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Moving bed heat exchangers are found in a wide variety of applications where the primary function is to heat or cool free-flowing granular solids. We take a closer look at how they operate, including why a detailed understanding of bulk solid material properties and the uniform mass flow of solids is required to achieve effective and efficient heat transfer.
The ability to use hot bulk solids to generate electricity: many in the heat transfer world regard this concept as a modern-day lightning rod for industrial processes, particularly when the technologies involved have been around for decades.
Igor Makarenko, Global Director of Fertilizer, shares insights into what Solex will be up to at CRU’s Nitrogen + Syngas USA virtual conference, being held Feb. 16-18.
How indirect heat transfer technology can utilize low-grade waste heat that's otherwise wasted to instead pre-heat sugar at the melting stage, thereby reducing the amount of steam that needs to be injected and, in turn, overall energy consumption.
In Episode 6 of The Exchange, we sit down with Joe Marinelli of Solids Handling Technologies and Albert Bedell of Solex Thermal to discuss all things batteries.
Pedro Moran, Global Director of Food Products, shares insights into what Solex will be up to at the Arab Fertilizer Association (AFA) Technical Symposium being held Feb. 3-4.
In the world of indirect heat exchangers, water, thermal oil and molten salts have traditionally shared the responsibility of heating or cooling free-flowing granular solids. Yet limitations with these three kings of the heat transfer is opening the door to the ground-breaking use of granular materials.
In Episode 5 of The Exchange, we sit down with American Foundry Society CEO Doug Kurkul and Solex Thermal Science regional director Scott Harris to discuss all things metalcasting.
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