Powder Technology, Vol.381, 110-121, 2021
Experimental and numerical studies on rebound characteristics of non-spherical particles impacting on stainless-steel at high temperature
In this paper, innovative test methods including aerodynamic acceleration, PIV measurement, separate statistics of incidence and rebound information were used to systematically investigate the rebound characteristics of flaky oxide particles and angular quartz sand impacting stainless steel at high temperature. Through the statistical analysis of a large number of experimental results and the measurement of the microscopic erosion morphology of the target surface, combined with the numerical simulation of the gas-solid two-phase flow of the test section, the intrinsic relationship between the rebound behavior of the particles and their erosion behavior was systematically explored for the first time. Meanwhile, the effects of the incident parameters, particle size and accelerated airflow on the rebound characteristics of the particles were revealed. The results have important guiding significance for further understanding the physical properties of particle-wall interaction and predicting the particle erosion characteristics and erosion distribution of industrial equipment components. (C) 2020 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.