Videos - Fluidisation of calcite-pellets 0.8-0.9mm and 1.4-1.7 mm in water for various flow rates

doi: 10.4121/13277246.v3
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Kramer, Onno; van Schaik, Cas; Nijssen, Tim (2021): Videos - Fluidisation of calcite-pellets 0.8-0.9mm and 1.4-1.7 mm in water for various flow rates. Version 3. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/13277246.v3
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52 videos calcite grains fluidised in water in an experimental setup using a Canon LEGRIA HF G25 camera. CaCO3 calcite pellets (1.4-1.7mm) and (0.8-0.9mm) in a D=57mm PVC transparent cylindrical column with water at 18 °C for various linear flow rates (flow from left to right). An advanced experimental study at the pilot plant at Waternet Amsterdam.

This research is part of the project “Hydraulic modelling of liquid-solid fluidisation in drinking water treatment processes” carried out by Waternet, Delft University of Technology. Financial support came from Waternet Drinking Water Production Department.


history
  • 2020-11-24 first online
  • 2021-01-29 published, posted
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4TU.ResearchData
organizations
Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Water Management
Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering, Department of Process and Energy
Waternet, Amsterdam
HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, Institute for Life Science and Chemistry
Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering & Chemistry, Multiphase Reactors Group
Queen Mary University of London, Division of Chemical Engineering, School of Engineering and Materials Science

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