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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.
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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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Gunn, "Transfer of heat or mass to particles in fixed and fluidised beds," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol.
Kuipers, "Modelling of large-scale dense gas-solid bubbling fluidised beds using a novel discrete bubble model," Chemical Engineering Science, vol.
van Swaaij, "Digital Image Analysis Measurements of Bed Expansion and Segregation Dynamics in Dense Gas Fluidised Beds," Powder Technol.
Should your cleaning requirements dictate, Clayton Thermal Processes also markets a range of thermal cleaning systems including fluidised beds and pyrolisis ovens, all designed to meet the requirements of the aforementioned Environmental Protection Act.