By Milorad P. Duduković and Patrick L. Mills (Eds.)
content material: Trickling and pulsing transition in cocurrent downflow trickle-bed reactors with designated connection with large-scale columns / D.M. Dimenstein, S.P. Zimmerman, and K.M. Ng --
effect of the reactional approach at the irrigation cost in trickle-bed reactors / P. Ruiz, M. Crine, A. Germain, and G. L'Homme --
A comparability of present types for isothermal trickle-bed reactors : software to a version response procedure / P.L. turbines and M.P. Duduković --
balance of trickle-bed reactors / C.H. Barkelew and B.S. Gambhir --
fuel absorption with complicated chemical reactions : a basic computational scheme for fee calculations / P.A. Ramachandran --
Modeling of gas-liquid continuous-stirred tank reactors (CSTRs) / A.A. Shaikh and A. Varma --
The influence of fuel and liquid velocities and good measurement on reliable suspension in a three-phase bubble column reactor / Barry W. Brian and Paul N. Dyer --
Bubble habit in a slurry bubble column reactor version / D.N. Smith, W. Fuchs, R.J. Lynn, D.H. Smith, and M. Hess --
A two-bubble category version for churn turbulent bubble column slurry reactor / S. Joseph and Y.T. Shah --
Mathematical modeling of cross-flow, sturdy nation electrochemical reactors / P.G. Debenedetti, C.G. Vayenas, I. Yentekakis, and L.L. Hegedus --
Modeling of chemical vapor deposition reactors for the fabrication of microelectronic units / Klavs F. Jensen --
Multicomponent diffusion and response in porous catalysts / Henry W. Haynes, Jr. --
research of fixed-bed catalytic reactor types / S.I. Pereira Duarte and N.O. Lemcoff --
The optimum layout of a reactor for the hydrogenation of butyraldehyde to butanol / J.B. Cropley, L.M. Burgess, and R.A. Loke --
difficulties within the layout of the countercurrent moving-bed catalytic reactor : a geometrical method / Dimitry Altshuller --
Optimization in tubular reactor structures / E.B. Nauman and Ramesh Mallikarjun --
secure layout of cooled tubular reactors for exothermic a number of first order reactions / K.R. Westerterp, K.J. Ptasinsky, and R.R.M. Overtoom --
balance of adiabatic reactors / C.H. Barkelew --
basic deactivation facts from laboratory reactors / Eugene E. Petersen and Michael A. Pacheco --
Poisoning results in temperature-increased fixed-bed reactor operation : a comparability of experimental effects and version simulation / George J. Frycek and J.B. Butt --
Modeling of tubular nonisothermal nonadiabatic packed-bed reactors with catalyst poisoning / Qamardeep S. Bhatia and Vladimir Hlavacèk.
Read Online or Download Chemical and Catalytic Reactor Modeling PDF
Best chemical engineering books
Spanning the full box from basics to purposes in fabric technology, this one-stop resource is the 1st complete reference for polymer, actual and floor chemists, fabrics scientists, chemical engineers, and people chemists operating in undefined. From the contents: advent: residing loose Radical Polymerization and the RAFT approach primary Structure-Reactivity Correlations Governing the RAFT technique Mechanism and Kinetics The RAFT procedure as a Kinetic software thought and perform in Technical purposes RAFT Polymerization in Bulk and natural Solvents, in addition to Homogeneous Aqueous platforms Emulsion and Mini-Emulsion Polymerization complicated structure layout Macromolecular layout through the Interchange of Xanthates floor amendment balance and actual homes of RAFT Polymers Novel fabrics: From Drug supply to Opto-Electronics Outlook and destiny advancements
This new e-book may be welcomed by way of businesses fascinated about catalysis and catalyst production, sorbent and detergent construction, chemical and petroleum refining, and by means of examine scientists in academia. It comprises seventy six unique contributions of modern paintings on basic and technological facets of zeolite learn and alertness.
This broad-based e-book covers the 3 significant components of Chemical Engineering. many of the books out there contain one of many person parts, particularly, Fluid Mechanics, warmth move or Mass move, instead of the entire 3. This ebook offers this fabric in one resource. This avoids the person having to consult a few books to procure info.
- Carbon Nanomaterials for Gas Adsorption
- Automated Stream Analysis for Process Control. Volume 1
- Guidelines for Facility Siting and Layout
- Analysis, Synthesis and Design of Chemical Processes
- Homogeneous Catalysis: Mechanisms and Industrial Applications
- Genetically Modified and non-Genetically Modified Food Supply Chains : Co-Existence and Traceability
Extra resources for Chemical and Catalytic Reactor Modeling
It is shown that cer tain key items, such as i) extent of liquid-solid wetting, ii) presence or absence of stagnant versus actively flowing liquid films on the catalyst surface, and iii) magnitude of mass transport resistances, can a l l have a significant effect on the predicted reactor behavior. The in ability of current correlations to predict mass transfer coefficients is demonstrated. Reactions between gases and liquids that are catalyzed by either homogeneous organometallic complexes or heterogeneous catalysts provide the basis for a significant portion of the products manufactured in both chemical and petroleum processing.
The l i q u i d phase was saturated w i t h the gaseous reactant (hydrogen) before being admitted to the r e a c t o r , t h e r e by r e p r e s e n t i n g a s o - c a l l e d " e q u i l i b r i u m " feed. Pure hydrogen was used as the gas phase and maintained at a s u f f i c i e n t l y h i g h flow r a t e that f u r t h e r i n c r e a s e s d i d not a f f e c t the measured α-methylstyrene conversion. 5% Pd c a t a l y s t . 5% Pd c a t a l y s t . These, along with the experimental conversion versus l i q u i d s u p e r f i c i a l v e l o c i t y data, were input t o a computer program f o r data r e d u c t i o n .
ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1984. ch003 38 CHEMICAL AND CATALYTIC REACTOR MODELING t r i c k l e - f l o w r e a c t o r s o f f e r s e v e r a l advantages over s l u r r y operation. However, the design and scale-up of t r i c k l e - b e d r e a c t o r s i s more d i f f i c u l t than s l u r r y r e a c t o r s which seems to be a disadvantage ( 2 ) . Accurate p r e d i c t i o n of t r i c k l e - b e d r e actor performance r e q u i r e s r e l i a b l e methods f o r estimation of such items as i n t r i n s i c r e a c t i o n k i n e t i c s , l i q u i d - g a s flow d i s t r i b u t i o n , l i q u i d - s o l i d contacting e f f e c t i v e n e s s , i n t e r phase and intraphase heat and mass t r a n s f e r , texture of l i q u i d f i l m s , and thermodynamic parameters.
Chemical and Catalytic Reactor Modeling by Milorad P. Duduković and Patrick L. Mills (Eds.)