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作者:Zhiduan Zhao , Daoyin Liu , Jiliang Ma ...
来源:[J].Chemical Engineering Journal(IF 3.473), 2020, Vol.388
摘要:Abstract(#br)Fluidization of nanoparticle agglomerates is a promising technology to process nanoparticles, where the nanoparticles always exist in complex agglomerates due to strong interparticle forces. In this study, we propose an assisted method by combing vibration and stirri...
作者:Parimanan Cherntongchai , Sattawat Chaiwattana , Rattanaporn Leruk
来源:[J].Powder Technology(IF 2.024), 2018
摘要:Abstract(#br)Intrinsic bed expansion characteristics in a sound assisted fluidization of Geldart's group A powder were investigated. To obtain an accurate bed expansion data, a 1-valve and 2-valve bed collapse experiment, together with a bed collapse model for a correct interpret...
作者:Chunbo Hu , Pingyu Zhang , Xinlong Wang ...
来源:[J].Powder Technology(IF 2.024), 2020, Vol.362, pp.817-825
摘要:Abstract(#br)This reported investigation dealt with the effect of the addition of internal blades to a fluidized bed and how this modification affected the bed's minimum fluidization velocity and the particle agglomerate size of LiF. This modification resulted in a new concept of...
作者:Parimanan Cherntongchai , Sattawat Chaiwattana , Rattanaporn Leruk ...
来源:[J].Powder Technology(IF 2.024), 2019, Vol.350, pp.123-133
摘要:Abstract(#br)This study aimed to investigate the hydrodynamic behaviours of sound-assisted fluidization of Geldart group A powders under the effects of standing wave characteristics resulting from varying sound wave properties. The sound wave properties used in this were a sound ...
作者:Víctor Martín , María José Cocero , Soraya Rodríguez-Rojo
来源:[J].Powder Technology(IF 2.024), 2017, Vol.318, pp.242-247
摘要:Abstract(#br)The present work focuses on the study of fluidization of nanoparticle agglomerates with SC-CO 2 at different temperatures (308–320 K) and pressures (7.7–14.4 MPa). These conditions allow this work to be carried out in a wide range of densities, varying from ...
作者:S. Anweiler
来源:[J].Journal of Environmental Management(IF 3.057), 2017
摘要:Abstract(#br)Many industries use fluidization of solid particles for energy efficiency or environmental friendly process development, and this paper introduces research techniques developed for investigating gas-particle systems At present there is plenty of room for refining gas...
作者:Xi Gao , Tingwen Li , Avik Sarkar ...
来源:[J].Chemical Engineering Science(IF 2.386), 2018, Vol.184, pp.33-51
摘要:... This study focused on the evaluation of an enhanced filtered drag model along with other different drag models derived from different methods for three-dimensional two-fluid model simulations of gas-solid fluidized beds of Geldart A particles covering a broad range of fluidization...
作者:Mariusz Kaczmarek , Marek Marciniak , Anna Szczucińska
来源:[J].Journal of Hydrology(IF 2.964), 2019, Vol.579
摘要:Abstract(#br)This paper presents the results of column tests in which the fluidization of sands was studied as a result of water flow, while the hydraulic gradient was used as the independent variable. Three stages of the experiment were distinguished: increase in pressure, fluidization...
作者:Keju An , Jean M. Andino
来源:[J].Powder Technology(IF 2.024), 2019, Vol.356, pp.200-207
摘要:Abstract(#br)A microjet and vibration assisted (MVA) fluidized bed was developed to enhance the fluidization quality of nanosized TiO 2 particles. Two commercially available TiO 2 nanopowders, P25 and P90, were tested. Fluidization quality was assessed by determining the non-dime...
作者:Zhijie Fu , Jesse Zhu , Shahzad Barghi ...
来源:[J].Chemical Engineering Science(IF 2.386), 2019, Vol.207, pp.194-201
摘要:Abstract(#br)Minimum fluidization velocity of binary mixtures is one of the most important parameters when applying an Air Dense Medium Fluidized Bed for dry coal beneficiation. Measurements of minimum fluidization velocities were carried out for binary mixtures of magnetite and ...

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