Engineering algorithm for simulation and designing of a continuous convective drying apparatus serving for drying heat-stable and heat-labile granules in a vibratory fluidized bed (vibrating, suspended bed) was suggested. The algorithm was based on a joint use of mass and heat balance equations, empirical dependences, and comparison of technological parameters with parameters got by the mathematical simulation of dynamics in the vibratory fluidized bed of variable weight. For example, we suggested a calculation algorithm of technological parameters of drying the heat-stable zeolite granules in the vibrating suspended bed. The results for a unit cost of heat and moisture evaporation standards in 3-stage drying were compared with the same for pneumatic drying apparatus, with devices of the fluidized and vibratory fluidized beds, and with sublimation dryers known in industry.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 6, 2010
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