Programs are presented for calculating dusty air flow in ventilation systems, which have been derived from the method of singular integral equations. They allow one to construct flow lines and determine the velocity pattern for the air in a closed rectangular region with outlet, flow, and extraction holes; a study is made on the dust particle behavior in the aerodynamic field in which there may be a rotating cylinder or pumping cylinder; determinations are made of the concentration and grain-size composition of the dust in the extraction hole; one can construct flow lines and single-particle paths in multicoupled regions of potential flows containing any number of rotating cylinders and cylinder pumps.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 21, 2008
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