Chemical Process Analysis and Design for Multiparticle Systems
Many important metallurgical unit operations involve chemical reactions between solid particles and one or more components of a fluid phase. Leaching, roasting, gaseous reduction, and other gas-solid reactions are examples. Most commonly, the particles were produced by previous grinding and particle-size classification operations, usually on minerals.
KeywordsPlug Flow Reactor Residence Time Distribution Pore Diffusion Particle Reaction Average Residence Time
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