5th International Conference on

CYCLONE TECHNOLOGIES
Vortex Separation

York, UK: 28-30 March 2001

Papers presented at this conference, as outlined in the Contents below, are available in a bound volume of proceedings from Mrs Marian Rolfe at BHR Group. For information on future conferences in this series, please see our Events List or contact Babs Astle at BHR Group.

Introduction
This Conference takes cyclone technology into a century and indeed a new millenium.
Since the first conference in this series was held in 1980 the technology has become more mature, pasticularly for liquid-liquid cyclones which were only just emerging then. However there are still new developments and applications appearing as readers can gauge from the papers given in this volume,so that this conference is no less exciting than the first and those held since. Rather than dealing solely with hydrocyclones the scope has been expanded to include all "vortex technologies" so that gas cyclones are welcomed for the first time. Fast swirling flow is a real challenge to CFD but the technique features in several papers this time.

Contents

Evaluation of the design of counter-current washing trains
L Svarovsky, FPS Institute, UK

Verification of modified Dietz model for the multi-entry cyclone collection efficiency
I Eilos, P Hegelberg, Fortum, Neste Engineering Oy, Finland; K Haapasaari, Fortum Oil and Gas Oy, Finland

Efficiency-curve calculation for vortex separators
J C Cullivan, R M West, R A Williams, University of Leeds, UK

Cyclone optimisation based on CFD predictions
A J Hoekstra, J J Derksen, H E A Van den Akkers, Delft Univeristy of Technology, The Netherlands

Fine Particle seperation in small hydrocyclones
J J Cillers, UMIST, UK

Effect of the Vortex Finder of hydrocyclones on seperation
H Yuan, Wuxi University of Light Industy, China, M T Thew, University of Bradford, UK

TORE® SEP - A New Generation four phase seperator for Oil, water, gas and solids, and its future for sub-sea.
D J Parkinson, Merpo Limited, UK

Application of a hydrocyclone for three phase seperation duties in a ships cooling water system
J Listewnik, Maritime University, Poland

The development of a compact cyclone separator (I-SEP)
E Allstaff, BHR Group, UK

Drop size effects on a de-watering hydrocyclone
A Belaidi, M Thew, University of Bradford, UK; S Munaweera, Norsk Hydro, Norway

Correlation of split ratioand pressure drop in deoiling hydrocyclones
J F Yu, H yua, Waxi University of Light industry, China

Hydrocyclone with a spinning liner
M Thew, University of Bradford, UK; D Morgan, formerly University of Southampton, UK

Vortex flow in cylindrical flat-bottomed hydrocyclones: leading and first order steady solution
J Collantes, National University Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Peru; F Concha University of Conception, Chilie

Mathematical modelling and experimental validation of flow in a cyclone
C A Montavon, H Grotjans, I S Hamill, H W Phillips, I P Jones, AEA Technology Engineering Software, UK

Large Eddy simulation of the flow in a reverse cyclone
J J Derksen, H E A Van den Akker, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands,

Treatment of oily streams produced in petroleum refinery using hydrocyclones
K A Hashmi, H A Hamza, CANMET Western Research Centre, Canada; M Kremer, Husky Oil, Canada; M T Thew, University of Bradford, UK

Enhanced hydrocyclone design for variable flow
W Evans, N E Lange, P G Michaluk, Axsia Serch Baker Limited, UK

The use of small hydrocyclones for downhole seperation of oil and water
C A Petty, S M Parks, S M Shao, Michigan State University, USA

 

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