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The effect of blow tank air injection on pneumatic conveying performance.

Journal Article


Abstract


  • The effects of different methods of air injection into bottom discharge blow tanks was investigated. Two materials were used for this purpose: pulverized coal (over 25 m) and power station fly ash (over 943 m and 293 m) utilizing three different blow tank configurations. The influences of the addition of a supplementary air line to a blow tank and of a fluidizing discharge cone to the outlet on a blow tank are discussed. (from authors' abstract)

Publication Date


  • 1987

Citation


  • Kennedy, O. C., Wypych, P. W., & Arnold, P. C. (1987). The effect of blow tank air injection on pneumatic conveying performance..

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-85040884086

Web Of Science Accession Number


Abstract


  • The effects of different methods of air injection into bottom discharge blow tanks was investigated. Two materials were used for this purpose: pulverized coal (over 25 m) and power station fly ash (over 943 m and 293 m) utilizing three different blow tank configurations. The influences of the addition of a supplementary air line to a blow tank and of a fluidizing discharge cone to the outlet on a blow tank are discussed. (from authors' abstract)

Publication Date


  • 1987

Citation


  • Kennedy, O. C., Wypych, P. W., & Arnold, P. C. (1987). The effect of blow tank air injection on pneumatic conveying performance..

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-85040884086

Web Of Science Accession Number