Compressible Cake Constant Rate Filtration
 

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Simulation of the batch sedimentation of compressible compacts is also possible using an appropriately coded computer spreadsheet. The governing equation for this type of sedimentation is a non-linear parabolic partial differential equation that must be solved by a numerical technique such as Finite Difference. This has been achieved using a spreadsheet, and examples of how to use the simulation and the results are provided and compared with data taken during batch sedimentation of compressible compacts whilst monitoring the local concentration within the vessel using an electrical conductance technique.

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Submitted On:
09 Nov 2016
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EngineerHK
File Date:
07 Nov 2016
File Author:
Steve Haise
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#1 JohnDoyle[Admin] 2016-11-09 11:30
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