Measurements of Fluid Flow in a Gas Stirred Reactor Using a Laser Photon Correlation Velocimeter
Air is supplied through a porous plug placed in the center axis of a cylindrical perspex-water model of a ladle. A laser-doppler system is employed to measure radial and axial mean and fluctuating velocities. Also velocities in the two-phase bubbly region ...
S. T. Johansen et al., "Measurements of Fluid Flow in a Gas Stirred Reactor Using a Laser Photon Correlation Velocimeter," Unknown, Jan 1986.
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Bubbles; Chemical Reactors; Fluid Flow; Foreign Technology; Graphs (Charts); Mass Transfer; Reactors; Refining; Turbulence; Two Phase Flow; Velocity Measurement
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