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|Title:||Gain and time-constant variations in liquid-fluidized beds||Authors:||Krishnaswamy, P.R.
|Issue Date:||Oct-1985||Citation:||Krishnaswamy, P.R.,Joseph, M.G. (1985-10). Gain and time-constant variations in liquid-fluidized beds. Powder Technology 44 (3) : 255-259. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Expansion and contraction characteristics of liquid-fluidized beds, as reflected in the way bed height varies following stepwise increase or decrease in fluidizing velocity, were studied for a few different systems. The transient bed level data were converted to frequency response and, utilising a first-order transfer function model reported in the literature, the parameters of interest (namely, the time-constant and static gain) were evaluated. The results were used to differentiate the influence of experimental variables, such as particle size, bed height and step-flow disturbance, on bed level dynamics. © 1985.||Source Title:||Powder Technology||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/67443||ISSN:||00325910|
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