Using electrical impedance tomography to interpret the filter cycle
conference contributionposted on 2009-07-13, 13:50 authored by Steve Tarleton, Darryl L. Hancock
An experimental pressure filtration rig, capable of automatic operation and data collection, has been used to acquire data for a number of filter cycles. The computer controlled apparatus uses electrical resistance measurements and suitable transducers to determine the status of a filter cake during combinations of cake formation, gas dewatering and displacement washing. The experimental arrangement is briefly described together with the principal equations of a computer simulation. Experimental data obtained for aqueous calcite suspensions are compared with the predictions made by simulation and conclusions are drawn.
- Aeronautical, Automotive, Chemical and Materials Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
CitationTARLETON, E.S. and HANCOCK, D.L., 1996. Using electrical impedance tomography to interpret the filter cycle. IN: Proceedings of the 7th World Filtration Conference. WFC7, 20-23 May 1996, Budapest, Hungary, pp. 52-56
PublisherHungarian Chemical Society
- AM (Accepted Manuscript)
NotesThis conference paper was presented at WFC7, 20-23 May 2006 in Budapest, Hungary.