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Old   December 11, 1999, 08:04
Default particle-air mixing
GŁnther Hasse
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I have to design a "turbulator" which could distribute a vertical incoming stream of fly ash particles with a size range between 1 - 250 micron (from a feeder) uniformly across a rectangular horizontal duct (approx. 800x1000). The air is flowing from left to right in the duct at a speed of approx 20 m/s. The design is for an experimental facility.

Could anyone refer me to existing "turbulators" or suggest devices which could be tested numerically using CFD ?

Regards GŁnther
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Old   December 15, 1999, 11:23
Default Re: particle-air mixing
Patrick Godon
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I saw that you got no answer. I don't know anything about turbulators or devices, but if you need any help with the modeling of the two-phase flow to model the particles-air fluid, then let us know. I can give some very good references on that, and I can try to answer some of your specific questions.

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