Transient loads on pneumatic conveying pipeline bends

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Abstract

This paper presents the initial results from an investigation into the impact forces in pneumatic conveying bends. This problem is increasingly prevalent in industry due to a shift towards the more energy efficient dense phase conveying mode. Despite the increased interest in the analysis of these impact forces, there is no standard method of determining these forces.

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2003

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Keywords

  • energy systems
  • pneumatic conveying bends
  • energy efficiency

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Transient loads on pneumatic conveying pipeline bends. / Cowell, Andrew; McGlinchey, Don; Ferguson, L.

2003.

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