adsorption system

adsorption system

[ad′sȯrp·shən ‚sis·təm]
(mechanical engineering)
A device that dehumidifies air by bringing it into contact with a solid adsorbing substance.
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The magnitudes of k id, C and the corresponding regression coefficients of both the adsorption system are listed in Table 3.
Technically, all three types of collectors can provide this driving temperature, but flat-plate collectors were chosen for the adsorption system because they are relatively cheaper.
The isotherm equilibrium adsorption is of fundamental importance in the design of the adsorption system that gives the capacity of the adsorbent.
Thermodynamics is a critical aspect predicting the stability of the solid-liquid phase equilibrium, and it is a basic requirement for the characterization of an adsorption system.
The adsorption capacity and distribution coefficients were determined for the adsorption system as a function of sorbate concentration.
K is a parameter related to the temperature for the adsorption system under study.
It is important to evaluate the most suitable correlations for the equilibrium curves to optimize the design of an adsorption system.
But the adsorption system containing a bioadsorbent and multi-constituents may not be as simple as the single-force-driving adsorption system.
Equilibrium data commonly known as adsorption isotherms are basic requirement for the analysis and design of adsorption system (Aksu and Isoglu 2006).
9 to 1 indicates that the isotherms have a satisfying agreement to the particular adsorption system in which the value close to 1 is highly desirable.
Therefore, it is necessary to analyze the data set using the Chi-square test to confirm the best fit isotherm for the adsorption system combined with the values of the correlation coefficient.