Prediction of the heat transfer with particulate fluidization
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Particulate fluidization is the typical flow pattern in liquid fluidized beds. The term ‘particulate fluidization’ is used when the fluidized particles are homogeneously distributed by the fluidizing agent and the fluid dynamic behaviour of the bed can be described by the behaviour of a volume cell containing one particle. As with aggregate fluidization, a flow condition is named where particle-free fluid ‘bubbles’ occur alongside homogeneously distributed particles, which is the case with bubbling fluidized beds. With aggregate fluidization a characteristic volume cell cannot be marked off.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Heat Transfer Coefficient Nusselt Number Particulate Fluidization Heat Transfer Equation
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