circulating reactor

circulating reactor

[′sər·kyə‚lād·iŋ rē′ak·tər]
(nucleonics)
A nuclear reactor in which the fissionable material circulates through the core in fluid form or as small particles suspended in a fluid.
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com) touted its Spherizone process--a two-in-one circulating reactor that can produce novel PP grades said to be suited for inter-material applications.
Amin, Ozonation of Cephalexin Antibiotic using Granular Activated Carbon in a Circulating Reactor, J.
The Hyperzone PE technology is a cascade gas phase process based on LyondellBasell's unique Multizone circulating reactor technology and was developed at LyondellBasell's European research and development centers located in Frankfurt, Germany, and Ferrara, Italy.
A circulating reactor was used to decompose cephalexin during catalytic ozonation.
In this study, circulating reactor was investigated to compare its efficiency with conventional stirred batch ozonation reactor.
Circulating reactor consisted of two cylindrical columns each of 18cm long, 6cm internal diameter.
Basell will also soon start up in Italy the first commercial-scale unit to use its brand-new, gas-phase loop technology This Multizone Circulating Reactor (MZCR) process (PT, March '02, p.
Furthermore, the circulating reactor has been used to enhance ozone mass transfer, resulting into removal of CEX.
The ozonation of cephalexin from solution has been investigated in a circulating reactor using response surface methodology.
calls it the Multi-Zone Circulating Reactor (MZCR).
Basell's Multizone Circulating Reactor (MZCR) is a gas-phase process that produces bimodal PP in a single reactor.