Bubble Columns with Internals: A Review
Most Industrial Bubble Column Reactors Require the Utilization of Internal Structures for Heat Transfer And/or for Controlling the Flow Structures and Back Mixing in the System. the Internals Denote All Types of Innards Added to a Bubble Column, Such as Perforated Plates, Baffles, Vibrating Helical Springs, Mixers, and Heat Exchanger Tubes. in Commercial Scale Bubble Columns, Instrumentation Probes, Down-Comers, and Risers with Heat Exchangers Are All Considered. This Review Presents the State-Of-Knowledge of Bubble Columns with Internals. It Starts with an Introduction. the Second Section Discusses the Horizontal Internals, and the Following Section Examines the Studies Involving Vertical Internals.
A. A. Youssef et al., "Bubble Columns with Internals: A Review," International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering, vol. 11, no. 1, De Gruyter, Jun 2013.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1515/ijcre-2012-0023
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Bubble Columns; Heat exchangers; Horizontal Internals
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01 Jun 2013