Publisher DOI: 10.1002/cite.202000076
Title: Recent Advances in Experimental Techniques for Flow and Mass Transfer Analyses in Thermal Separation Systems
Language: English
Authors: Hampel, Uwe 
Schubert, Markus 
Alexander, D. 
Sohr, Johanna 
Vishwakarma, Vineet 
Repke, Jens Uwe 
Gerke, Sören J. 
Leuner, Hannes 
Rädle, Matthias 
Kapoustina, Viktoria 
Schmitt, Lucas 
Grünewald, Marcus 
Brinkmann, Jost H. 
Plate, Dominik 
Kenig, Eugeny Y. 
Lutters, Nicole 
Bolenz, Lukas 
Buckmann, Felix 
Toye, Dominique 
Arlt, Wolfgang 
Linder, Thomas 
Hoffmann, Rainer 
Klein, Harald 
Rehfeldt, Sebastian 
Winkler, Thomas 
Bart, Hans Jörg 
Wirz, Dominic 
Schulz, Jonas 
Scholl, Stephan 
Augustin, Wolfgang 
Jasch, Katharina 
Schlüter, Florian 
Schwerdtfeger, Natalie 
Jahnke, Stefan 
Jupke, Andreas 
Kabatnik, Christoph 
Braeuer, Andreas Siegfried 
D'Auria, Mirko 
Runowski, Thomas 
Casal, Maria Francisco 
Becker, Karsten 
David, Anna Lena 
Górak, Andrzej 
Skiborowski, Mirko 
Groß, Kai 
Qammar, Hina 
Keywords: Experimental techniques;Measurement techniques;Thermal separation systems
Issue Date: Jul-2020
Source: Chemie-Ingenieur-Technik 92 (7): 926-948 (2020-07)
Journal: Chemie - Ingenieur - Technik 
Abstract (english): 
Modelling flow and mass transfer of thermal separation equipment constitutes one of the most challenging tasks in fluids process engineering. The difficulty of this task comes from the multiscale multiphase flow phenomena in rather complex geometries. Both analysis of flow and mass transfer on different scales as well as validation of models and simulation results require advanced experimental and measurement techniques. As a follow-up to intensive discussions during the 2019 Tutzing Symposium “Separation Units 4.0” a wide set of available modern experimental technologies is presented.
ISSN: 0009-286X
Institute: Systemverfahrenstechnik V-4 
Document Type: Article
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