absorption column

absorption column

[əb′sȯrp·shən ‚käl·əm]
(engineering)
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NOMENCLATURE T = temperature ([degrees]C) h = specific enthalphy (J/kg) [??] = mass flow (kg/s) x = solution concentration [omega] = humidity ratio (kg/kg) NTU = number of heat and mass transfer Le = Lewis number H = height ot the packed absorption column (m) Subscripts S = solution w = water FG = flue gas a = dry air e = equivalent vapor = water vapor in = inlet of the packed absorber REFERENCES
The absorption column reflects average units per lease-up property absorbed per month for the trailing 12 months ended February 2015.
Liquid Absorption--the off-gas stream typically enters the bottom of the absorption column and flows through the media that physically absorbs the VOC.
Figure 6 shows the concentration variation ofCO2in the inlet and outlet of absorption column. As it can be seen, the difference between the outlet and inlet is about 0.04 % which shows the selectivity of about 99.8% for SO2.
Asahi Kasei Kuraray Medical is the world's leading producer of devices and systems for therapeutic apheresis, including the Plasmaflo hollow-fiber separator for plasmapheresis and the Immusorba plasma component absorption column, utilizing its leading technologies of membrane separation and selective absorption.
A metering pump circulated recycled RTIL from the bottom of the desorber to the top of the absorption column, and the RTIL flowed through the packing.
announced that the companies would start joint promotion of Toraymyxin (PMX-20R, PMX-05R) from July 2, 2007 in Japan, a hemoperfusion absorption column for removing endotoxin, which was developed by Toray.
Caffeine is recovered in a water absorption column in the Katz decaffeination process (Katz, 1989; see Figure 1).
Gas at a temperature of 60[degrees]C containing contaminants entered the bottom of the absorption column, passed through the packing, countercurrent to the RTIL, at 400 to 500 mL/min.