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The whitepaper outlines research work being undertaken in the area of transient modelling of dense phase gassolid flow and the application of this work to bypass systems at the CBSPT, Australia.

This Whitepaper outlines the current research activities of the Centre for Bulk Solids and Particulate Technologies at The University of Newcastle, Australia, in the area of pneumatic conveying and gas-solid flow. The major thrust of this work is to more accurately predict conveying line pressure drop as the major design parameter when predicting system performance.

The whitepaper outlines research work being undertaken in the area of transient modelling of dense phase gassolid flow and the application of this work to bypass systems. The paper also covers the work being undertaken in the classification of bulk solids for pneumatic conveying and the prediction of erosive wear in pipelines in order to predict pipeline remnant life. Pneumatic conveying has been a focus of the research activity at the University of Newcastle over a period of more than twenty years.

The output of this research activity is implemented in industry through contract research and development through the University’s professional contract research and consulting company TUNRA Bulk Solids. The focus of current pneumatic conveying research at Newcastle is on transient modelling of system pressure drop in non-suspension dense phase conveying, and development of the transient modelling approach to bypass conveying systems for low velocity conveying.

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Published: 12/14/2011 | Redaktion BSH (BulkSolidHandling)

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