Turbulence intensity evaluation in a radial-tangential plane within a cyclone separator using PIV

C. Del C Gutiérrez-Torres, J. A. Jimenez-Bernal, J. A. Garcia-Sanchez, H. Aguilar Morales

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Experimental results for turbulence intensity measurements within a cyclone separator are presented in this work. Experimental data was obtained in a tangential-radial plane located 5 mm from the top wall of the cyclone separator. PIV technique was used v.o obtain experimental data at three different flow conditions (Re = 3.66×104, Re = 9.15×l04 and Re = 1.46×105). Reynolds number calculations was carried out using flow inlet velocity and cyclone diameter as characteristic length. Although the flow inside a cyclone separator is a swirling flow, velocity fields obtained using the PIV technique are reported in an orthogonal coordinate system. Therefore, turbulence intensity measurements presented are for u and v velocity components, Maximum values for turbulence intensities increase as Reynolds number increases; however, this increase is not a proportional one. Copyright © 2010 by ASME.
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Cyclone separators
Turbulence
Reynolds number
Swirling flow
Inlet flow
Flow velocity

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Del C Gutiérrez-Torres, C., Jimenez-Bernal, J. A., Garcia-Sanchez, J. A., & Aguilar Morales, H. (2010). Turbulence intensity evaluation in a radial-tangential plane within a cyclone separator using PIV. 909-913. Paper presented at ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings, . https://doi.org/10.1115/IMECE2009-12512
Del C Gutiérrez-Torres, C. ; Jimenez-Bernal, J. A. ; Garcia-Sanchez, J. A. ; Aguilar Morales, H. / Turbulence intensity evaluation in a radial-tangential plane within a cyclone separator using PIV. Paper presented at ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings, .817 p.
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Del C Gutiérrez-Torres, C, Jimenez-Bernal, JA, Garcia-Sanchez, JA & Aguilar Morales, H 2010, 'Turbulence intensity evaluation in a radial-tangential plane within a cyclone separator using PIV', Paper presented at ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings, 1/01/10 pp. 909-913. https://doi.org/10.1115/IMECE2009-12512

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