Computational Transport Phenomena of Fluid-Particle Systems

  • Arastoopour H
  • Gidaspow D
  • Abbasi E
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This book concerns the most up-to-date advances in computational transport phenomena (CTP), an emerging tool for the design of gas-solid processes such as fluidized bed systems. The authors examine recent work in kinetic theory and CTP and illustrate gas-solid processes' many applications in the energy, chemical, pharmaceutical, and food industries. They also discuss the kinetic theory approach in developing constitutive equations for gas-solid flow systems and how it has advanced over the last decade as well as the possibility of obtaining innovative designs for multiphase reactors, such as those needed to capture CO2 from flue gases. Suitable as a concise reference and a textbook supplement for graduate courses, Computational Transport Phenomena of Gas-Solid Systems is ideal for practitioners in industries involved with the design and operation of processes based on fluid/particle mixtures, such as the energy, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and food processing.

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Arastoopour, H., Gidaspow, D., & Abbasi, E. (2017). Computational Transport Phenomena of Fluid-Particle Systems (pp. 55–80). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-45490-0

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