427 Industrial Application of Computational and Numerical Approaches to Particle Flow I

Wednesday, October 31, 2012: 8:30 AM
Conference C (Omni )
Particulate flows represent a considerably large family of relevant engineering problems where several scales and phases may be involved. One important tool in understanding the physical behavior of the system and in the solution to the important flow fields is the use of powerful computational methodologies and economical strategies suitable for the different applications. In this session, we would like to receive contributions in the general topics of computational approaches that solve or address industrial-scale problems. In particular, efficient and innovative techniques to solve particle flow. Other approaches that introduce innovation in more classical problems will be also considered

Fluidization and Fluid-Particle Systems

Timothy M. Healy
Email: timothy.m.healy@exxonmobil.com

Reza Mostofi
Email: Reza.Mostofi@uop.com

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

8:50 AM
(427b) Efficient Euler-Lagrangian Models for Large Scale Fluidized Beds
Shitanshu Ratilal Gohel, Shailesh Ozarkar, Ulrich Becker, Markus Braun and L. Srinivasa Mohan

9:50 AM
(427e) Computational Analysis of the Air Injection Effect On the Regeneration Process in FCC
Bumjoon Cha, Hyungtae Cho, Sung Real Son, Suk-Joon Kim and Il Moon
File available
10:10 AM
(427g) Industrial Fluidized Bed Polyethylene Reactor Temperature Modeling in Condensed Mode Operation
Yefeng Zhou, LiJin Zhou, Zhengliang Huang, Jingdai Wang, Binbo Jiang and Yongrong Yang
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