Compartmental modeling of an 1100L DTB crystallizer based on large eddy flow simulation

A ten Cate*, SK Bermingham, JJ Derksen, HMJ Kramer

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Abstract

In this contribution, the development of a compartmental model for the dynamic simulation of an 1100L DTB crystallizer is presented. Design of the compartment structure was based on high resolution CFD simulation of the internal flow of the crystallizer. The CFD simulation of the turbulent flow field was based on a lattice-Boltzmann scheme with a Smagorinsky subgrid-scale turbulence model (c(s) was 0.11), The fully developed turbulent flow field was simulated at Re=240.000 on 35.5 . 10(6) grid nodes. A detailed compartmental model with 21 compartments was derived. The model contained mass, heat and population balances for each compartment. From the CFD simulations, flow rates and local rates of energy dissipation fur each compartment were determined. Explorative simulation results of the compartmental model are presented to demonstrate the influence of compartment structure, short circuiting flow and late of energy dissipation on the evolving crystal size distribution.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication10TH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON MIXING
EditorsHEA VanDenAkker, JJ Derksen
PublisherELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
Pages255-264
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)0-444-50476-1
Publication statusPublished - 2000
Event10th European Conference on Mixing - DELFT, Netherlands
Duration: 2 Jul 20005 Jul 2000

Conference

Conference10th European Conference on Mixing
CountryNetherlands
CityDELFT
Period2/07/005/07/00

Keywords

  • BRITTLE-FRACTURE
  • PROCESSES PART

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ten Cate, A., Bermingham, SK., Derksen, JJ., & Kramer, HMJ. (2000). Compartmental modeling of an 1100L DTB crystallizer based on large eddy flow simulation. In HEA. VanDenAkker, & JJ. Derksen (Eds.), 10TH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON MIXING (pp. 255-264). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV.

Compartmental modeling of an 1100L DTB crystallizer based on large eddy flow simulation. / ten Cate, A; Bermingham, SK; Derksen, JJ; Kramer, HMJ.

10TH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON MIXING. ed. / HEA VanDenAkker; JJ Derksen. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2000. p. 255-264.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

ten Cate, A, Bermingham, SK, Derksen, JJ & Kramer, HMJ 2000, Compartmental modeling of an 1100L DTB crystallizer based on large eddy flow simulation. in HEA VanDenAkker & JJ Derksen (eds), 10TH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON MIXING. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, pp. 255-264, 10th European Conference on Mixing, DELFT, Netherlands, 2/07/00.
ten Cate A, Bermingham SK, Derksen JJ, Kramer HMJ. Compartmental modeling of an 1100L DTB crystallizer based on large eddy flow simulation. In VanDenAkker HEA, Derksen JJ, editors, 10TH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON MIXING. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 2000. p. 255-264
ten Cate, A ; Bermingham, SK ; Derksen, JJ ; Kramer, HMJ. / Compartmental modeling of an 1100L DTB crystallizer based on large eddy flow simulation. 10TH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON MIXING. editor / HEA VanDenAkker ; JJ Derksen. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2000. pp. 255-264
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