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1c). 1 Cyclone designs. (a) Axial entry through-flow cyclone with blow-down (Strauss, 1975). (b) Axial entry reverse-flow cyclone (Strauss, 1975). (c) Tangential entry reverse-flow cyclone (Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1985). INERTIAL SEPARATORS: BASIC PRINCIPLES 43 of a pipe down which the disengaged particles move in dense-phase flow. This is common practice in collecting particles from the gases leaving fluidised bed reactors or crackers or combustors, and the dip-leg then usually extends down below the surface of the bed.
Journal of the Institute of Fuel, 32, 316-320. 3 Inertial separators: basic principles R. 1 Introduction Inertial separators concentrate or collect particles by changing the direction of motion of the flowing gas, in such a way that the particle trajectories cross over the gas steamlines and the particles are either concentrated into a small part of the gas flow or are separated by impingement onto a surface. By far the most widely used type of inertial separator is the cyclone, in which the gas undergoes some kind of vortex motion so that the gas acceleration is centripetal; the particles, therefore, move centrifugally towards the outside of the cyclone.
Patashnick, H. and Rupprecht, G. (1980). A new real time isokinetic dust mass monitoring system, JAPCA, 30, 1018. M. K. (1987). Performance of cyclones in the off-gas path of a pressurised fluidised bed combustor. Filtration and Separation, 10 (May/June), 178-187. B. E. (1959). The effect of probe shape on the accuracy of sampling flue gases for dust content. Journal of the Institute of Fuel, 32, 316-320. 3 Inertial separators: basic principles R. 1 Introduction Inertial separators concentrate or collect particles by changing the direction of motion of the flowing gas, in such a way that the particle trajectories cross over the gas steamlines and the particles are either concentrated into a small part of the gas flow or are separated by impingement onto a surface.