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 Two phase pressure drop and total liquid holdup measurement in solid SiC foam beds
Tác giả hoặc Nhóm tác giả: David Edouard, Tri Truong Huu , Patrick Nguyen, Cuong Pham Huu
Nơi đăng: 'EURO foam 2008', July 2008, Noordwijk Nederland (Poster)
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; Số: xxx;Từ->đến trang: xxx;Năm: 2008
Lĩnh vực: Khoa học công nghệ; Loại: Báo cáo; Thể loại: Quốc tế
TÓM TẮT
Solid foam matrices have recently been introduced and present a highly permeable porous structure with a high porosity (0.60-0.95), which enables a considerable reduction of the pressure drops along a bed even with a high specific surface area. The two-phase hydrodynamic behavior with solid foam packing presented here is an important key for the future design of the reactor. From Residence Time Distribution (RTD) curves, a new set of experimental data based on the hydrodynamics parameters (pressure drop and total liquid holdup) of solid foams are presented. A model based on a cubic lattice approach is used and the two-phase pressure drop and liquid holdup are well estimated
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ABSTRACT
Solid foam matrices have recently been introduced and present a highly permeable porous structure with a high porosity (0.60-0.95), which enables a considerable reduction of the pressure drops along a bed even with a high specific surface area. The two-phase hydrodynamic behavior with solid foam packing presented here is an important key for the future design of the reactor. From Residence Time Distribution (RTD) curves, a new set of experimental data based on the hydrodynamics parameters (pressure drop and total liquid holdup) of solid foams are presented. A model based on a cubic lattice approach is used and the two-phase pressure drop and liquid holdup are well estimated
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