fluidized bed


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flu·id·ized bed

 (flo͞o′ĭ-dīzd′)
n.
A mixture of fine particles of a solid (such as a fuel) and a pressurized fluid, used especially in power plants and chemical reactors.

fluidized bed

n
(Chemical Engineering) chemical engineering a bed of fluidized solids used as a heat exchanger or mass transfer medium
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Contract notice: replacement heat exchanger for flue gas reheating (reingas-wt) in the rotary kiln 1 (dro1) and fluidized bed furnace 1 (wso1) in the simmeringer haide factory.
com)-- In early 2017, the systems manufacturer SCHWING Technologies GmbH, based in the Lower Rhine region of Germany, extended its model series of thermal fluidized bed cleaning systems for tools and machine parts.
Fluidized bed are used in a wide range of refining, chemical, petrochemical, biotechnology , pharmaceutical, environmental ,and food industries.
Gas-solid fluidized bed provides thorough mixing, high heat, and mass transfers between gas and solid phases.
Simultaneous Sulfate Reduction and Metal Precipitation in an Inverse Fluidized Bed Reactor
Dave Enegess, senior vice president for Envirogen, said the potential synergies for Envirogen's fluidized bed reactor (FBR) and Inotec's electro-biochemical reactor (EBR) technologies can be a boon for companies in need of high-performance, lower cost water treatment.
In this context, the fluidized bed combustion (FBC) system is one of the most promising technologies.
1988), "Radiative Heat Transfer from a Fast Fluidized Bed" Circulating Fluidized Bed Technology II, P.
The facility will use the latest in clean fuel technology, the circulating fluidized bed boiler technology.
Both the RFB 150 and 350 roasters are of the same type: recirculating fluidized bed roasters.
A company using a proprietary fluidized bed gasification technology reported a successful test in which it produced synthetic gas from 2,000 tons of high ash coal from Queensland, Australia.
Morse (1955), who started the pioneering work, attempted the sonic energy on fluidized bed and found that, improved in quality of fluidization at low frequency.