DETERMINATION DE L'AIRE INTERFACIALE GAZ-LIQUIDE D'UN PLATEAU PERFORE FONCTIONNANT A COURANTS CROISES.

Translated title of the contribution: Determination of the Gas-liquid Interfacial Area of a Perforated Plate in Cross Flow.

E. Nagy, O. Borlai, A. Laurent, J. C. Charpentier

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Abstract

The gas-liquid interfacial area of a laboratory perforated plate under cross flow operation is measured by the absorption method with chemical reaction. The novelty of the work lies in the range of gas velocities which have been used (from 0. 4 up to 2 m/s) and in the measurement of mass transfers at constant emulsion height for whatever gas velocity. The influence of gas and liquid velocities of the emulsion height and of the holdup has been studied. Finally two empirical correlations based upon experimental results are proposed to predict with a plus or minus 15% accuracy the interfacial area value in the range of high gas velocities.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)49-56
Number of pages8
JournalEntropie Paris
Volume19
Issue number111
Publication statusPublished - 1983

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Perforated plates
Liquids
Gases
Emulsions
Chemical reactions
Mass transfer

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DETERMINATION DE L'AIRE INTERFACIALE GAZ-LIQUIDE D'UN PLATEAU PERFORE FONCTIONNANT A COURANTS CROISES. / Nagy, E.; Borlai, O.; Laurent, A.; Charpentier, J. C.

In: Entropie Paris, Vol. 19, No. 111, 1983, p. 49-56.

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Nagy, E, Borlai, O, Laurent, A & Charpentier, JC 1983, 'DETERMINATION DE L'AIRE INTERFACIALE GAZ-LIQUIDE D'UN PLATEAU PERFORE FONCTIONNANT A COURANTS CROISES.', Entropie Paris, vol. 19, no. 111, pp. 49-56.
Nagy, E. ; Borlai, O. ; Laurent, A. ; Charpentier, J. C. / DETERMINATION DE L'AIRE INTERFACIALE GAZ-LIQUIDE D'UN PLATEAU PERFORE FONCTIONNANT A COURANTS CROISES. In: Entropie Paris. 1983 ; Vol. 19, No. 111. pp. 49-56.
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