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|標題:||Effects of high temperature and combustion on fluidized material attrition in a fluidized bed||作者:||Lin, C.L.
|關鍵字:||gas-solid fluidized bed;attrition;powder;combustion;incineration;particle-size distribution;lime sorbents;coal;gasification;incineration;efficiency;absorber;velocity;steam;waste||Project:||Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering||期刊/報告no：:||Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, Volume 20, Issue 6, Page(s) 1123-1130.||摘要:||
This study investigated the effects of high temperature and combustion conditions on the attrition of fluidized material in a fluidized bed. Silica sand was fluidized in air at an atmospheric pressure between 873 K and 1,073 K. The operating parameters evaluated in investigating the attrition rate of fluidized material included particle size, temperature and both combustion and non-combustion conditions. Experimental results indicated that the total weight of attrition increased with increasing temperature and decreased with increasing particle size. The attrition was higher during the initial fluidization period than the later period, due to the loss of sharp corners and edges of the attrition particles. The initial and final attrition rates during combustion were higher than those in the non-combustion condition, because the heat and thermal shock were produced to increase attrition rate during incineration. Comparing the experimental data with previous correlations, that reveals a significant level of error in the prediction results from existing correlations. This error may occur because the experimental equations neglected the operating temperature and particle size.
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