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Friedman and marshall studies in rotary dryers

Apr 01, 1999 The predictions of the models of Matchett and Baker (1988), Saeman and Mitchell (1954) and Friedman and Marshall (1949) for the solids residence time in rotary dryers have been compared with both pilot-scale and industrial-scale data. A countercurrent

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  • COMPARISON OF RESIDENCE TIME MODELS FOR CASCADING ROTARY
    COMPARISON OF RESIDENCE TIME MODELS FOR CASCADING ROTARY

    Apr 27, 2007 ABSTRACT. The predictions of the models of Matchett and Baker (1988) Saeman and Mitchell (1954) and Friedman and Marshall (1949) for the solids residence time in rotary dryers have been compared with both pilot-scale and industrial-scale data

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  • Dynamic Characteristics of Solids Transportation in Rotary
    Dynamic Characteristics of Solids Transportation in Rotary

    The most cited empirical correlations have been presented by Friedman and Marshall, n. d ... Due to the lack of study on non-spherical particles in rotary dryers, this study focused on flexible

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  • Modelling of sugar drying in a countercurrent cascading
    Modelling of sugar drying in a countercurrent cascading

    Aug 01, 1999 Among many authors, Friedman and Marshall (1949) followed this approach. ... A lot of studies on cascading rotary dryers use fertilisers (Brasil & Seckler, 1988) or mineral materials. In contrast, there are very few studies on the drying of sugar crystals by this technique

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  • (PDF) Mathematical modeling and simulation for the
    (PDF) Mathematical modeling and simulation for the

    were calculated after Friedman and Marshall (1949a, ... In this study a thin layer dryer has been used. ... energy and exergy efficiency values of the rotary dryer were found to be 1.5% and 2.2%

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  • SciELO - Brasil - Modeling and experimental study of
    SciELO - Brasil - Modeling and experimental study of

    The Friedman and Marshall (1949) equation with parameters fitted by Arruda (2007) can predict satisfactorily (deviations around 6%) the residence time in industrial rotary dryers. The deviations of the key drying variables (product moisture content, solids temperature, gas temperature and humidity) predicted from the drying model were of the

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  • SOLIDS TRANSPORT IN ROTARY SUGAR DRYERS
    SOLIDS TRANSPORT IN ROTARY SUGAR DRYERS

    occurs within a rotary dryer. A number of approaches have been taken to modelling the solids transport phenomena occurring with rotary dryers. The foundation work in this area was performed by Friedman and Marshall (1949) and Prutton et al. (1942) in the form of empirical correlations between the dryer

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  • Discharge characteristics in flighted rotary drums
    Discharge characteristics in flighted rotary drums

    S. J. Friedman, W. R. Marshall, Studies in rotary drying, Part I-holdup and dusting, Chemical Engineering Progress 45 (1949) 482-493. Particle motion, filling degree and surface area of the flying

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  • Development and Construction of a Fertilizer Rotary Dryer
    Development and Construction of a Fertilizer Rotary Dryer

    This research presents a study of the design and construction of a fertilizer rotary dryer in a pig farm which used waste heat at 400 degree Celsius from an electrical generator. The designed rotary dryer consisted of two pipes with lengths of 10 meters. These pipes consisted of a drying and a cooling pipe, each with a diameter of 0.5 meter

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  • مقاله Mathematical modeling and simulation of an
    مقاله Mathematical modeling and simulation of an

    A rotary dryer which has beeninvestigated in present study is used in ammonium nitrate (AN) plant located at Shiraz Petrochemical Complex (SPC). This plant is designed to produce 650 metric tons of finalproducts in a day. In this work, mathematical modeling of the concurrent rotary dryer for ANincluding heat and mass transfer equations between

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  • Mathematical modeling and simulation of an industrial
    Mathematical modeling and simulation of an industrial

    Mathematical modeling and simulation of an industrial rotary dryer: A case study of ammonium nitrate plant Hamed Abbasfard a,⁎, Hasan Hashemipour Rafsanjani a, Sattar Ghader a,b, Mehdi Ghanbari c a Department of Chemical Engineering, School of Engineering, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Kerman 7618891167, Iran b Mineral Industries Research Center, Shahid Bahonar University

