文章來源： 作者：羅茨機電 發布時間：2022-05-31 瀏覽次數：308
The design of pneumatic conveying system is the development process of a solution that uses air flow to convey powder, particles or flakes through pipes according to a set of operating requirements. The design of pneumatic conveying system has many complexities and requires advanced professional technology. This complexity arises from the wide variety of powder and granular materials and the large changes in the operating conditions applicable to this method of transport. A proven method to develop solutions for pneumatic conveying system design. It is based on good industrial practice and our rich experience in chemical industry, food processing and pharmacy. Please read on to find out what problems we have avoided and what requirements we have considered in the design and solution development of pneumatic conveying system.
Why is the design of pneumatic conveying system so important?
A poorly designed pneumatic conveying system can lead to several major operational problems, seriously reducing its performance and maintainability. In addition, troubleshooting and diagnosing these problems can be difficult and can take a lot of time and effort. Many of these problems may affect the overall performance of the processing plant of the embedded system. This is because pneumatic conveying plays an important role in processing plants. They are used to transfer bulk materials from one place to another for some form of processing. Any reduction in conveying performance will affect the output of the processing plant.
In the operation of pneumatic conveying system, correcting problems is often a complex process, and the cost is very high. Remedial work usually requires detailed planning and skilled execution to minimize plant downtime.
There are several types of major operational problems that may arise from poor pneumatic conveying system design.
1. Accumulation and blockage: the accumulation and accumulation of powder or particulate matter will lead to blockage in the pneumatic conveying system. These deposits may lead to increased energy use or reduced transmission.
2. Limit conveying capacity: obstacles caused by improper pipeline layout and poor integration of components in the pipeline will reduce the pneumatic conveying capacity. In addition, if too high air velocity is used for conveying in the pipeline, the pneumatic conveying capacity may be reduced (this effect is not intuitive).
3. Elbow wear: for hard powdery or granular materials, too fast conveying speed will increase the abrasive wear of the elbow and the sweeping along the pipeline. This may lead to greater maintenance requirements and increased downtime, as these parts will require more frequent replacement.
4. Particle friction: the conveying speed of some powdery or granular materials is too fast, which will lead to particle fragmentation or crushing into smaller particles. Fine particles are dust generated because these smaller particles move at an excessively high speed and are constantly broken through contact with the rough internal surface in the conveying system. This may cause serious damage to the transport of bulk materials and may seriously affect the output quality.
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