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Quantitative assessment of reentrainment in the electrocyclone

A. G. Titov, Z. R. Gil'vanova, E. A. Shevchenko, M. K. Masnaviev, A. A. Bir


The paper was devoted to the investigation of the reentrainment which was a parasitic effect incipient at the gas-cleaning systems – cyclones. It was demonstrated that the reentrainment. Arises at the speed of the aerosol from 14 to 27 m/sec. The quantitative characteristics of the reentrainment were determined.


eentrainment; cyclones; gas-cleaning systems; irrigation receiving electrode

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Chimica Techno Acta, 2014-2023
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