Operational, constructive and hydrodynamic parameters of foam devices

Development, energy and resource saving in the chemical and food technologies
Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific Conference «Chemical Technology and Engineering»: June 24–28, 2019, Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2018, pp. 79–80

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Evgenia Manoilo Ph.D. bublikova1 [at] gmail.com Docent
Kharkiv, Ukraine
Natalia Ponomareva Ph.D. bublikova1 [at] gmail.com Docent
Kharkiv, Ukraine
Kalif Repko No bublikova1 [at] gmail.com -
Kharkiv, Ukraine
Denys Davydov No bublikova1 [at] gmail.com -
Kharkiv, Ukraine
V. Moiseev Ph.D. bublikova1 [at] gmail.com National Technical University Kharkiv Polytecnical Institute
Kharkiv, Ukraine

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Abstract

Industrial implementation of the stabilization method of the gas-liquid layer can significantly expand the field of foam applications and opens new opportunities for intensifying technological processes with the simultaneous creation of low-waste technologies. The basic parameters influencing the hydrodynamics of foam devices are determined, the basic constructions and operating modes of foam devices are considered. The connection of hydrodynamic parameters is revealed. The hydrodynamics of foam layer is considered.

References

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[2] V. F. Moiseev, E. V. Manoilo, N. G. Ponomaryova, K. Yu. Repko, D. V. Davydov. Methodology of calculation of construction and hydrodynamic parameters of a foam layer apparatus for mass-transfer processes. Bulletin of NTU "KhPI", № 16, pp. 165 – 176, 2018, https://doi.org/10.20998/2413-4295.2018.16.25

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