Air/Oil filtration through filters is commonly utilised in the vacuum industry where oil lubricated pumps are used across a number of different applications such as food and packaging, industrial, pharmaceutical, R&D, forming and drying. The air/oil filters are crucial in the reduction of exhaust emissions, which, when suspended as fine particulate matter can cause great harm to the environment, climate, equipment life and public health. However, the behaviour of flow through the filters is not fully understood and much of the design and development work is based on historical know-how and experimental studies.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a powerful tool to understand the flow characteristics and droplet trajectory through the filters which is challenging through experimental techniques. In this study, a CFD model is developed by using the commercial ANSYS FLUENT code...
Session: G3 - Mist and Droplet Separation I
Day: 11 October 2016
Time: 14:45 - 16:00 h