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Wall-to-bed heat transfer in circulating fluidized beds

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Journal
International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer
0735-1933
Publisher
Elsevier
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Volume
26
Issue
4
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DOI: 10.1016/s0735-1933(99)00035-4

Abstract

Abstract Heat Transfer from the wall of a circulating fluidized bed to the fast bed suspension has been investigated for several materials. The range of investigation includes dense and dilute phase fast fluidization and pneumatic transport. The overall heat transfer coefficient was found to be a function mainly of cross-sectional average suspension density. Effects of superficial velocity and solids mass flux were obscured by their interrelationship to the suspension density. Two models from the literature are evaluated using present and published data.

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