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Hydrocyclone Hydrocyclones can be made of metal (mostly steel), ceramic or plastic (such as polyurethane, polypropylene, or other types). Metal or ceramic hydrocyclones are used for situations requiring more strength, or durability in terms of heat or pressure. When there is an occurrence of much abrasion (such as occurs with sand particles) polyurethane performs better than metals or ceramics. Metal lined with polyurethane is used in cases of combined abrasion and high pressure.
Hydrocyclone ℓ is the height of the vortex tube of hydrocyclone
Hydrocyclone The geometry of the cyclone involves-inlet shape and area, cyclone dimensions (cone angle, length of cylindrical section and total length of the cyclone) and inlet, vortex and apex diameters.
Hydrocyclone In a suspension of particles with the same density, a relatively sharp cut can be made. The size at which the particles separate is a function of cyclone diameter, exit dimensions, feed pressure and the relative characteristics of the particles and the liquid. Efficiency of separation is a function of the solids' concentration: the higher the concentration, the lower the efficiency of separation. There is also a significant difference in suspension density between the base exit (fines) and the apex exit, where there is little liquid flow.
Hydrocyclone A hydrocyclone is most often used to separate "heavies" from a liquid mixture originating at a centrifugal pump or some other continuous source of pressurized liquid. A hydrocyclone is most likely to be the right choice for processes where "lights" are the greater part of the mixture and where the "heavies" settle fairly easily.
Hydrocyclone Generally, hydrocyclones are used in continuous flow systems so that the instantaneous liquid inflow to the hydrocyclone is equal to the total instantaneous outflow of "lights" plus "heavies". In cases where "heavies" are a very small part of the whole liquid, it is sometimes advantageous to accumulate them in the bottom of the hydrocyclone for batchwise removal.
Hydrocyclone The characteristics of the feed stream include size distribution of solids in the feed stream, pulp density (percent solids in the slurry), pulp viscosity and the inlet pressure for solid/liquid separation. In liquid/liquid feed streams, for example in oily water, the main feed characteristics are based on oil droplet size and distribution, oil density, water density, oil concentration, viscosity and temperature.
Hydrocyclone Forward hydrocyclones remove particles that are denser than the surrounding fluid, while reverse hydrocyclones remove particles that are less dense than the surrounding fluid. In a reverse hydrocyclone the overflow is at the apex and the underflow at the base. There are also parallel-flow hydrocyclones where both the "accept" and "reject" are removed at the apex. Parallel-flow hydrocyclones remove particles that are lighter than the surrounding fluid.
Hydrocyclone l is the height of the cylinder part of hydrocyclone
Hydrocyclone Theta is the angle at the base of the hydrocyclone