Modeling of heat transfer processes in particulate systems

Sule, Z [Süle, Zoltán (műszaki informatika), szerző] Rendszer- és Számítástudományi Tanszék (PE / MIK); Mihalyko, C [Mihálykó, Lajos Csaba (Alkalmazott matem...), szerző] Matematika Tanszék (PE / MIK); Lakatos, BG [Lakatos, Béla (Kémiai technológi...), szerző]

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: COMPUTER-AIDED CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 1570-7946 21 pp. 589-594 2006
  • SJR Scopus - Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous): Q2
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    A population balance model, taking into account the particle-particle and particle-wall heat transfer by collisions is presented for modelling heat transfer processes in fluid-solid systems. The spatial distribution of the temperature is described by the compartments-in-series with back-flow model. An infinite hierarchy of moment equations, describing the time evolution of the moments of particle temperature in cells is derived that can be closed at any order of moments. The properties of the model and the effects of parameters are examined by numerical experiments using the moment equation model. The simulation results indicate that the population balance model provides a good tool for describing the temperature inhomogeneities of the particle populations in particulate systems, and can be used efficiently for analysing the heat transfer in fluid-solid energy conversion processing.
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    2020-12-03 09:05