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Ashfaq Md Ansery Lecturer ChE Department, BUET

What?

Particle size in terms of single linear dimension According to BOND for coarse particles opening through which 80% of the material will pass

29 January 2008

Particle Technology

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How? Mean size based on volume Mean size based on surface Mean size based on length 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 3 .

Possible Uses Volume mean Distribution of mass in a spray Surface mean Adsorption Crushing Light diffusion Linear mean Comparison of droplet evaporation 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 4 .

Major Assumption Each of the particle has the same shape 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 5 .

Mean Size Based on Volume Volume mean diameter Mean Volume diameter 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 6 .

Size Distribution Curve 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 7 .

dV Mean abscissa in the cumulative size distribution curve 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 8 .Volume Mean Diameter.

dV In terms of particle numbers dv (n d ∑ = ∑ (n d i i 4 i 3 i ) ) 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 9 .Volume Mean Diameter.

Mean Volume Diameter. then the total volume of particles is the same as in the mixture 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 10 . dV/ If all the particles are of diameter dv/.

Mean Volume Diameter. dV/ In terms of mass fraction ′= dv 3 1 xi ∑(d 3 ) i 11 29 January 2008 Particle Technology .

Mean Size Based on Surface Surface Mean diameter Mean Surface diameter 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 12 .

Size Distribution Curve 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 13 .

ds Mean abscissa in the distribution curve where surface in each fraction is plotted against size 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 14 .Surface Mean Diameter.

ds In terms of mass fraction Surface mean diameter is also known as Sauter mean diameter 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 15 .Surface Mean Diameter.

Sauter Mean Diameter (SMD) Diameter of a sphere that has the same volume/surface area ratio as a particle of interest Diameter of a drop having the same volume/surface area ratio as the entire spray Diameter of the particle with the same specific surface as the powder 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 16 .

2] It is especially important in calculations where the active surface area is important. Such areas include catalysis and applications in fuel combustion 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 17 .Sauter Mean Diameter (SMD) The SMD is common measure in fluid dynamics as a way estimating the average particle size SMD is also referred to as D[3.

the total surface will be the same as in the mixture 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 18 . ds/ The mean surface diameter is defined as the size of particle ds/ which is such that if all the particles are of this size.Mean Surface Diameter.

Mean Surface Diameter. ds/ In terms of mass fraction 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 19 .

Mean Size Based on Length Length mean diameter Mean length diameter 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 20 .

Length Mean Diameter. dl A length mean diameter may be defined as: 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 21 .

Mean Length Diameter. dl/ A mean length diameter or arithmetic mean diameter may also be defined by: 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 22 .

Example 1.1 The size analysis of a powdered material on a mass basis is represented by a straight line from o percent mass at 1µm particle size to 100 percent mass at 101µm particle size as shown in figure Calculate the surface mean diameter of the particles constituting the system 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 23 .

10 0.05 0.15 24 .Problem A spray-dried detergent has the following screen analysis: Tyler Screen Mesh -10+14 -14+20 -20+28 -28+35 -35+48 -48+65 -65 29 January 2008 Particle Technology Weight Fraction 0.02 0.25 0.25 0.18 0.

Problem Determine the various diameters of this material Mean size based on volume Mean size based on surface Mean size based on length 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 25 .

.Reference Richardson et al. page 10-14 29 January 2008 Particle Technology 26 . Coulson & Richardson’s CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. fifth edition. volume 2.

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