2010-2-15 The first description of the velocity profile of a hydrocyclone was done by Kelsall in 1952 . With the fast development of Laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDV), it became much easier to determine the flow field in solid–liquid or oil–water separation hydrocyclones , , , , , .

More2016-4-6 The velocity profiles and separation efficiency curves of a hydrocyclone were predicted by an Euler–Euler approach using a computational fluid dynamics tool ANSYS-CFX 14.5. The Euler–Euler approach is capable of considering the particle–particle interactions and is appropriate for highly laden liquid–solid mixtures. Predicted results were compared and

MoreThe measurement of the velocity distribution in a hydrocyclone is the first step in predicting the flow patter n. from a fluid mechanic point of view. The simplest approach is to use inviscid ...

MoreThe velocity profiles and separation efficiency curves of a hydrocyclone were predicted by an Euler–Euler approach using a computational fluid dynamics tool ANSYS-CFX 14.5.

MoreA hydrocyclone is an effective device for multiphase separation, utilizing the principle of centrifugal sedimentation. It is widely used in grading, desliming,

More2022-1-1 means to predict velocity profiles under a wide range of design and operating conditions. The numerical treatment Navier Stokes equations are the backbone of any CFD technique gradually crept into the analysis of the hydrocyclone in the early 1980s. This resulted from the rapid improvement in computers and a better

MoreBrennan [33] predicted the tangential velocity, axial velocity, and radial pressure profiles in a hydrocyclone and compared the simulation results with the laser Doppler velocimetry (LDV) test ...

More2014-11-20 3D swirling flow confined in cylinder-conical geometries [1,2,3,4] Tangential velocity v Rankine vortex v =k 1 r forced vortex (rotation of a rigid body) v =k 2 /r free vortex ( potential vortex) Axial velocity v z two opposite flows a flow direct to

More2015-3-7 VELOCITY VS. FORCE 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 0 0.5 1 CL DISTANCE (METERS) TANGENTIAL VELOCITY (M/S) CENTRIFUGAL FORCE (G’S) Tools for Increased Cyclone Efficiency: Tangential (Radial) Velocity Fc= m Vt2/r

More2011-3-16 Numerical study of liquid-solid separation process inside the hydrocyclones whit double cone 85 Fig. 1 Hydrocyclone dimensions and geometry The main parameter is the hydrocyclone diameter Dc=250 mm.This is the

More2018-3-23 inlets the velocity is set to 5 m/s, and the turbulence conditions to isotropic with an intensity of 5 % and a length scale of 0.07 times the inlet diameter. 5 % of the flow exits through the underflow where a uniform velocity profile is specified. A constant pressure condition is applied at the overflow.

More2016-4-6 The velocity profiles and separation efficiency curves of a hydrocyclone were predicted by an Euler–Euler approach using a computational fluid dynamics tool ANSYS-CFX 14.5. The Euler–Euler approach is capable of considering the particle–particle interactions and is appropriate for highly laden liquid–solid mixtures. Predicted results were compared and

More2012-11-29 accepted in the area of mineral processing, Though hydrocyclone was patented in late 181h century, rigorous understanding on principles and application began only in mid fifties [Kelsall (1952, 1953)]. These studies of Kelsall on the axial, radial and tangential velocity profiles inside a cyclone formed the basis for the subsequent research.

More2021-9-18 Velocity and pressure profiles were obtained for a single phase simulation in order to evaluate the flow behavior on the hydrocyclone. Then, oil volume fraction, velocity, and pressure profiles were obtained for a multiphase simulation and the results were in agreement with previously reported data in the literature.

