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contributor.authorMurthy, J S N-
contributor.authorRoy, G K-
contributor.authorSubramanyam, N-
contributor.authorZutshi, K-
contributor.authorNaik, S C-
date.accessioned2009-07-31T01:56:01Z-
date.available2009-07-31T01:56:01Z-
date.issued1990-10-
identifier.citationIE (I) Journal-CH, Vol 71, October 1990en
identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2080/974-
description.abstractResidence time distribution (RTD) studies have been made in solid-liquid semi-fluidized beds with particle size, particle density, height of the static bed and position of restraint as variables. A comparison of experimental data with those obtained from various models, shows that the dispersed plug flow model represents the most Satisfactorily flow phenomenon in semi-fluidized beds. A number of correlations have been proposed for prediction of the mean residence time and the dispersion number based on dimensional analysis for the three stages—packed bed, fluidized bed and semi-fluidized bed of semi-fluidization. The correlations have been tested with independent runs and these are found to agree with the experimental data within 20% deviations.en
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titleResidence Time Distribution in Semi-Fluidized Bedsen
typeArticleen
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