sprays research

The unique capabilities of spray research are able to support an extensive array of research projects concerning the behavior of industrial-scale atomizers under a broad range of realistic process conditions and environments. 

 

Previous studies include:

  • investigations of the dynamics of intersecting sprays of large-volume, low-pressure direct-pressure atomizers

  • effect of low surface-tension [56 to 22 dynes/cm] simulants on performance of medium-flow direct-pressure atomizers

  • effect of high-viscosity [200 to 2300 cps] simulants on performance of medium-flow air-atomizers

  • effect of imposed co-current high-velocity [44 m/sec] air flow on performance of medium-flow air-atomizers

  • effect of washing cycles on performance of full-scale mist eliminator geometries

  • effect of moderate over-pressure [2.4 to 7.6 barg / 35 to 110 psig] on performance of low-flow direct-pressure atomizers

  • investigations of water flow capacities of moderate-flow air-atomizers utilizing saturated steam as the atomizing fluid

  • effect of low surface-tension [40 to 22 dynes/cm] simulants on performance of medium-flow air-atomizers

  • effect of additives on the production of respirable aerosols by machine tool mist cooling/lubrication systems

  • optimization of the geometry of large multi-atomizer arrays for use in the absorber sections of wet FGD towers

  • investigation of the dynamics of intersecting sprays of close arrays of large air-atomizers

  • effect of operating parameters and geometry on effectiveness of roll dampening systems on large web presses


Sspray research . . . because nozzles are everywhere
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Last modified: September 12, 2013