Hydraulic analysis of a water-ring air blower in a combined dust-collection system
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Use of a water-ring gas blower as a stage of the “wet removal” of dust from gases is examined. A procedure is presented for simplified analysis of the required excess pressure created by the gas blower, during which no liquid enters the gas cavity of the impeller and there is no reduction in the operating characteristics of the gas blower.
KeywordsDust Load Hydraulic Analysis Median Particle Diameter Cleaning Stage Recirculation Loop
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