1 edition of Electrostatic induction in two-phase gas-solid flow measurements found in the catalog.
Electrostatic induction in two-phase gas-solid flow measurements
Juliusz B. Gajewski
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Juliusz Bohdan Gajewski|
|LC Classifications||QC631 .G35 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||149 p. :|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||2012381019|
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1. Introduction. The calibration system presented here enables both the calibration and verification or test of the electrostatic (inductive), non-contact probes, sensors, or transducers, or measuring systems intended for the continuous, real-time, indirect, non-intrusive measurement of the mass flow rate or concentration (volume loading) as well as the electric charge of solid particles that Cited by: The author decided to disseminate the information contained in this paper among a wider group of readers for their benefit though its part is the material presented in the monograph “Electrostatic induction in two-phase gas–solid flow measurements.
50 years of a measurement method” ). Certain fragments both in the monograph and in the Cited by: For velocity measurements of solid-phase particles in gas-solid two-phase flow, the cross-correlation and adaptive filtering time delay estimation for measuring the velocity are discussed.
Electrostatic sensor is based on the principle of electrostatic induction. It is widely used for gas/solid two-phase flow measurement because it has the advantages of simple structure, high sensitivity, low cost, etc. In this paper, a velocity measurement system of gas/solid flow based on electrostatic sensor and cross-correlation algorithm is : Yu Tang, Xiang Deng, Shuo Tian.
Cross-correlation focus method with an electrostatic sensor array for local particle velocity measurement in dilute gas–solid two-phase flow Article in Measurement.
J.B. GajewskiNon-contact electrostatic flow probes for measuring the flow rate and charge in the two-phase gas–solids flows Chem. Eng. Sci., 61 (), pp. Google Scholar. The main problem lies in proper defining and establishing the unambiguous relationships between the electric parameters of a measuring system, which uses a probe, sensor or transducer based on electrostatic induction.
Such devices are non-contact, non-obstructive ones and are intended for the two-phase flow metering of charged solids in pipelines. Electrostatic Nonintrusive Method for Measuring the Electric Charge, Mass Flow Rate, and Velocity of Particulates in the Two-Phase Gas–Solid Pipe Flows—Its Only or as Many as 50 Years of.
Wang C, Zhang J, Gao W, Ding H and Wu W Cross-correlation focus method with an electrostatic sensor array for local particle velocity measurement in dilute gas–solid two-phase flow Meas.
Sci. Technol. 26 The gas-solid two-phase flow has been widely applied in the power, chemical and metallurgical industries. It is of great significance in the research of gas-solid two-phase flow to measure particle velocity at different locations in the pipeline.
Thus, an electrostatic sensor array comprising eight arc-shaped electrodes was designed. The relationship between the cross-correlation (CC) velocity.
Electrostatic induction, modification in the distribution of electric charge on one material under the influence of nearby objects that have electric charge. Thus, because of the electric force between charged particles that constitute materials, a negatively charged object brought near an electrically neutral object induces a positive charge on the near side and a negative charge on the far.
Abstract: Electrostatic sensor is based on the principle of electrostatic induction. It is widely used for gas/solid two-phase flow measurement because it has the advantages of simple structure, high sensitivity, low cost, etc.
The electrostatic induction calculation by MATLAB shows that when the diameter ratio d / D is and the velocity is m/s, the electrostatic induced charge of dust particles is the largest at this time. Xu Chuanlong Study on the method of measuring particle charge and flow parameters of gas-solid two-phase flow [D] (Southeast.
The gas–solid two-phase flow has been widely applied in the power, chemical and metallurgical industries. It is of great significance in the research of gas–solid two-phase flow to measure particle velocity at different locations in the pipeline.
Thus, an electrostatic sensor array comprising eight arc-shaped electrodes was designed. Electrostatic induction, also known as "electrostatic influence" or simply "influence" in Europe and Latin America, is a redistribution of electric charge in an object, caused by the influence of nearby charges.
In the presence of a charged body, an insulated conductor develops a positive charge on one end and a negative charge on the other end. The electrostatic sensor, which is based on the particle charging of gas–solid two-phase flows, has the advantages of a simple structure, and being a non-contact, highly sensitive, low-cost and safe sensor that is suitable for the harsh industrial environment.
Nature of gas–solid fluidization When applying a measuring instrument to a laboratory or industrial gas–solid fluidized bed, the validity and accuracy of the measurement strongly depend on the intrinsic complexity of the flow system, such as the heterogeneous phase distribu-tion, flow-regime variation, velocity and acceleration of gas.
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Due to the simple structure and high sensitivity, the electrostatic method is widely used in the measurement of the gas–solid two-phase flow. The ring-shape electrodes with different widths have. Gajewski, J.B.: Non-Contact Electrostatic Flow Probes for Measuring the Flow Rate and Charge in the Two-Phase Gas–Solid Flows.
Chemical Engineering Scie – () CrossRef Google Scholar. such as oil, gases and two-phase gas-solid flow. A linear relationship between the mean fluid velocityv in a pipe flow and the mean frequency Z in the spectrum of the noise signal caused by the passage of electrostatic charges carried by the flow has been established in  and  whereZ is defined by the relationship ³ ³ f f 0 0 ZZW(Z.The velocity of solid particles in gas-solid two-phase flow is an important parameter, which can reflect the flow condition of gas-solid two-phase flow.
However, it is difficult to be measured. The electrostatic sensor combined with correlation technique provides a proper solution to the velocity measurement of gas-solid two-phase flow.Great advances have been made in particle velocity measurement in gas-solid flow by using electrostatic sensors along with signal processing algorithms such as cross-correlation [10,11,12,13,14] and spatial filtering [15,16,17] techniques, and encouraging results have been obtained in both laboratory and field experiments.