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Published by Professional Publishing for The Institution of Mechanical Engineers in Bury St. Edmunds, London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Pneumatic-tube transportation -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementorganized by The Bulk Materials Handling Committee of The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) ; co-sponsored by the Materials Handling Engineers Association and the Solids Handling and Processing Association.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesIMechE seminar publication -- 1999-8
ContributionsInstitution of Mechanical Engineers (Great Britain).
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTJ1015 .S83 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination92 p. :
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20709976M
ISBN 101860581951

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Pneumatic Conveying Design Guide is a guide for the design of pneumatic conveying systems and includes detailed data and information on the conveying characteristics of a number of materials with a wide range of properties. This book includes logic diagrams for design procedures and scaling parameters for the conveying line configuration.5/5(1). The Pneumatic Conveying Design Guide will be of use to both designers and users of pneumatic conveying systems. Each aspect of the subject is discussed from basic principles to support those new to, or learning about, this versatile technique. Pneumatic conveying is one of the most popular methods of handling bulk powdered and granular materials in mining, chemical and agricultural industries. This 3rd edition of this successful book covers both theoretical and practical aspects of the subject. It is unique in its blending of academic materials and good industrial design techniques. Pneumatic Conveying Design Guide is a guide for the design of pneumatic conveying systems and includes detailed data and information on the conveying characteristics of a number of materials with a wide range of properties. This book includes logic diagrams for design procedures and scaling parameters for the conveying line configuration.

  Pneumatic conveying is one of the most popular methods of handling bulk powdered and granular materials in mining, chemical and agricultural industries. This 3rd edition of this successful book Reviews: 1. Figure Basic elements of a pneumatic conveying system. the air-lock that is necessary for successful operation, in the case of positive pres-sure systems. Some feeders act only as air locks and so require additional equipment to meter the material into the conveying . Pneumatic Conveying Design Guide. Book • Third Edition • Conveying air velocity is critical to the successful operation of most pneumatic conveying systems and the correct selection of the air supply system is paramount. Air is compressible with respect to pressure and so conveying air velocity will vary along the entire length of. 1. Introduction to pneumatic conveying and the guide 03 Introduction 03 Pneumatic conveying 03 Information provided 13 Review of chapters 14 Definitions 20 Nomenclature 25 References 28 2. Review of pneumatic conveying systems 29 Introduction 29 System types 29 System requirements 48 Material property.

Papers presented at the one-day seminar, Successful Pneumatic Conveying, held at the Coventry University Technology Park Conference Centre, UK, 24 February Description: 92 pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. What is pneumatic conveying? Pneumatic conveying is the movement of solids through pipe using gas (usually air) as the motive force. It differs from hydraulic or slurry conveying in that the gas expands continuously along the pipe length. The flow regime in the pipe depends greatly on the ratio of solids to gas and the particle characteristics. Pneumatic systems are particularly suitable for conveying materials where space is limited. All conveyor solutions are custom-made to suit your specific production waste handling needs. Various conveyor solutions utilize suction and pressure systems, creating a vacuum or pressure, and the material can be moved horizontally and vertically.   David Mills has worked in the field of pneumatic conveying for over forty years. From – he was Professor of Bulk Solids Handling at Glasgow Caledonian University. He has published over papers in the field, and has been working as an independent consultant in pneumatic conveying since --This text refers to the paperback Reviews: 1.