Prediction of bubble dynamics in a fluidized bed by the measurement of pressure oscillations

Parlak, M
Patoglu, V
Sayar, A
Vural, H
In the present study, the pressure fluctuations in a two-dimensional transparent fluidized bed are measured by a pressure transducer such that the bubble formation and movement can be detected from the signals. Bubble movement is recorded by a video camera and signals obtained from the pressure transducer are stored in a computer. Bubble diameters and rise velocities are determined from pressure-time data utilizing image and signal processing techniques.
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M. Parlak, V. Patoglu, A. Sayar, and H. Vural, “Prediction of bubble dynamics in a fluidized bed by the measurement of pressure oscillations,” KARADENIZ TECH UNIV, TRABZON, TURKEY, 1998, p. 111, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: