A semi-empirical model for the drag force and fluid-particle interaction in polydisperse suspensions

@article{Cello2010ASM,
  title={A semi-empirical model for the drag force and fluid-particle interaction in polydisperse suspensions},
  author={Fernando Cello and A. Renzo and F. Maio},
  journal={Chemical Engineering Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={65},
  pages={3128-3139}
}
  • Fernando Cello, A. Renzo, F. Maio
  • Published 2010
  • Mathematics
  • Chemical Engineering Science
  • Abstract Fluid flow through stationary or moving particle beds is a common process in industrial units. The two-phase hydrodynamics strongly influences the performances and characteristics of reactors and contactors in general, but the possibility to model comprehensively the details of the two-phase field of motion still lacks. Computational methods and multi-scale modeling are capable of providing essential information at the microscopic scale. In the present paper, recently published data on… CONTINUE READING
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