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Owen, P. (1969) Pneumatic Transport. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 39, 407-432.
https://doi.org/10.1017/S0022112069002242

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  • TITLE: Solid Particles Injection in Gas Turbulent Channel Flow

    AUTHORS: Abd Elnaby Kabeel, Medhat Elkelawy, Hagar Alm-Eldin Bastawissi, Ahmed Mohammed Elbanna

    KEYWORDS: Two-Phase Flow, Particle-Laden Flow, Gas-Solid Channel Flow, Particle Size Effect

    JOURNAL NAME: Energy and Power Engineering, Vol.8 No.12, December 21, 2016

    ABSTRACT: This paper represents a review of the recent researches that investigate the behavior of the gas turbulent flow laden with solid particles. The significant parameters that influence the interactions between the both phases, such as particle size, loading ratio and the gas velocity, have been extensively reviewed. Those parameters are presented in dimensionless numbers in which the applicability of studying its effect in terms of all circumstances of the gas turbulent channel flow at different condition is possible. The represented results show that the turbulence degree is proportional to the particle size. It was found that at the most flow conditions even at low mass ratio, the particle shape, density and size significantly alter the turbulence characteristics. However, the results demonstrate that the particle Reynolds number is a vital sign: the turbulence field becomes weaker if particle Reynolds number is lower than the critical limit and vies verse. The gas velocity has a strong effect on the particles settling along the channel flow and as a result, the pressure drop will be affected.