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Published by Hemisphere Pub. Corp. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fluidization -- Congresses.,
  • Heat -- Transmission -- Congresses.,
  • Mass transfer -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementedited by W.P.M. van Swaaij, N.H. Afgan.
    SeriesProceedings of the International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer,, 20
    ContributionsSwaaij, W. P. M. van., Afgan, Naim.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP156.F65 H43 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 732 p. :
    Number of Pages732
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3028042M
    ISBN 100891164170
    LC Control Number85008511

    Heat and Mass Transfer Data Book book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.4/5.   Heat Transfer in Porous Media; Non-Newtonian Fluids; Techniques to Enhance Heat Transfer; Heat Pipes; Heat Transfer in Packed and fluidized beds; Condensation; Boiling; Measurement of Temperature and Heat Transfer; Heat Exchanger; Heat Transfer in . Heat transfer in Fluidized Bed Heat transfer between particles and gas Nu=Re p (Re p≺50) where Nu= hgpx kg L L for Tg-Ts Tg0-Ts = Very short(mm~5mm) Heat transfer between surface and bed h = hpc + hgc + hr particle gas radiation convection convection Figure h pc is controlled by k g.


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Get this from a library. Heat and mass transfer in fixed and fluidized beds. [W P M van Swaaij; Naim Hamdia Afgan;]. After that, convective heat transfer and radiative heat transfer in a gas-solid two-phase flow are described in detail. Finally, the method for calculating heat transfer in a fluidized bed is.

Abstract. This book discusses the following topics: single particles, fixed and quiescent reds; characterization of fluidized powders; hydrodynamics of bubbling fluidized beds; solids mixing; particle entrainment and carryover; high velocity fluidized beds; solid-gas separation; fluid-bed heat transfer; fluid-bed drying; fluid beds as chemical reactors; solids transfer in fluidized Author: Geldart, D.

Convective Heat and Mass Transfer Modeling in Gas-Fluidized Beds. Chemical Engineering & Technology28 (1), DOI: /ceat A. Dutta, P. Basu. An Investigation on Heat Transfer to the Standpipe of a Circulating Fluidized Bed by: Heat and Mass Transfer in Fixed and Fluidized Beds (Proceedings of the International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer) 1st Edition by W.P.M.

van Swaaij (Editor), N.H. Afgan (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or Format: Hardcover. The theory of heat transfer for single sphere and fixed beds indicates that for Re p Cited by: 1.

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Fluidized bed heat transfer G. ROY & K. SARMA Department of Chemical Engineering, Regional Engineering College, Rourkela ABSTRACT OUT of the three distinct mechanisms. This complete reference book covers topics in heat and mass transfer, containing extensive information in the form of interesting and realistic examples, problems, charts, tables, illustrations, and more.

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We also observed reasonably satisfactory agreement between the above correlation and some of the available heat and mass transfer data in both fixed and fluidized beds, Heat and mass transfer in fixed and fluidized beds book lhe range 2 C Re, C 2 x ion.

However, no accurate comparison of the correlation with fixed bed data was shown in our previous work and this is now given in Fig. by: Heat and Mass Transfer in Fixed-bed Tubular Reactor.

May 1. st, Junichiro Kugai. Abstract. Heat and mass transfer problem in a fixed-bed tubular reactor is one of the major concerns in the chemical engineering. The two dimensional axial plug flow model was used for a File Size: 1MB. The authors discuss flow through fixed beds, elutriation and entrainment, gas distributor and plenum design in fluidized beds, effect of internal tubes and baffles, general approaches to reactor design, applications for gasifiers and combustors, dilute phase pneumatic conveying, and applications for chemical production and s: 1.

V. Ganzha and Kala R. Aiel'o, “Hydrodynamics and heat transfer of binary and polydisperse fluidized beds,” Preprint, Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer, Academy of Sciences of the Belorussian SSR, No.

7, Minsk (), p. Google ScholarCited by: 6. mass transfer between phases. Despite these challenges, fluidized beds offer three distinct advantages over other process technologies: superior heat transfer, the ability to easily move solids like a fluid, and the ability to process materials with a wide particle size distribution.

The heat-transfer rate in a fluidized bed can be five to. A fluidized bed is a physical phenomenon occurring when a quantity of a solid particulate substance (usually present in a holding vessel) is placed under appropriate conditions to cause a solid/fluid mixture to behave as a is usually achieved by the introduction of pressurized fluid through the particulate medium.

This results in the medium then having many properties. Radiation heat transfer • Neglected (T max 1File Size: 1MB. Heat and mass transfer to/from a single active particle in bubbling and circulating fluidized beds have been studied with application to fluidized bed combustion.

A method of calculation of the heat and mass transfer coefficients in a bubbling fluidized bed (BFB) has been developed. The flow conditions in the emulsion phase, characterised by the Archimedes number, and the Cited by: Synopsis This report contains: *.

(a) A summary of the state of the art for heat transfer to surfaces in contact with fluidized beds, including a compilation of published investigations; with a listing and discussion of the various theo- retical, empirical/ and semi-empirical expressions for predicting heat transfer coefficients in fluidized beds.

