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Conclusions and Future Developments

  • Dimitrios A. TsaoulidisEmail author
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Abstract

The worldwide energy demand is growing rapidly, whilst the use of fossil fuels becomes an unattractive solution because of reduced availability and impact on climate change. Nuclear energy is currently considered as a serious low carbon alternative which can provide sufficient amounts of energy using only a small amount of fission material. Moreover, the pressing demands of sustainable, efficient and safer processes make operations in intensified small scale devices an appealing option.

Keywords

Ionic Liquid Pressure Drop Particle Image Velocimetry Mass Transfer Coefficient Plug Flow 
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Reference

  1. Liu, H., Vandu, C. O., & Krishna, R. (2005). Hydrodynamics of Taylor flow in vertical capillaries: Flow regimes, bubble rise velocity, liquid slug length, and pressure drop. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 44, 4884–4897.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Chemical Engineering DepartmentUniversity College LondonLondonUK

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