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|Title:||Flow behaviors in the downer of a large-scale triple-bed combined circulating fluidized bed system with high solids mass fluxes|
Chuan Lim, E.W.
|Keywords:||Bubbling fluidized bed|
Triple-bed combined circulating fluidized bed
|Source:||Guan, G., Fushimi, C., Ishizuka, M., Nakamura, Y., Tsutsumi, A., Matsuda, S., Suzuki, Y., Hatano, H., Cheng, Y., Chuan Lim, E.W., Wang, C.-H. (2011-09-15). Flow behaviors in the downer of a large-scale triple-bed combined circulating fluidized bed system with high solids mass fluxes. Chemical Engineering Science 66 (18) : 4212-4220. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ces.2011.06.006|
|Abstract:||The flow behaviors in the downer of a large-scale triple-bed circulating fluidized bed (TBCFB) gasifier cold model, which is composed of a downer (φ 0.1m×6.5m), a bubbling fluidized bed (BFB, 0.75×0.27×3.4m3), a riser (φ 0.1m×16.6m) and a gas-sealing bed (GSB, φ 0.158m×5m), were investigated. Sand particles with a density of 2600kg/m3 and an average particle size of 128γm were used as bed materials. Solids mass fluxes were in the range 113-524kg/m2s. Average solids holdup in the developed region of the downer increased with increasing solids mass flux. The gas seal between the riser and the downer had a large effect on the solids holdup distribution in the downer. Compared with the solids holdup in the riser, a relatively low solids holdup was formed in the downer even at high solids loadings. A pressure balance model was set up to predict the solids mass flux for this TBCFB system. It was found that the static bed height in the GSB had a great effect on the solids mass flux. The possibilities of achieving a high density solids holdup in a downer were discussed. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd.|
|Source Title:||Chemical Engineering Science|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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