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Hydrodynamics and heat transfer studies in vacuum fluidisation

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posted on 2019-11-03, 00:00 authored by V Panangipalli
This work contributed to new knowledge in the field of gas-solid fluidisation under vacuum. It has demonstrated dramatic reduction in fluidising gas consumption with similar heat-transfer characteristics, pointing to the use of vacuum fluid-beds as an economical and attractive alternatives to conventional heat-treatment of metals that require inert protective gases.

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260 p.

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  • Yes

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thesis

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thesis

Language

eng

Degree type

Research doctorate

Degree name

Ph.D.

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P Hodgson, D Fabijanic, S Das

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GTP Research

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Institute for Frontier Materials