Analysis of the separation of low-concentration one-component suspensions has led to a general, dimensionless relation between the complex of constants in the Shilov equation, the bed geometry, and the filtration regime.
The exact form of this relation has been established from data on the separation of natural and artificial suspensions on beds of pulverized cermet, quartz sand, and calcined rock.
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Ayukaev, R.I., Venitsianov, E.V. & Volkov, A.A. Study of the filtrational separation of suspensions in porous media through sorption dynamics theory 2. Relation of the shilov equation constants to the physicochemical conditions of filtration. Russ Chem Bull 26, 1589–1593 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00925155
- Porous Medium
- Quartz Sand
- Dynamic Theory