2 edition of study of droplet behaviour in a centrifugal contactor. found in the catalog.
study of droplet behaviour in a centrifugal contactor.
M J. Ahmed
by University of Aston in Birmingham Department of Chemical Engineering in Birmingham
Written in English
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The flows in stage-wise liquid-liquid extraction devices include both phase segregated and dispersed flow regimes. As a additional layer of complexity, for extraction equipment such as the annular centrifugal contactor, free-surface flows also play a critical role in both the mixing and separation regions of the device and cannot be neglected. Traditionally, computional fluid dynamics (CFD) of Cited by: centrifugal contactor especially attractive for laboratory-scale tests of new solvent extraction processes. Over the years, we have developed and used a 4-cm contactor for laboratory- scale testing (3,4). More recently, we have developed and used a 2-cm contactor ("minicontactor") for this purpose. That work is discussed here. A major incentiveAuthor: R.A. Leonard, D.B. Chamberlain, C. Conner.
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A study of droplet behaviour in a centrifugal contactor Author: Ahmed, M. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Aston in Birmingham Current Institution: Aston University Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Author: M.J.
Ahmed. Droplet behaviour in a Ranque-Hilsch vortex tube. R Liew 1, W R Michałek 2, J C H Zeegers 1 and J G M Kuerten 2,3. Published 22 December • Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd Journal of Physics: Conference Series, VolumeParticles in turbulence, transport processes and mixing.
The UREX process was tested in miniature centrifugal contactors during as part of a series of five different solvent extraction processes called UREX + (Vandegrift ).A fuel pin with an estimated burn-up of 29, MWd/MT, % initial U enrichment, and a cooling time of 21 years was dissolved and used as feed in this process test.
After dissolution, the first solvent extraction. In this study, we demonstrate the application of a finite element lattice Boltzmann equation (FE-LBE) method to the annular mixing geometry as found in a centrifugal contactor.
Highlights Experimental study on hydrodynamics of a centrifugal contactor separator. Hold-up mainly function of weir system and not flows (flows Drop size distribution measurements with FBRM probe. Phase inversion by: As an economical and effective means, water injection technology is currently used to improve the gas turbine power and efficiency.
Due to the relatively long residence time of water droplets in the multistage compressor, the droplets may have a large amount of migration along the radial direction in the strong centrifugal force while they will also Author: Lanxin Sun, Tao Sun, Yigang Luan.
A multi‐phase flow code is used to simulate the separation of an aqueous and an organic stream in the rotor zone of an annular centrifugal contactor.
Annular centrifugal extractors (ACE), also called annular centrifugal contactors offer several advantages over the other conventional process equipment such as low hold-up, high process throughput, low residence time, low solvent inventory and high turn down ratio.
The equipment provides a very high value of mass transfer coefficient and interfacial area in the annular zone because of the Cited by: Recent Advances in Liquid-liquid Extraction focuses on the applications of liquid extraction.
The selection first discusses solvent extraction. Concerns include organic and inorganic separations, mass transfer process, solvent extraction economics, and coalescence in liquid-liquid systems.
The book focuses on the chemistry of solvent Edition: 1. Two-fluid Taylor-vortex flow in coaxial cylinders with a stationary outer cylinder and a rotating inner cylinder has potential advantages over the conventional extraction equipment in chemical and bioprocess industries.
The two phase flow behavior in the vertical annular region is either in the form of homogeneous dispersion, banded dispersion, segregated or the stratified flow with both the Cited by: The annular centrifugal contactor is a compact mixer/centrifuge developed for solvent extraction processes for recycling used nuclear fuel.
This research effort couples computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling with a variety of experimental observations to provide a valid detailed analysis of the flow within the centrifugal contactor. chemical engineering research and design () – Fig. 1 – Analogies of mixer settler units for extraction processes in the gravitational ﬁeld (left) and in the centrifugal ﬁeld (right).
Blue (heavy phase) and yellow (light phase) arrows visualizes. In the present study, a computational fluid dynamics method has been applied to investigate the wet compression effects on a low speed centrifugal compressor.
A Langrangian particle tracking method was employed to simulate the air-water droplet two-phase flow. Centrifugal contactors can also be used for oil/water separations--a commercial manufacturer of centrifugal contactors with this as the primary focus is CINC Industries.
Some large CINC contactor units were sold to BP to help with clean-up of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in efﬁciency of the centrifugal contactors.
Boycott (16) demonstrated, as long ago asthat particles separated much faster from liquid by sedimentation if the container is tilted in relation to the direction of settling dictated by gravity. We have applied the same idea to the centrifugal contactors by designing the chamber with tilted sides.
voltage dips are excessive. A motor-starting study might be required to determine if this is a problem, with considerations for using devices rated at V rather than the normal V nominal devices. Contactors are required to hold in with line voltage as low as 80% of their rating.
The actual dropout voltages of contactors used in. The single phase flow patterns in the annular region of an annular centrifugal extractor (ACE) have been studied both experimentally and computationally. Experiments were conducted using particle image velocimetry (PIV) and laser Doppler velocimetry (LDV) to understand the flow patterns and velocity profiles in both the presence and the absence of the net flow through the annulus.
The data Cited by: Annular centrifugal contactors (ACCs) have many advantages and are recognized as key solvent-extraction equipment for the future reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel (RSNF).
To successfully design and operate ACCs for RSNF, it is necessary to understand the hydrodynamic characteristics of the extraction systems in ACCs. The phase ratio (R = Vaq/Vorg, A/O) and liquid Author: Hong-Lin Chen, Jian-Chen Wang, Wu-Hua Duan, Jing Chen. A centrifugal extractor—also known as a centrifugal contactor or annular centrifugal contactor—uses the rotation of the rotor inside a centrifuge to mix two immiscible liquids outside the rotor and to separate the liquids in the field of gravity inside the rotor.
This way, a centrifugal extractor generates a continuous extraction from one liquid phase (fermentation broth) into another. A comparison between the mass transfer behaviour of a rotating screen disc and a rotating solid disc contactor (RDC) revealed that for a given set of conditions the rate of mass transfer at the rotating screen contactor is higher than that of the rotating disc contactor by a factor of – depending on the operating conditions.
centrifugal pressure drop by about 50% using a novel gas-liquid contactor—a RPB with blade packings and static baffles based on an isopropyl alcohol absorption process. To reduce the pressure drop of RPB, the cross-flow RPB was developed used in dealing with gas Cited by: 1.This section of the book requires an elementary understanding of vector diagrams.
Initially, we shall assume incompressible flow but will take compressibility of the air into account in the later section on fan performance (Section ). The centrifugal impeller Figure illustrates a rotating backward bladed centrifugal impeller.The knowledge of the behaviour of single droplets is the basis for the design of solvent extraction columns [4, 5, 6].
Thus, literature on single droplets can be found in several fields of science and engineering (2). In liquid-liquid extraction, the single-droplet behavior is determined by mass.