By Mooson Kwauk
During the last decade, circulating fluidization or quickly fluidization has built quickly, superseding typical effervescent fluidization in lots of functions; for instance, speedy fluidization presents a greater capability forcontrolling emissions from the combustion of high-sulfur fuels and excels whilst utilized in boilers in steam plant and tool stations. China initiated the research of quickly fluidization within the early Nineteen Seventies. concentrating on the mammoth examine cultivated in that nation, with Kwauk on the innovative, this newest quantity within the Advances in Chemical Engineering sequence is written within the context of the foreign cutting-edge and addresses essentially the most very important matters surrounding this fluidization approach"
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