Measurements of particle-to-gas heat transfer coefficients from one-shot thermal responses in packed beds

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By applying the technique of one-shot thermal input, particle-to-gas heat transfer coefficients have been obtained for glass beads-air system in the range of Reynolds number from 5 to 229. The obtained heat transfer coefficients are well represented by a correlation, eqn (14), proposed by Wakao et al. Sensitivity test on the experimental results shows that at low flow rates the particle-to-gas heat transfer cannot be a controlling step in the overall heat transfer process. © 1981.

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Shent, J., Kaguei, S., & Wakao, N. (1981). Measurements of particle-to-gas heat transfer coefficients from one-shot thermal responses in packed beds. Chemical Engineering Science, 36(8), 1283–1286. https://doi.org/10.1016/0009-2509(81)80162-5

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