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標題: Influence of hydrodynamic parameters on particle attrition during fluidization at high temperature
作者: Lin, C.L.
Wey, M.Y.
關鍵字: gas-solid fluidization;attrition rate;high temperature;size distribution;bed reactor;bituminous coal;lime sorbents;combustion;velocity;elutriation;anthracite;absorber
Project: Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering
期刊/報告no:: Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, Volume 22, Issue 1, Page(s) 154-160.
In a fluidized bed, attrition both increases the number of particles and reduces particle size, which may affect reactor performance; fluidizing properties, operating stability and operating costs. Most fluidized applications are conducted at high temperature, but in the past most attrition correlations were performed at room temperature, so the attrition rate at high temperature could not be predicted. In contrast, this study investigates the attrition rate of fluidized materials at high temperature. Silica sand was used as the bed material; the operating parameters included temperature, particle size, static bed height and gas velocity to assess the attrition rate. Then an appropriate correlation was developed by regression analysis to predict attrition rate at high temperature. Experimental results indicated that the attrition rate increases with increasing temperature. In addition, the particle attrition increased as average particle size decreased because the probability of collision increases with surface area. The attrition rate increased with increasing gas velocity because of increased kinetic stress of particle movement. The actual density and viscosity of air at specific fluidization temperature were modified and an Ar number was introduced to fit our experimental data. The experimental correction agrees with the experimental results, which can predict particle attrition rate at high temperatures.
ISSN: 0256-1115
DOI: 10.1007/bf02701478
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