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The principal ones are schematically shown in Figure 1. The flow regimes are listed by increasing value of U as follows: Bubble-free bed expansion Bubbling fluidization Slug flow Turbulent fluidization Fast fluidization and dense suspension upflow Fig. 1. Flow regimes of gas–solid fluidization. The bubbling regime is one of the most studied flow regimes in gas-solid fluidization. Bubbles coalesce and break-up as fluid flow is increased. Finally, the bubbles become large enough to occupy a substantial fraction of the cross-section of the small diameter columns (Vejahati 2006).
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The displacement of the particle images is measured in the plane of the image and used to determine the displacement of the particles (van Buijtenen et al. 2011; Fu et al. 2011; He et al. ; Kashyap and Gidaspow 2011; Laverman et al. 2008; Sathe et al. 2010) Table 2. Non-intrusive measurement techniques. , Findlay, J. -C. Wang and Han 1999) Fiber Optic Probe This technique is commonly used as effective tools to measure the local porosity in fluidized beds. (Fischer, Peglow, and Tsotsas 2011; Link et al.