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Chemical and Petroleum Engineering

, Volume 44, Issue 7–8, pp 417–424 | Cite as

Use of regression equations to calculate suspension-separation indicators in hydrocyclones

  • V. O. Yablonskii
Research, Design, Calculations, and Operating Experience Processes and Equipment for Chemical and Oil-Gas Production

Abstract

A procedure is developed for calculation of suspension-separation indicators of hydrocyclones using a regression model, which describes the suspension-separation process with a non-Newtonian dispersion medium in hydrocyclones, and is presented in the form of a relationship between the distribution of integral separation indicators over the height of the effective space and the determining similitude numbers and rheologic constants of the medium being separated. The influence exerted by the determining similitude numbers and rheologic constants of the medium being separated on the distribution of the degree of thickening of solid-phase particles over the height of the working space of the hydrocyclone is analyzed in conformity with the regression model obtained.

Keywords

Cyclone Dispersion Medium Axial Velocity Component Entire Height Effective Space 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. O. Yablonskii
    • 1
  1. 1.Volgograd State Technical UniversityVolgogradRussia

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