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Several theories and methods for particulatization of aggregative fluidization have been proposed, including particle design (size, density, shape, surface structure, extraneous particles),... The bed's behavior after initial fluidization depends on the state of the reactant. If it is a liquid the bed expands uniformly with increased upward flow of the reactant. This is called homogenous fluidization. If the reactant is a gas the bed will be non-uniform because the gas forms bubbles in the bed, resulting in aggregative fluidization. This paper outlines a series of studies on particulate and aggregative fluidization, starting from its first observation in the 1940's and culminating in its modeling, which both discriminates and... Nov 24, 2015 · Beds of solids fluidized with Air usually exhibit what is called Aggregative or Bubbling Fluidization. At superficial velocities much greater than Vmf most of the gas passes through the bed as bubbles or voids which are almost free of solids, and only a small fraction of the gas flows in the channels between the particles. This condition is called aggregative fluidization .(8) If the gas velocity were increased excessively, the bubbles would grow so large that they would nearly or completely fill the cross-section of the tube pushing slugs of particles forming a slugging bed. (8) The correlation dimension of the heat transfer fluctation in the aggregative fluidization regime is higher than that in the particulate fluidization regime. This reflects the complex convective motion of liquid and solid phases induced by the formation of the liquid streaks and aggregates of particles.
 

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The bed's behavior after initial fluidization depends on the state of the reactant. If it is a liquid the bed expands uniformly with increased upward flow of the reactant. This is called homogenous fluidization. If the reactant is a gas the bed will be non-uniform because the gas forms bubbles in the bed, resulting in aggregative fluidization. Fluidization is a technique that enables solid particles to take on some of the properties of a fluid. Despite being very widely used within the food processing industry, understanding of this important technique is often limited. 7 Fluidisation The fluidisation principle is straightforward: passing a fluid upwards through a packed bed of solids produces a pressure drop due to fluid drag. When the fluid drag force is equal to the bed weight the particles no longer rest on each other; this is the point of fluidisation. Smooth or homogenously smooth fluidization occurs when the fluid velocity and flow distribution are the same, density and distribution of particles in the bed same or homogeneous so that the expansion of the same on each particle solids are same. ‘aggregative’ and ‘particulate’ fluidized bed characteristics to be demonstrated. The two air columns enable the effect of different packing material sizes to be demonstrated without having to remove, empty and repack a column. The MkII version also benefits from full electronic instrumentation and powerful armSOFT data logging software (aggregative fluidization). It is often difficult to classify a fluidized bed with either of these two classifications. For some systems there is a gradual transition from particulate fluidization to aggregative fluidi­ zation. In this transition region the bed does not fall into either of the two classifications given above. Abstract. Measurements are made on the heat-transfer coefficients between particles and fluid in the aggregative fluidized bed. In order to evaluate the heat-transfer coefficients, a proposed model takes into account of the variation of the particles-temperature and the fluid-temperature distributions throughout the bed is developped on the basis of an experimental investigation of the ...
 

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Several theories and methods for particulatization of aggregative fluidization have been proposed, including particle design (size, density, shape, surface structure, extraneous particles),... Other minimum fluidization correlations exist, but Eq. 3, based on the work of Wen and Yu (4), is the most popular. When the gas velocities increase beyond the minimum fluidization velocity, bubbles can form. The point at which this occurs depends on the particle size and density. Smaller or lighter particles tend to experience smooth fluidization

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This condition is called aggregative fluidization .(8) If the gas velocity were increased excessively, the bubbles would grow so large that they would nearly or completely fill the cross-section of the tube pushing slugs of particles forming a slugging bed. (8) Fluidization is a technique that enables solid particles to take on some of the properties of a fluid. Despite being very widely used within the food processing industry, understanding of this important technique is often limited.