Fluidization Engineering, Second Edition, expands on its original scope to encompass these new areas and introduces reactor models specifically for these contacting regimes. Completely revised and updated, it is essentially a new book. Its aim is to distill from the thousands of studies those particular developments that are pertinent for the engineer concerned with predictive methods, for the designer, and for the user and potential user of fluidized beds. Covers the recent advances in the field of fluidization. Presents the studies of developments necessary to the engineers, designers, and users of fluidized beds.Determine the diameter of spheres to be used if the thickness of the fixed bed is to be 20 cm and Apa = 4 kPa. ... at reactor exit: Ps = 1.5 g/cma#39; emf = 0.5, Linf = 4 m 20AdC, 101 kPa 20, 000 m3/hr 1000 kPa Use y = 1.4, n = 0.8, Apd = 0.3 Apb. 6. ... 133, Academic Press, New York, 1985, M. Filla, L. Massimilla et al., in Fluidization V, K. Qstergaard and A. SAcrensen, eds., p. ... XT. Nguyen and L.S. Leung, Chem. Eng. Sci., 27, 1748 (1972). S.P. Sit, in Fluidization V. K. Astergaard and A. 10. 11.
|Author||:||D. Kunii, Octave Levenspiel|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|