Local liquid-solid mass transfer measurement in a trickle film flow model using an electrochemical technique

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A two-dimensional trickle film flow model consisting of a vertical column of horizontal rods is used to provide the liquid-solid mass transfer characteristics of a gas-continuous and fully wetted film flow trickle bed reactor. Local and average liquid-solid mass transfer rates are determined with the limiting current technique. Local Sherwood number variation with angular position is measured for 400 < Re < 2000. With a unique method of manipulating electrochemical mass transfer measurements, the existence of two vortices behind a flow separation is revealed. © 1987.

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Chau, P. C. (1987). Local liquid-solid mass transfer measurement in a trickle film flow model using an electrochemical technique. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 30(11), 2305–2317. https://doi.org/10.1016/0017-9310(87)90223-7

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