X-ray Fluoroscopy Measurements and CFD Simulation of Hydrodynamics in a Two-Dimensional Gas-Solids Fluidized Bed

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X-ray Fluoroscopy Measurements and CFD Simulation of Hydrodynamics in a Two-Dimensional Gas-Solids Fluidized Bed 2016-10-25T11:54:27+00:00

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X-ray Fluoroscopy Measurements and CFD Simulation of Hydrodynamics in a Two-Dimensional Gas-Solids Fluidized Bed

He, Z., Wu, B., Bellehumeur, C. and Kantzas, A.

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Fluidization XII, Harrison Hot Springs, Vancouver, B.C., May 13-17, 2007.

ABSTRACT

X-ray fluoroscopy measurements and CFD simulation were used to characterize the hydrodynamics in a pseudo 2-D gas-solids bubbling fluidized bed using polyethylene resin and glass beads. Bubble properties, such as bubble frequency, bubble size, bubble number distribution and bubble diameter distribution, were estimated from Xray images and compared to those from CFD simulation.

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