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Hydrodynamic study of a trickle-bed reactor by means of microelectrodes: analysis of the probability densities

Abstract : The technique of microelectrodes in a non-conducting wall was used to determine the flow regimes in a trickle-bed reactor and to characterize the wall wetting by the analysis of the Probability Density Functions (PDF). The identification of flow regime transitions (trickling/pulsing, trickling/dispersed and dispersed/pulsing) and the study of the wall wetting are carried out respectively by the analysis of the variations of the fluctuation rate of the local liquid/solid mass transfer coefficient and the wetting rate as functions of the gas and liquid flow rates.
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M.A. Latifi, S. Rode, N. Midoux, A. Storck. Hydrodynamic study of a trickle-bed reactor by means of microelectrodes: analysis of the probability densities. Chemical Engineering Science, Elsevier, 1992, 47 (9-11), pp.2331-2336. ⟨10.1016/0009-2509(92)87056-V⟩. ⟨hal-02956132⟩

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