Mixing of particles in apparatuses with a circulating fluidized bed
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A phenomenological model of mixing of particles in a circulating fluidized bed has been formulated; a distinctive feature of the model is allowance for convective particle fluxes in the radial direction that ensure a substantial decrease observed in practice in the concentration of the particles over the riser’s height. As a result of a comparison of experimental and calculated mixing curves it has been established that the value of the coefficient of radial dispersion of the particles lies in the interval 0.0006–0.006 m2/sec.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Radial Direction Distinctive Feature Transport Phenomenon Riser
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