The gas convective heat transfer coefficient in a fluidized bed can be eval uate d wi th thi s rel ati on [27,28,32]. (10)Author: Francis Oppong. There are a lot of books on the subject of Heat Transfer by different authors with different approaches to the subject.

Based on your need you can pick out one from them. I would categorise them for you * If you are preparing for some examinatio. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF HEAT TRANSFER IN A LARGE PARTICLE HEATED FLUIDIZED BED I. INTRODUCTION In recent years there has been considerable interest in the po-tential uses of large particle fluidized beds.

One of these uses is the combustion of coal in a fluidized bed of limestone, with a consequen-tial reduction of sulphur emissions. This book provides a much needed and thorough treatment of the heat transfer in agitated disperse systems.

It gives predictive equations for the heat transfer in moving beds, bubbling and circulating fluidized beds, pneumatic transport in vertical tubes and particulate fluidized beds.

The objective of this work is to model the heat transfer coefficient between an immersed surface and fixed and bubbling fluidized beds of granular phase change material (PCM).

The model consists of a two-region model with two different voidages in which steady and transient conduction problems are solved for the fixed and fluidized bed cases Cited by: 6. coefficient in a shallow fluidized bed heat exchanger (SFB heat exchanger) with five immersed tubes.

The author verified that the heat transfer coefficient increases with the decrease of the particle diameter and with the increase of the solid particle mass flow rate.

A decreasing heat transfer coefficient, from the solid inlet to the solid. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Heat and mass transfer in packed beds by Noriaki Wakao,Gordon and Breach Science Publishers edition, in EnglishPages: Vibratory Fluidized Bed (VFB) is a type of fluidized bed where the mechanical vibration enhances the performance of fluidization process.

Since the first discovery of vibratory fluidized bed, its vibration properties proves to be more efficient in dealing with fine particles which appears to be very difficult to achieve with normal fluidized bed.

mass and heat transfer, and particularly in the case of fluidized beds, catalytic chemical reactions. You will find a good deal of information about flow through packed and fluidized beds in the book by McCabe, Smith, and Harriott () and Perry’s Handbook (). File Size: KB.

Gas-Solid Mass Transfer. In the bubble phase of a fluidized bed, the solid particles are sufficiently separated so that in effect there is mass transfer between a gas and single particles.

The most widely used correlation for this purpose is the equation of Fröessling 20 for mass transfer to single spheres: (CD). mass and heat transfer, and particularly in the case of fluidized beds, catalytic chemical reactions.

You will find a good deal of information about flow through packed and fluidized beds in the book by McCabe, Smith, and Harriott (1) and Perry’s Handbook (2). Here, only a brief summary is given.

First, let us consider flow through a packed Size: 44KB. Gunn, D. “Transfer of Heat or Mass to Particles in Fixed and Fluidized-Beds.” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 21 (4): – Crossref Google Scholar. Lacey, P.

“Developments in the Theory of Particle Mixing.” Journal of Applied Chemistry 4 (5): – Google Scholar. Liu, A., and S. Liu. Cited by: 1. Germán D. Mazza and Guillermo F. Barreto, The gas contribution to heat transfer between fluidized beds of large particles and immersed surfaces, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 31, 3, (), ().

Hadi Wahyudi, Kaiwei Chu and Aibing Yu, 3D particle-scale modeling of gas–solids flow and heat transfer in fluidized beds with an immersed tube, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, /masstransfer, 97, (), ().

Modern applications of heat and mass transfer, e.g. nanotechnology, biotechnology, energy, material processing etc., are emphasized via examples and homework problems. The foundations of the numerical approach are discussed, so as to ensure that students understand the basis and limitations of these methods.

In a fixed or fluidized bed at low particle Reynolds numbers, the overall or effective Sherwood and Nusselt number has been found by many investigators to be much less than unity.

The limiting value of the particle Sherwood or Nusselt number based on local concentration or temperature differences is shown to be equal to or greater than by: 7. Book Title: Fundamentals of heat and mass transfer Author(s): C.P.

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Kothandaraman book large number of Complex problems along with the solutions are provided Objective type questions. The Minimum Fluidization Velocity Maximum Fluidization Descriptive Behavior of a Fluidized Bed - The Model of Kunii And Levenspiel Bubble Velocity and Cloud Size Fraction of Bed in Bubble Phase 3.

Mass Transfer in Fluidized Beds Gas – Solid Mass Transfer Mass Transfer Between the Fluidized-Bed Phases 4. A heat transfer textbook / John rd IV and J.H. Lienhard V, c Includes bibliographic references —Transmission Transfer rd, John H., V, – TJL Published by J.H.

Lienhard V Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Heat transfer surface viewed as a heat exchanger. Heat. I personally followed both foreign and Indian authors for understanding conceptual topics. I have gone through these books which I’ll be suggesting you in my answer hope it will clear all your doubts.

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Heat and mass transfer page 4 • Heat is an energy flow, defined -impervious systemsby (1) just for the case of mass (i.e.Mass Transfer in Fluidized Bed Drying of Moist Particulate 5 where the cloud-bubble mass transfer coefficient, kcb, was given earlier in Eq.

1 in terms of interchange coefficient. Note that the interchange coefficient is expressed as a rate constant (1/s), which can then be multiplied by the bubble volume per unit area to give the mass.