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Hydrodynamics and mass transfer studies in a Scheibel extractor.

Julio Cesar Bonnet Rodriguez

Hydrodynamics and mass transfer studies in a Scheibel extractor.

by Julio Cesar Bonnet Rodriguez

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Published by University of Aston. Department of Chemical Engineering in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Aston in Birmingham 1982.

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Open LibraryOL13773806M

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The mass transfer and the hydrodynamics of three-phase bubble columns were inves-tigated. The aim was to study the in uence of relevant phases characteristics on the gas-liquid mass transfer process and on the hydrodynamic of a bubble column, where gas, liquid and solid phases are in contact. The solid phase and its characteristics are, at the. The concept of extraction: the one stage extractor The simplest form of an extractor apparatus has only one stage and the process is performed in two steps. In the rst step, the feed is mixed with the solvent to create a high surface area allowing to achieve high mass transfer rates. The mass transfer .


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Hydrodynamics and mass transfer studies in a Scheibel extractor by Julio Cesar Bonnet Rodriguez Download PDF EPUB FB2

The hydrodrynamic behavior of a × 10 −1 m dia. Scheibel column packed with a material preferentially wetted by the dispersed phase has been investigated with and without mass transfer. Drop size and size distribution and dispersed phase holdup were measured as a function of flow rates, agitator speed, packing pad height, and mass transfer direction in a 2 4 factorial by: A 10 cm diameter four-stage Scheibel column with dispersed phase wetted packing sections has been constructed to study the hydrodynamics and mass transfer using the system toluene-acetone-water.

The literature pertaining to the above extractor has been examined and the important phenomena such as droplet break-up and coalescence, mass transfer.

A 10 cm diameter four-stage Scheibel column with dispersed phase wetted packing sections has been constructed to study the hydrodynamics and mass transfer using the system toluene-acetone-water.

The literature pertaining to the above extractor has been examined and the important phenomena such as droplet break-up and coalescence, mass transfer Author: Julio C.

Bonnet Rodriguez. A 10 cm diameter four-stage Scheibel column with dispersed phase wetted packing sections has been constructed to study the hydrodynamics and mass transfer using the system toluene-acetone-water.

The literature pertaining to the above extractor has been examined and the important phenomena such as droplet break-up and coalescence, mass transfer Author: Bonnet Rodriguez, C Julio. Experiments on a pilot plant for the purification of lubricating oils with phenol showed that the process of purification is more efficient in a column with vibrating plates than in a packed column.

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Three chemical systems (Toluene/Water, Butyl acetate/Water, and n-Butanol/Water) were utilized and holdup was considered in a wide range of interfacial tensions through a Scheibel extraction column. Various rotor speeds were examined on the certain velocities Author: Shahrokh Houshyar, Meisam Torab-Mostaedi, Seyed Hamed Mousavi.

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