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Johnsson, J., Zijerveld, R.C., Schouten, J.C., van den Bleek, C.M. and Leckner, B. (2000) Characterization of Fluidization Regimes by Time-Series Analysis of Pressure Fluctuations. International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 26, 663-715.
https://doi.org/10.1016/S0301-9322(99)00028-2

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  • TITLE: Mapping Correlation Dimension along the Wall Region of a High-Flux Gas-Solid Riser Using Embedded Solid Concentration Time Series

    AUTHORS: Justin M. Jeremiah, Samwel V. Manyele, Abraham K. Temu, Jesse-X. Zhu

    KEYWORDS: Correlation Integral, Mapping Correlation Dimension, High-Flux Gas-Solid Riser, Embedded Solid Concentration Time Series

    JOURNAL NAME: Engineering, Vol.10 No.10, October 18, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Analysis of the entrance and wall dynamics of a high-flux gas-solid riser was conducted using embedded solid concentration time series collected from a 76 mm internal diameter and 10 m high riser of a circulating fluidized bed (CFB) system. The riser was operated at 4.0 to 10.0 m/s air velocity and 50 to 550 kg/m2s solids flux of spent fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) catalyst particles with 67 μm mean diameter and density of 1500 kg/m3. Data were analyzed using prepared FORTRAN 2008 code to get correlation integral followed by determination of correlation dimensions with respect to the hyperspherical radius and their profiles, plots of which were studied. It was found that correlation dimension profiles at the centre have single peak with higher values than the wall region profiles. Towards the wall, these profiles have double or multiple peaks showing bifractal or multifractal flow behaviors. As the velocity increases the wall region profiles become random and irregular. Further it was found that, as the height increases the correlation dimension profiles shift towards higher hyperspherical radius at the centre and towards lower hyperspherical radius in the wall region at r/R = 0.81. The established method of mapping correlation dimension profiles in this study forms a suitable tool for analysis of high-flux riser dynamics compared to other analyses approaches. However, further analysis is recommended to other gas-solid CFB riser of different dimensions operated at high-flux conditions using the established method.