Analysis of Heating System in FBC of Sand Reclaimer

Vasudev D. Shinde 1, Suyog B. Rayjadhav 2

Article ID: 537
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In recent years, the foundry sector has been showing an increased interest in reclamation of used sands. Grain shape, sieve analysis, chemical and thermal characteristics must be uniform while molding the sand for better casting characteristics. The problem that tackled by every foundry industry is that of processing an adequate supply of sand which has the properties to meet many requirements imposed upon while molding and core making. Recently, fluidized bed combustors are becoming core of ‘clean wastes technology’ due to their efficient and clean burning of sand. For proven energy efficient sand reclamation processing, analysis of heating system in fluidized bed combustor (FBC) is required. The objective of current study is to design heating element and analysis of heating system by calculation of heat losses and thermal analysis offluidized bed combustorfor improving efficiency.


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Sand Reclamation; Fluidized bed combustor; Analysis; Heat loss; Heating efficiency

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24294/tse.v1i3.537

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