2 edition of Product removal and solids transport from fluidized-bed calciners found in the catalog.
Product removal and solids transport from fluidized-bed calciners
E. S. Grimmett
by Dept. of Energy, Idaho Operations Office, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory in [Idaho Falls, Idaho], [Springfield, Va. : for sale by the National Technical Information Service
Written in English
|Series||ICP ; 1161, ICP -- 1161.|
|Contributions||Munger, D. H., United States. Dept. of Energy. Idaho Operations Office., Allied Chemical Corporation. Idaho Chemical Programs Operations Office., Idaho National Engineering Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Get this from a library. Product removal and solids transport from fluidized-bed calciners. [E S Grimmett; D H Munger; United States. Department of Energy. Idaho Operations Office.; Allied Chemical Corporation.
Idaho Chemical Programs Operations Office.; Idaho National Engineering Laboratory.]. "The preface to this book begins modestly: 'The primary objective of this book is to help beginners and students gain sufficient insight into the subject of fluidized bed technology from which they can form their own appreciation of the capabilities and limitations Product removal and solids transport from fluidized-bed calciners book the technology and proceed, if necessary to greater expertise.'Cited by: Until the introduction of Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) Calciners by Outotec (formerly Lurgi) inrotary kilns were the standard technology for the calcination of alumina.
The fluidized bed process creates a perfect condition for gas-solids reactions. It is widely used in the area of surface modification of various powders, and for different chemical reaction with gases (air, N 2, H 2, NH 3, CO 2, O 2, H 2 O (g), etc.) in the temperature up to 1, °C.
For this pur Circulating Fluidized Bed Technology pose, the Circulating Fluidized Bed operation is a process, which in many cases well satisfies the requirements for an intensive gas-solids mixing at precisely controllable temperatures and a high temperature constancy during reactions between gases and fine-grained by: Even at very low gas velocities, elutriation of fine particles from the fluidized bed can be an issue.
Procedyne has a solution in its high-temperature gas filtration system, which can be integral to the fluid bed process vessel, for virtually % solids retention. Solids turbulence in the downer was much weaker compared with the riser, while the large clusters formation near the wall in the riser would hinder solids transportation ability.
Full article (This article belongs to the Special Issue Recent Advances in Fluidized Bed Hydrodynamics and Transport. The Alunorte refinery produces million t/a of alumina with seven Circulating Fluid Bed (CFB) Calciners. The calcination facility needs about 3 GJ per ton of alumina of the total energy of 8 GJ.
Fluidized bed technology has been widely accepted by the food, feed, fine chemical and pharmaceutical industries as an appropriate and very versatile method for drying, granulation, pelletizing and functional film coating.
Originally, these processing options were used as batch and. It can be seen that the solids move through a series of pneumatic transport lines and non-mechanical valves. An alternative for this solids transport system is the IFB reactor system.
Regenerative removal of SO2 and NOx INTERCONNECTED FLUIDIZED BED TECHNOLOGY The IFB reactor technology is currently being developed at DUT (Korbee et al., ). 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 ten times greater than that in a packed-bed reactor.
Moving particles, especially small particles, can transport heat much more efficiently than gas. removal of water. product collection, partial recirculation of exhausts, cooling of product, coating of product, agglomeration, etc. Energy cost reduction measures are also generally visible in pre and post drying operations and supporting equipments like blowers and pumps as well.
the transport of solids through the drum. dryers. dryers.). bulk solids handling. To understand bulk solids one first has to overcome a frequent misunderstanding: Bulk solids are NOT like liquids. Instead they form a separate entity between solids and liquids, dominated by the disperse characteristics of the bulk.
The major tools to characterize bulk solids are the particle properties like particle size. Circulating Fluidized Bed Technology II is a result of a series of science-related conferences in the s. The text contains various studies, facts, and discussions on fluidized beds.
The book begins by going through the rise and fall of circulating systems, specifically fluid dynamics. • Solids can be dropped slowly through a slow-moving gas stream, as in a rotary dryer • Gases can be blown through a bed of solids that fluidize the particles.
In this case, the solids are moving, as in a fluidized-bed dryer • Solids can enter a high-velocity hot gas stream and can be conveyed pneumatically to a collector (flash dryer). Fluidized bed technology for product refinement Drying, cooling, roasting, agglomeration, granulating.
2 I 3 Drying air even very moist and sticky products as well as solids with a wide grain size distribution can be processed. Once the mixing zone is left, • Dust removal by cyclone, exhaust filter or.
• The rate of heat transfer between a fluidized bed and an immersed object is high, hence heat exchangers within fluidized beds require relatively small surface areas.
Disadvantages of Fluidized Beds • The difficult-to-describe flow of gas, with its large deviation from plug flow and the bypassing of solids by bubbles, represents an.
A fluidized bed calciner with a steam fluidizing-medium at ° kg/hr produces a powdered calcine product from the feed mixture with a solids flow rate of 52 kg/hr; The calciner vessel is m in diameter at the.
Fluidized bed systems have wide application as dryers, roasters, calciners, classifiers, and reactors within the metallurgical, chemical, oil and gas, and pharmaceutical industries.
As high-grade feedstocks become depleted, companies want to diversify their production capabilities and minimize capital expenditures at the same time. The product of calcination is usually referred to in general as "calcine", regardless of the actual minerals undergoing thermal treatment.
Calcination is carried out in furnaces or reactors (sometimes referred to as kilns or calciners) of various designs including shaft furnaces, rotary kilns, multiple hearth furnaces, and fluidized bed reactors.
Abstract. The feasibility of the fiuidized bed calcination process was demonstrated at the Idaho Chemical Processing Plant.
Sloutions simulating wates from the reprocessing of spent aluminum alloy, stainless steel and zirconium fuels were converted to free-flowing granular solids in a six-inch diameter fluidized bed .Heyl Patterson’s Fluid Bed Calciners are a cost-effective, energy-efficient solution to high capacity applications where direct contact with the heating medium is acceptable, or even desirable.
All custom-designed solutions are testing in our Pilot Plant Testing Facility during the design stage.The fluidized bed reactor has a lot of advantages: excellent gas-solid contacting, no hot spots even with highly exothermal reactions, good gas-to-particle and bed-to-wall heat transfer and the ease of solids handling which is particularly important if the catalyst is quickly ageing.