Probing Heterogeneities in Fluid-Particle Systems with the Computer

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Abstract

Energy conversion processes, the granulation and drying of pharmaceuticals, or processes for the production of chemicals rely on (reactive) fluid-particle systems. Simple visual observation, as well as sophisticated experiments [1] reveal that heterogeneities form in these systems, often on length scales ranging from a single nanometre to a few decimetres.
In Part I, I will discuss recent advances for simulating these heterogeneities, focussing on intra-particle transport phenomena [2] in reactive and inert fluid-particle systems. Part II will review strategies and tools to analyse the nature and the effect of heterogeneous structures. Part III will summarize recent results, specifically (i) the effect of liquid addition to fluid-particle systems, (ii) how intra-particle transport phenomena affect thermal transport and reactions, as well as (iii) transport phenomena in polydisperse particulate systems.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBook of Abstracts of the CFDEM®project user meeting & workshop
Publication statusPublished - 14 May 2016
Event CFDEM®project user meeting & workshop - Linz, Austria, Linz, Austria
Duration: 14 Mar 201615 Mar 2016

Workshop

Workshop CFDEM®project user meeting & workshop
CountryAustria
CityLinz
Period14/03/1615/03/16

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Fluids
Granulation
Energy conversion
Drug products
Drying
Liquids
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Experiments
Hot Temperature

Keywords

  • computer simulations
  • fluid mechanics
  • fluid-particle flow
  • heterogeneous reactions

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Fluid Flow and Transfer Processes

Fields of Expertise

  • Mobility & Production

Treatment code (Nähere Zuordnung)

  • Basic - Fundamental (Grundlagenforschung)

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Radl, S. (2016). Probing Heterogeneities in Fluid-Particle Systems with the Computer. In Book of Abstracts of the CFDEM®project user meeting & workshop

Probing Heterogeneities in Fluid-Particle Systems with the Computer. / Radl, Stefan.

Book of Abstracts of the CFDEM®project user meeting & workshop. 2016.

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Radl, S 2016, Probing Heterogeneities in Fluid-Particle Systems with the Computer. in Book of Abstracts of the CFDEM®project user meeting & workshop. CFDEM®project user meeting & workshop, Linz, Austria, 14/03/16.
Radl S. Probing Heterogeneities in Fluid-Particle Systems with the Computer. In Book of Abstracts of the CFDEM®project user meeting & workshop. 2016
Radl, Stefan. / Probing Heterogeneities in Fluid-Particle Systems with the Computer. Book of Abstracts of the CFDEM®project user meeting & workshop. 2016.
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