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Particulate Two-Phase Flow Analysis for Fouling Prediction(I)-Design of Hot Wind Tunnel and Its Performance Experiment-
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Particulate Two-Phase Flow Analysis for Fouling Prediction(I)-Design of Hot Wind Tunnel and Its Performance Experiment-
Ha, Man-Yeong; Lee, Dae-Rae;
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 Abstract
We designed the hot wind tunnel to reproduce the conditions of utility boiler and carried out its performance test, in order to investigate the particulate two-phase flow behaviour, the fouling and heat transfer characteristics to the heat exchanger. The hot wind tunnel introduces the control system to control the temperature in the test section. The particle is injected into the hot gas stream. The fouling probe (cylindrical tube) is positioned normal to the particulate gas-particle two-phase flow and cooled by the air. The temperature of gas and cooling air, and temperature in the fouling probe are measured as a function of time, giving the local and averaged heat transfer and fouling factor. The shape of particulate deposition adhered to the fouling probe is also observed.
 Keywords
Fouling;Gas-Particle Two Phase Flow;Hot Wind Tunnel;Experimental Study;
 Language
Korean
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