Spray Formation of a Liquid Carbon Dioxide-Water Mixture at Elevated Pressures
AbstractLiquid carbon dioxide-assisted (LCO2-assisted) atomization can be used in coal-water slurry gasification plants to prevent the agglomeration of coal particles. It is essential to understand the atomization behavior of the water-LCO2 mixture leaving the injector nozzle under various conditions, including the CO2 blending ratio, injection pressure, and chamber pressure. In this study, the flash-atomization behavior of a water-LCO2 mixture was evaluated with regard to the spray angle and penetration length during a throttling process. The injector nozzle was mounted downstream of a high-pressure spray-visualization system. Based on the results, the optimal condition for the effective transport of coal particles was proposed. View Full-Text
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Kim, H.; Kim, C.; Lim, H.; Song, J. Spray Formation of a Liquid Carbon Dioxide-Water Mixture at Elevated Pressures. Energies 2016, 9, 948.
Kim H, Kim C, Lim H, Song J. Spray Formation of a Liquid Carbon Dioxide-Water Mixture at Elevated Pressures. Energies. 2016; 9(11):948.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kim, Hakduck; Kim, Changyeon; Lim, Heechang; Song, Juhun. 2016. "Spray Formation of a Liquid Carbon Dioxide-Water Mixture at Elevated Pressures." Energies 9, no. 11: 948.
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