Using functional analysis for understanding complex 3D processes

D. Sankowski, V. Mosorov, Krzysztof Grudzien, A. Plaskowski, Artur J. Jaworski

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Abstract

The gas-solids flows in dense pneumatic conveying exhibit many interesting features related to their 3- dimensional and unsteady nature. The flows can be investigated by a high-speed video camera or twin-plane electrical capacitance tomography (ECT). In this paper, the results obtained from tomographic measurements are discussed. The data obtained are processed by means of functional analysis to allow a better understanding of the three-dimensional flow behaviour. Such an analysis enables the investigation of the solids behaviour in a turbulent gas-solids flow. This method is based on an approach in which the whole flow is defined as an n-dimensional image vector, which describes the instantaneous and local changes in solids concentration. Elements of this vector are obtained from a sequence of tomographic images. Each element describes changes in solids concentration within a given pixel and is considered as an elementary function (EF). Preliminary results of the behaviour of gas-solids flow by the proposed method are presented. © 2003 International Society for Industrial Process Tomography. All rights reserved.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication3rd World Congress in Industrial Process Tomography
Pages782-787
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2 Sep 2003
Externally publishedYes
Event3rd World Congress on Industrial Process Tomography - Banff, Canada
Duration: 2 Sep 20035 Sep 2003
Conference number: 3
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Conference3rd World Congress on Industrial Process Tomography
CountryCanada
CityBanff
Period2/09/035/09/03
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Sankowski, D., Mosorov, V., Grudzien, K., Plaskowski, A., & Jaworski, A. J. (2003). Using functional analysis for understanding complex 3D processes. In 3rd World Congress in Industrial Process Tomography (pp. 782-787)