Residence Time Distribution of Glass Ballotini in Isothermal Swirling Flows in a Counter-Current Spray Drying Tower

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Ali, M; Mahmud, T; Heggs, P; Ghadiri, M; Bayly, A; Crosby, M; Ahmadian, H; Martindejuan, L; Alam, Z;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
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    arxiv: Physics::Fluid Dynamics

The particle residence time in counter-current spray drying towers has a significant influence on the moisture content of the powder exiting the tower. Therefore, the reliability of predictions of residence time by numerical methods is highly desirable. A combined exper... View more
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