A study of dilute to dense flow in a circulating fluidized bed

Claus Hübbe Ibsen, Tron Solberg, Bjørn H. Hjertager

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Abstract

This work concerns a experimental and numerical study on how the amount of particles influences the flow in the CFB. Experiments are performed with a 1D Laser and Phase doppler anemometry, whereby data of axial velocity, RMS velocity and particle diameter is obtained. The numerical simulations are based on a Multiphase Computational Fluid Dynamics code, where the conservation equations for the solid phases are based on the kinetic theory of granular flow. The experimental data is used to evaluate the multiphase CFD code with alternative gas-solid drag models, which showed an improved agreement with the experimental findings.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationINTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON MULTI-PHASE FLOW AND TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
Number of pages8
PublisherBegell House
Publication date2001
Pages372-379
ISBN (Print)1-56700-162-9
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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Ibsen, C. H., Solberg, T., & Hjertager, B. H. (2001). A study of dilute to dense flow in a circulating fluidized bed. In INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON MULTI-PHASE FLOW AND TRANSPORT PHENOMENA (pp. 372-379). Begell House.
Ibsen, Claus Hübbe ; Solberg, Tron ; Hjertager, Bjørn H. / A study of dilute to dense flow in a circulating fluidized bed. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON MULTI-PHASE FLOW AND TRANSPORT PHENOMENA. Begell House, 2001. pp. 372-379
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A study of dilute to dense flow in a circulating fluidized bed. / Ibsen, Claus Hübbe; Solberg, Tron; Hjertager, Bjørn H.

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON MULTI-PHASE FLOW AND TRANSPORT PHENOMENA. Begell House, 2001. p. 372-379.

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