Ohio State University is 29
pages and 684kb 
The following report from Ohio State University for
the period contains these brief chapters: 
Highlights 
Work Performed 
1 
Development of Fiber Optic Probe System 
2 
Effect of Pressure on the Gas Holdup of Slurry
Bubble Column 
Objective 
34 
Introduction 
34 
Experimental 
36 
Instantaneous Heat Transfer
Measurement/Probe Design 
37 
Measurement Technique 
38 
Probe Validation 
40 
Instantaneous Heat Transfer Coefficient 
40 
Concluding Remarks 
41 
Nomenclature 
42 
References 
42 
Figures and Tables 
43 

Washington University
Research is 37 pages and 1,039kb 
The following report from Washington
University for the period contains these brief chapters: 
Objectives for the Third Budget Year 
Outline of Accomplishments 
1. 
Turbulence Parameters in 18in. Diameter
Columns with and without Intervals 
2. 
Establishment of the Relationship
between the Axial Dispersion Coefficient and Parameters of the
Phenomenological Recycle with Cross Flow and Eddy Diffusion Model 
3. 
Progress in Evaluation of the Momentum
Balance Equation for Bubble Column Using CARPT and CT Measurements 

Objective for the Third Budget Year 
i 
Outline of Accomplishments 
ii 
1. 
Turbulence parameters in 18in. Diameter
Columns with and without Intervals 
1 
1.1 
Outline of the Experiments 
1 
1.2 
Experimental Results and Discussions 
2 
1.2.1 
Turbulent Parameters in the Column without Intervals 
2 
1.2.2 
Turbulent Parameters in the Column with Intervals 
2 
1.2.3 
Comparison of these Turbulent Stresses in the
Columns with and without Intervals 
3 
1.3 
References 
3 
2. 
Establishment of the Relationship
between the Axial Dispersion Coefficient and Parameters of the
Phenomenological Recycle with Cross Flow and Eddy Diffusion Model 
13 
2.1 
TwoDimensional ConvectionDiffusion
Model for Liquid Mixing in Bubble Columns 
13 
2.2 
Relationship between Axial Dispersion
Coefficient and Parameters in the Phenomenological Recycle with
Cross Flow and Eddy Diffusion Model 
15 
2.3 
Nomenclature 
20 
2.4 
References 
21 
3. 
Progress in Evaluation of the Momentum
Balance Equation for Bubble Column Using CARPT and CT Measurements 
22 
3.1 
Introduction 
22 
3.2 
Discussion 
23 
3.3 
Conclusion 
25 
3.4 
Nomenclature 
25 
3.5 
References 
26 

Exxon Research and
Engineering is 17 pages and 527kb 
Computation of Particle Source Strength
for CARPT Experiment 
56 

Figure 1 
Schematics of the detector setup for CARPT 
56 
Figure 2a 
Particle at best location 
57 
Figure 2b 
Particle at worst location 
57 
Table 1 
Physical Properties 
59 
Design of Calibration Device for the
High Pressure System 
61 

1 
Introduction 
61 
2 
Description of the device 
62 
3 
Procedure and cost estimation 
64 
Figure 1 
Radial gas holdup (a) and Axial liquid velocity (b)
distribution in 48.3 cm column at various axial locations U_{9}
= 3.34 cm/s 
69 
Figure 2 
Simulation for the presence of circulation cells 
70 
Figure 3 
Simulation inhibiting the circulation cells 
71 
Figure 4 
Gas holdup profiles with and without circulation
cells 
72 