Particle scale study of heat transfer in packed and fluidized beds

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Abstract

Understanding and modeling coupled flow and heat transfer in a particulate system at a particle scale is a rapidly developing research area, in connection with the development of discrete particle simulation techniques and computer technology. The approach based on the discrete element method plays an important role in this area. This approach can provide detailed dynamic information of particulate systems, such as realistic packing structure, transient/static deformation, and relative velocities between fluid and individual particles. The information is directly related to the prediction of thermal behavior. In this chapter, the development of this approach in our laboratory is briefly reviewed, together with the discussion of different case studies. It is concluded that this particle scale approach is effective for studying the coupled fluid flow and heat transfer in particulate systems, although further developments are necessary to be generally applied to industrial processes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMesoscale Modeling in Chemical Engineering Part I
EditorsGuy B Marin, Jinghai Li
Place of PublicationWaltham MA USA
PublisherAcademic Press
Pages193 - 243
Number of pages51
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)9780128013540
ISBN (Print)9780128012475
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Hou, Q., Gan, J., Zhou, Z., & Yu, A. (2015). Particle scale study of heat transfer in packed and fluidized beds. In G. B. Marin, & J. Li (Eds.), Mesoscale Modeling in Chemical Engineering Part I (1 ed., pp. 193 - 243). Waltham MA USA: Academic Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.ache.2015.10.006
Hou, Qinfu ; Gan, Jieqing ; Zhou, Zongyan ; Yu, Aibing. / Particle scale study of heat transfer in packed and fluidized beds. Mesoscale Modeling in Chemical Engineering Part I. editor / Guy B Marin ; Jinghai Li. 1. ed. Waltham MA USA : Academic Press, 2015. pp. 193 - 243
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Hou, Q, Gan, J, Zhou, Z & Yu, A 2015, Particle scale study of heat transfer in packed and fluidized beds. in GB Marin & J Li (eds), Mesoscale Modeling in Chemical Engineering Part I. 1 edn, Academic Press, Waltham MA USA, pp. 193 - 243. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.ache.2015.10.006

Particle scale study of heat transfer in packed and fluidized beds. / Hou, Qinfu; Gan, Jieqing; Zhou, Zongyan; Yu, Aibing.

Mesoscale Modeling in Chemical Engineering Part I. ed. / Guy B Marin; Jinghai Li. 1. ed. Waltham MA USA : Academic Press, 2015. p. 193 - 243.

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Hou Q, Gan J, Zhou Z, Yu A. Particle scale study of heat transfer in packed and fluidized beds. In Marin GB, Li J, editors, Mesoscale Modeling in Chemical Engineering Part I. 1 ed. Waltham MA USA: Academic Press. 2015. p. 193 - 243 https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.ache.2015.10.006