72-74).
|Series||VTT publications -- 88., VTT julkaisuja -- 88.|
|Contributions||Valtion teknillinen tutkimuskeskus.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
An example is the riser of a circulating gas fluidised bed. As the upward flow of gas causes the solid particles to accelerate from zero velocity at the bottom to an equilibrium velocity at the height of about five to ten meters, the full multiphase model is required to describe this process. Free essays, homework help, flashcards, research papers, book reports, term papers, history, science, politics.
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Under the volumetric flow balance conditions, we deduce different boundary conditions at the entrance and the exit of the reactor, and in both discrete model and. A three-dimensional model for gas-solid flow in a circulating fluidized bed (CFB) riser was developed based on computational particle fluid dynamics (CPFD).
The model was used to simulate the gas-solid flow behavior inside a circulating fluidized bed riser operating at various superficial gas velocities and solids mass fluxes in two fluidization regimes, a dilute phase Cited by: This study analyzes particle-fluid flow patterns in the riser, and diagnoses Measuring and modelling of particle-fluid flow in a riser reactor book uneven distribution of particle flow using a computational particle fluid dynamics (CPFD) method to solve this real industrial problem.
Through this analysis, the effect of the number of feed injectors is by: 1. Gas–solid flow in the riser of a dense fluidized bed using Geldart B particles (sand), at high gas velocity (– m/s) and with comparatively high solid flux (– kg/m 2 s), was investigated experimentally and simulated by computational fluid dynamics (CFD), both two- and three-dimensional and using the Gidaspow, O’Brien-Syamlal, Koch-Hill-Ladd and EMMS drag Cited by: 5.
Modelling and Simulation of Unsteady Reactive Fluid-Particle Multiphase Flows. Abbas, A. Ozel, JF Parmentier, R. Ansard, A. Konan, B.
Metay, - Spray into the enclosure of a nuclear reactor - Coal boiler for CO2 capture: "chemical looping" based on a Lagrangian modelling of particle- fluid, particle -particle. developed based on computational particle fluid dynamics (CPFD).
The model was used to simulate the gas-solid flow behavior inside a circulating fluidized bed riser operating at various. and return to the reactor at different elevations through the primary- and secondary-stage diplegs.
Figure 1. Three-dimensional large-scale reactor model with internals. The turbulent gas-solid flow inside the reactor was numerically simulated with the commercial Barracuda CPFD TM software package.
Three 2-stage (primary and secondary) cyclones. Particle-fluid two-phase flow: the energy-minimization minimum fluidization Mode PFC/FD Model LG operating conditions optical fiber parameters particle aggregation particle velocity particle-fluid contacting particle-fluid interaction particle-fluid system particle-fluid two-phase flow PFC regime References to this book.
Multiscaling in. With the development of computing power, the simulation of circulating fluidized bed (CFB) has developed from Measuring and modelling of particle-fluid flow in a riser reactor book simulation to riser-only simulation, then to full-loop simulation.
This paper compared these three methods based on pilot-scale CFB experiment data to find the scope of application of each method. All these simulations, using the Eulerian–Eulerian two Cited by: 1.
The flow structure, and particle-particle and particle-fluid forces are analysed to understand the fundamentals governing this effect.
The results suggest that the solids volume fraction of 20% (or M:C ratio of 4 by volume) is a critical point for the DMC. Gas–solid concurrent Measuring and modelling of particle-fluid flow in a riser reactor book possess unique features when compared to other gas–solid systems.
Establishing their fluid dynamic properties requires both experimental measurements of gas-solid flow properties and computational modeling. Measuring gas-solid flow properties such as cluster solid concentrations, individual cluster slip velocities, and cluster sizes, involves the Cited by: 3.
Laboratory for Simulation and Modelling of Particulate Systems Publications. SIMPAS Publications. When applying a measuring Measuring and modelling of particle-fluid flow in a riser reactor book to a laboratory or industrial gas–solid fluidized bed, the validity and accuracy of the measurement strongly depend on the intrinsic complexity of the flow system, such as the heterogeneous phase distribution, flow-regime variation, velocity and acceleration of gas and solid phase, flow disturbance as well as opacity Cited by: A particulate system can be described through the discrete approach at the microscopic level or through the continuum approach at the macroscopic level.
It is very significant to develop the method to link the two approaches for the development of models allowing a better understanding of the fundamentals of particulate systems. Several averaging Cited by: 9. Three flow configurations are considered in order to study the effect of finite particle size on the overall flowfield: (a) gravitational settling, (b) fluidization by Cited by: Abstract.
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We apply smoothed dissipative particle dynamics (SDPD) [Español and Revenga, Phys. Rev. E 67, ()] to model solid particles in suspension. SDPD is a thermodynamically consistent version of smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) and can be interpreted as a multiscale particle framework linking the macroscopic SPH to the mesoscopic Cited by: We report a computational fluid dynamics–discrete element method (CFD-DEM) simulation study on the interplay between mass transfer and a heterogeneous catalyzed chemical reaction in cocurrent gas-particle flows as encountered in risers.
Slip velocity, axial gas dispersion, gas bypassing, and particle mixing phenomena have been evaluated under riser flow conditions to Cited by: Figure 3: Computational domain for the fluid flow on the LD9 concentrator.
Figure 4: Computational domain for the Eulerian particulate-water flow on the LD9 concentrator. The volume fraction and mainstream velocity of the particulate phase were arbitrarily specified to give the desired flow rate.
Time-steps of s were used. In this work, a CFD model for simulating industrial scale particle-fluid systems is used to model a fluidized bed reactor for the deposition of high-purity silicon from silane gas.
The performance of these reactors is directly dependent on a large number of factors and parameters which make the design and optimization of the deposition reactors Cited by: 9.
3 Wang C-X and Zhu J-X, “Development in the Understanding of Gas-Solid Contract Efficiency in the Circulating Fluidized Bed Riser Reactor: A Review”, Chinese J.
of Chem. Eng., 24(1),4 Kong L, Zhu J-X and Zhang C, “Numerical Simulation of Catalytic Ozone Decomposition Reaction in a Gas-Solids Circulating Fluidized Bed Riser. Measuring gas −solid flow properties such as cluster solid concentrations, individual cluster slip velocities, and cluster sizes, involves the use of specialized optical equipment, as well as a rigorous data analysis by: 3.
An important topic in fluid dynamics is multiphase flows. Multiphase flows can be found in numerous fields in engineering, e.g. aerospace, biomedical, chemical, electrical, environmental, mechanical, materials, nuclear and naval engineering. There is an enormous variation in applications, e.g.
rocket engines, chemical reactors, contamination spreading, multiphase. The book comprises the fundamentals of the numerical simulation of fluid flows as well as the modelling of a power plant and plant components. The fundamental equations for heat and mass transfer will be prepared for the application in the numerical simulation.
Selected numerical methods will be discussed in detail. Work published on gas-solid fluidization since is reviewed, with emphasis on findings that appear to be new or to represent significant steps forward in advancing the understanding of fluidization phenomena, or which have potential practical implications.
Hydrodynamic regimes ranging from bubbling to fast fluidization are addressed. Mixing phenomena and circulating. list of pg courses in iit delhi. Urnf 1 t t t t (i) 0 (iilO 6 a where A is the cross-sectional area of the bed. the theory models a fluidized bed as consisting of: (a) A particulate phase in which the flow rate is equal to the flowrate for incipient fluidization) thus remains the best initial estimate for bubble flowrate.
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