Monitoring fluidization by dynamic pressure analysis

J.R. Ommen, van, J.C. Schouten, M.O. Coppens, C.M. Bleek, van den

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Abstract

In industrial practice, it is important to have a method for early detection of changes in fluidized bed behaviour, e.g., to warn about upcoming bed agglomeration. Recently, a number of new monitoring methods based on observing the non-linear dynamics of measured pressure fluctuations have been reported. In this paper, these methods for monitoring fluidization are discussed and the expected future developments are described.

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