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|Title: ||Efficient Simulation of Gas Flow in Blast Furnace|
|Authors: ||ABHALE, PB|
|Keywords: ||iron-oxide pellets|
|Issue Date: ||2009|
|Publisher: ||TECH SCIENCE PRESS|
|Citation: ||CMC-COMPUTERS MATERIALS & CONTINUA, 10(2), 195-216|
|Abstract: ||Simulation of gas flow in a multilayered non-isothermal packed bed is useful for blast furnace operators in deciding appropriate charging strategy. While using an anisotropic form of Ergun equation to simulate gas flow through such systems, a new solution methodology for non-isothermal gas with varying density flowing through a layered burden has been proposed. This involves handling non-linearity due to gas density variation with pressure and temperature by solving for the square of pressure instead of pressure directly and handling the non-linearity due to vertical bar nu vertical bar term in the Ergun equation by solving linearized form of Ergun equation and updating vertical bar nu vertical bar iteratively. The proposed scheme is capable of predicting the effect of layer structure on gas flow with economy in number of grid points as well as computation time.|
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