Fluid Bed Technology in Materials Processing comprehensively covers the various aspects of fluidization engineering and presents an elaborate examination of the applications in a multitude of materials processing techniques.
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A separate chapter outlines the importance of fluidization engineering in high temperature processing, including an analysis of the fundamental concepts and applications of high temperature fluidized bed furnaces for several advanced materials processing techniques.
Presenting information usually not available in a single source, Fluid Bed Technology in Materials Processing serves
Table of Contents
Introduction Fluidlike Behavior Fluidization State Advantages of Fluidized Bed Disadvantages of Fluidized Bed Properties of Particles and the Granular Bed Particles Granular Bed Grouping of Gas Fluidization Hydrodynamics Based Groups Hydrodynamics and Thermal Properties Based Groups Variables Affecting Fluidization Varieties of Fluidization Hydrodynamics of Two Phase Fluidization Minimum Fluidization Velocity Terminal Velocity Flow Phenomena Particulate and Aggregative Fluidization Regimes of Fluidization Three Phase Fluidization Introduction Classification Hydrodynamics Turbulent Contact Absorber (TCA) Heat Transfer Introduction Groups Models Predictions of Heat Transfer Coefficient Heat Transfer to Immersed Surfaces Effects of Operating Variables Heat Transfer in Liquid Fluidized Beds Heat Transfer in Three Phase Fluidized Beds Mass Transfer Introduction Mass Transfer Steps Mass Transfer in Three Phase Fluidized Beds End Zones Grid Zone Elutriation References
Gupta, C. K.; Sathiyamoorthy, D.