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DESIGN OF GAS ABSORPTION SYSTEMSDESIGN OF GAS ABSORPTION SYSTEMSGeneral Design Procedure The design engineer usually is required to determine (1) the best solvent; (2) the best gas velocity through the absorber, or, equivalently, the vessel diameter; (3) the height of the vessel and its internal members, which is the height and type of packing or the number of contacting trays; (4) the optimum solvent circulation rate through the absorber and stripper; (5) temperatures of streams entering and leaving the absorber and stripper, and the quantity of heat to be removed to account for the heat of solution and other thermal effects; (6) pressures at which the absorber …
Don W. Green; Robert H. Perry: Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, Eighth Edition. DESIGN OF GAS ABSORPTION SYSTEMS, Chapter
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