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  • Multiscale modelling of industrial flighted rotary dryers
    Multiscale modelling of industrial flighted rotary dryers

    Title: Multiscale modelling of industrial flighted rotary dryers Author: Olukayode Oludamilola Ajayi Created Date: 12/12/2012 10:08:15 AM

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  • A computational approach to determine the residence time
    A computational approach to determine the residence time

    Patil et al. (1992) conducted a series of experiments to test the flammability of fractions of chopped alfalfa (stems, leaves, and a whole mixture) in a rotary drum dryer operating between 300 and 800 C. The study showed that the material burned even before its moisture was evaporated entirely. The results proved that the partial drying period took only 15–45 s, depending on the particle

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  • Mathematical modelling and simulation for the drying
    Mathematical modelling and simulation for the drying

    Sep 01, 2003 The dryer was divided into 10 sections and mass and energy balances were established in each of them. The results have been validated in a semi-industrial dryer. The model predicts air and product moisture and temperature depending on working conditions of the rotary dryer

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  • Comparison of residence time models for cascading
    Comparison of residence time models for cascading

    Apr 01, 1999 The predictions of the models of Matchett and Baker (1988), Saeman and Mitchell (1954) and Friedman and Marshall (1949) for the solids residence time in rotary dryers have been compared with both pilot-scale and industrial-scale data. A countercurrent

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  • COMPARISON OF RESIDENCE TIME MODELS FOR
    COMPARISON OF RESIDENCE TIME MODELS FOR

    Apr 27, 2007 ABSTRACT. The predictions of the models of Matchett and Baker (1988) Saeman and Mitchell (1954) and Friedman and Marshall (1949) for the solids residence time in rotary dryers have been compared with both pilot-scale and industrial-scale data. A countercurrent pilot-scale dryer of 0.2m diameter and 2m long has been used with air velocities up to 1.5 ms−1to measure the residence

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  • (PDF) A STUDY OF PARTICLE MOTION IN ROTARY
    (PDF) A STUDY OF PARTICLE MOTION IN ROTARY

    The previous ratio flight (the length of fall determined here is the is for a void axial dispersion. straight-line distance of the particles from the edge One of the most frequently used empirical of the flight, where the fall begins, to the particle bed equations for residence time estimation was in the lower part of the dryer): proposed by Friedman and Marshall (1949): Yo + R 2 − X o 2 0.3344 0.6085G Yd = (14) cos α τ = L

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  • Evaluation Of Residence Time For Drying Of Wet Bagasse
    Evaluation Of Residence Time For Drying Of Wet Bagasse

    Friedman and Marshall and incorporated the different parameters in the model [11]. It has given mathematical correlation of residence time of rotary kiln without flights [12]

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  • A study of particle motion in rotary dryer - SciELO
    A study of particle motion in rotary dryer - SciELO

    Friedman, S.J. and Marshall, W.R., Studies in Rotary Drying, Chemical Engineering Progress, 45, 482-573 (1949). Glikin, P.G., Transport of Solids Through Flighted Rotation Drums, Trans IchemE, 56

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  • (PDF) Mathematical Modeling and Simulation of
    (PDF) Mathematical Modeling and Simulation of

    A study of particle motion in rotary dryer. Brazilian Journal of for solid transport in rotary dryers. ... Friedman, S.J.; Marshall, J.R. Studies in rotary drying, Part I; 17. Osornoa, F.L.; Hensela, O. Drying homogeneity of grass mixture hold-up and dusting. Chemical Engineering Progress 1949, 45, components in a rotary drum

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  • Advanced control of a rotary dryer - Oulu
    Advanced control of a rotary dryer - Oulu

    Yliniemi, Leena, Advanced control of a rotary dryer Department of Process Engineering, University of Oulu, FIN-90570 Oulu 1999 Oulu, Finland (Manuscript received 31 May, 1999) Abstract Drying, especially rotary drying, is without doubt one of the oldest and most common unit operations in the process industries. Rotary dryers are workhorses

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  • (PDF) 7 Rotary Drying - ResearchGate
    (PDF) 7 Rotary Drying - ResearchGate

    The model was adapted to an industrial rotary. dryer with the following characteristics: length 22 m, diameter 2.5 m, and number of flights 24. The drying conditions are 650 8 C inlet drying air

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