More2012-10-25 velocity profiles at axial plane 200mm measured from hydrocyclone roof and covering the full axial plane from wall to wall so as to examine the sort of symmetry within hydrocyclone as conducted by CFD. It is obvious that there is a good symmetry in the flow within hydrocyclone especially in the tangential velocity profiles, so only one

MoreA hydrocyclone is an effective device for multiphase separation, utilizing the principle of centrifugal sedimentation. It is widely used in grading, desliming, concentration, clarification, and sorting because of its simple design, convenient

More2013-5-1 It is evident that the high quality mesh predicts the velocity profile much better than the low quality mesh. 6 Axial velocity comparison at a position 60 mm from the top. Figures 7–12 show the tangential and axial velocity profiles at different

MoreThe separation mechanism of hydrocyclone is elucidated by determining the three velocity components of the flow field. In this study, volumetric

More2000-7-13 (1998) who measured velocity profiles in a hydrocyclone and an industrial cleaner respectively. The former authors gave a complete mapping of tangential v q and axial v z velocities in the hydrocyclone and calculated the radial velocity from the continuity equation. On the other hand Fisher and Flack (1998)

More2014-11-20 3D swirling flow confined in cylinder-conical geometries [1,2,3,4] Tangential velocity v Rankine vortex v =k 1 r forced vortex (rotation of a rigid body) v =k 2 /r free vortex ( potential vortex) Axial velocity v z two opposite flows a flow direct to

More2016-4-6 The velocity profiles and separation efficiency curves of a hydrocyclone were predicted by an Euler–Euler approach using a computational fluid dynamics tool ANSYS-CFX 14.5. The Euler–Euler approach is capable of considering the particle–particle interactions and is appropriate for highly laden liquid–solid mixtures. Predicted results were compared and

More2021-9-18 Velocity and pressure profiles were obtained for a single phase simulation in order to evaluate the flow behavior on the hydrocyclone. Then, oil volume fraction, velocity, and pressure profiles were obtained for a multiphase simulation and the results were in agreement with previously reported data in the literature.

More2018-12-4 Inlet velocity V in 3.63 m/s Pressure drop Δp 62.05 kPa Water dynamic viscosity μ 10‐3 Pas Water density ρ 103 kg/m3 Diameter D of the hydrocyclone 102 mm Mean axial velocity inside the hydrocyclone V=4Q/πD2 0.306 m/s Reynolds number Re= ρVD/μ 3.12x104 x y tangential inlet : generation of the vortex flow

More2012-10-25 velocity profiles at axial plane 200mm measured from hydrocyclone roof and covering the full axial plane from wall to wall so as to examine the sort of symmetry within hydrocyclone as conducted by CFD. It is obvious that there is a good symmetry in the flow within hydrocyclone especially in the tangential velocity profiles, so only one

More2012-11-29 accepted in the area of mineral processing, Though hydrocyclone was patented in late 181h century, rigorous understanding on principles and application began only in mid fifties [Kelsall (1952, 1953)]. These studies of Kelsall on the axial, radial and tangential velocity profiles inside a cyclone formed the basis for the subsequent research.

MoreHowever, the force balance requires fluid velocity at the node. Thus, the model solution is an iterative calculation. Experimental velocity profiles and size-classification curves determined up to 40% solids in a 75-mm hydrocyclone confirm the model predictions.

MoreA hydrocyclone is an effective device for multiphase separation, utilizing the principle of centrifugal sedimentation. It is widely used in grading, desliming, concentration, clarification, and sorting because of its simple design, convenient

More2000-7-13 (1998) who measured velocity profiles in a hydrocyclone and an industrial cleaner respectively. The former authors gave a complete mapping of tangential v q and axial v z velocities in the hydrocyclone and calculated the radial velocity from the continuity equation. On the other hand Fisher and Flack (1998)

MoreA hydrocyclone is an apparatus consisting of a cylindrical or a cylindrical-conical body with a tangential or involute entrance to admit the fluid inside. There are also two opposite exits, the top exit which is the vortex finder and the bottom exit called apex. Fig. 1 shows the schematic of a widely used hydrocyclone.

More2011-3-16 Numerical study of liquid-solid separation process inside the hydrocyclones whit double cone 85 Fig. 1 Hydrocyclone dimensions and geometry The main parameter is the hydrocyclone diameter Dc=250 mm.This is the

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