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 A New Mathematical Model for Description of the Liquid Discrete Flow Within a Packed Bed Alternative Title A New Mathematical Model for Description of the Liquid Discrete Flow Within a Packed Bed Wang Chengshan1; Mu Xiaojing2; Zheng Shaobo3; Jiang Guochang3; Xiao Xingguo4; Wang Wenzhong4 2008 Source Publication JOURNAL OF IRON AND STEEL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL ISSN 1006-706X Volume 15Issue:6Pages:16-23 Abstract The molten liquid discrete flow inside a packed bed is a typical transport phenomenon in the blast furnace. As for the reported mathematical models presenting the liquid discrete flow within the packed bed, there are some barriers for their application to an engineering scale-up, or some imperfections in model descriptions. To overcome these deficiencies. the effects of the packed bed on the liquid discrete flow have been divided into resistance action and dispersal action, and appropriate descriptions have been given for the two actions. respectively. Consequently, a new mathematical model has been built to present the liquid discrete flow inside a coke bed in the blast furnace. The mathematical model can predict the distribution of liquid flux and the liquid flowing range inside the packed bed at any time. The prediction of this model accord well with the experimental data. The model will be much better for the simulation of the ironmaking process, compared with the existent model, Other Abstract The molten liquid discrete flow inside a packed bed is a typical transport phenomenon in the blast furnace. As for the reported mathematical models presenting the liquid discrete flow within the packed bed, there are some barriers for their application to an engineering scale-up, or some imperfections in model descriptions. To overcome these deficiencies, the effects of the packed bed on the liquid discrete flow have been divided into resistance action and dispersal action, and appropriate descriptions have been given for the two aetions, respectively. Consequently, a new mathematical model has been built to present the liquid discrete flow inside a coke bed in the blast furnace. The mathematical model can predict the distribution of liquid flux and the liquid flowing range inside the packed bed at any time. The prediction of this model accords well with the experimental data. The model will be much better for the simulation of the ironmaking process, compared with the existent model. Keyword BLAST-FURNACE PERFORMANCE GAS SIMULATION mathematical model liquid discrete flow packed bed blast furnace ironmaking process Indexed By CSCD Language 英语 Funding Project [National Natural Science Foundation of China] CSCD ID CSCD:3584331 Citation statistics Document Type 期刊论文 Identifier http://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/152719 Collection 中国科学院金属研究所 Affiliation 1.Chongqing Univ, Coll Materials Sci & Engn, Chongqing 400044, Peoples R China2.重庆大学3.上海大学4.中国科学院金属研究所 Recommended CitationGB/T 7714 Wang Chengshan,Mu Xiaojing,Zheng Shaobo,et al. A New Mathematical Model for Description of the Liquid Discrete Flow Within a Packed Bed[J]. JOURNAL OF IRON AND STEEL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL,2008,15(6):16-23. APA Wang Chengshan,Mu Xiaojing,Zheng Shaobo,Jiang Guochang,Xiao Xingguo,&Wang Wenzhong.(2008).A New Mathematical Model for Description of the Liquid Discrete Flow Within a Packed Bed.JOURNAL OF IRON AND STEEL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL,15(6),16-23. MLA Wang Chengshan,et al."A New Mathematical Model for Description of the Liquid Discrete Flow Within a Packed Bed".JOURNAL OF IRON AND STEEL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL 15.6(2008):16-23.
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