An experimental study has been carried out of the effects of gas flow rate, size and density of catalyst and heat-transfer-agent particles, and specific loading of the apparatus with respect to heat-transfer agent, on the concentration of settling-out particles in a fluidized bed.
It is shown that the experimental values of the concentration of settling heat-transfer agent particles in the fluidized bed agree well with values calculated using a modification of Stokes' equation.
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Khotomlyanskii, L.N., Brun-Tsekhovoi, A.R., Katsobashvili, Y.R. et al. Determination of the concentration of particles settling out from a fluidized bed of finely dispersed catalyst. Chem Technol Fuels Oils 6, 498–501 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00714010
- Experimental Study
- Agent Particle
- Specific Loading