A Study on the Flow Characteristics of an Oxidizer Feed Section for Wet-air Oxidation in Gravity Pressure Reactor Lee, Hongcheol; Hwang, Inju;
The wet-air oxidation in gravity pressure reactor is effective for organic waste treatment with energy saving under high pressure and high temperature. But its oxidation control is difficulty because its multi-phase flow characteristics is very complicated. The flow characteristics of an oxidizer feed section in the gravity pressure reactor were investigated using numerical method which are verified by comparison with experimental results. In this study, the results showed that the flow rate of oxidizer have an effect on the generation of bubble around feed section.
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