## Fluidized processes: theory and practice, Issue 289 |

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EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS Typical results of axial

the riser of the first unit are shown in Fig. 7 in terms of ( -dP/dZ ) plotted against

the

bottom ...

EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS Typical results of axial

**bed**-density distributions inthe riser of the first unit are shown in Fig. 7 in terms of ( -dP/dZ ) plotted against

the

**height**( Z ) from the riser bottom. The entrance effect can be found at thebottom ...

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of cyclons , the transport velocity may be defined as a critical gas velocity above

which no interface of the bed can be found at any static

between the transition velocity from the bubbling bed and the transport velocity is

...

of cyclons , the transport velocity may be defined as a critical gas velocity above

which no interface of the bed can be found at any static

**bed height**. The regimebetween the transition velocity from the bubbling bed and the transport velocity is

...

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In this case, the

solved by the finite element method using the commercial software package,

Twodepep, developed by International Mathematical and Statistical Libraries, Inc.

In this case, the

**bed**had a width of 40 rn and a**height**of 40 rn. Equation (4) wassolved by the finite element method using the commercial software package,

Twodepep, developed by International Mathematical and Statistical Libraries, Inc.

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### Contents

FOREWORD | 1 |

EFFECT OF APPARATUS DESIGN ON HYDRODYNAMICS OF CIRCULATING FLUIDIZEDBED S Mori K Kato | 17 |

HYDRODYNAMICS OF THE COMBUSTION LOOP OF NCIRCULATING FLUIDIZED BED COMBUSTOR Chunming Qi Jeffrey | 26 |

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