The CHEERS team adds a new peer-reviewed publication to its growing list

The CHEERS project has achieved several research objectives in its quest to design, build and operate what will be the world’s largest demonstration CLC facility.

One of its areas of research has focused on understanding how the particles of fuel and oxygen carriers evolve as they chemically react, change size and density as they pass through the various chambers of the complete CLC system.

The CHEERS team is proud to announce publication of research results in the peer-reviewed journal Combustion and Flame, where the drag force acting on a fully reacting fuel particle is studied and explained in great detail.

This is essential knowledge for an optimal system design, which involves finding the right balance between flow rates, reactor height and diameter, as well as a long list of operating parameters and modes.

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