Chemical and Biological Engineering
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The electrical resistance of fluidized beds of conducting particles is of both theoretical and practical interest. The bed resistance of carbonaceous solids has been measuredinseveral different laboratory systems using a four-point probe technique, It is a function of gas velocity, column diameter, particle size and other properties of the bed material. Also, as temperature is increased, the bed resistance decreases continuously at least in the temperature range between room temperature and 700°C.
Cambridge University Press
Pulsifer, A.H. and Wheelock, Thomas D., "The Electrical Resistance of Gas Fluidized Beds" (1978). Chemical and Biological Engineering Publications. 284.