flash vessel

flash vessel

[′flash ‚ves·əl]
(chemical engineering)
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Subsequently, this Weak Lye then enters Flash Vessel 1, where some water present in the weak lye is converted into vapors.
Initial calculations predicted that British Bakels would save 5% of its boiler costs by installing a new flash vessel and associated equipment that would enable the company to condense the flash steam and return it to the boiler feed tank.
Changing World Technologies claims to be able to convert almost any waste into high-quality oil, clean-burning gas, and purified minerals using a two-stage TCC process separated by a flash vessel. This process was reported to have 85-percent energy efficiency and results in an oil mixture of [C.sub.2]O or smaller hydrocarbons.
Geothermal brine or a mixture of brine and steam is delivered to a flash vessel at the power plant by either natural circulation or pumps in the production wells.
The UHT milk then moves to a flash vessel where moisture is removed and the milk is cooled.
The flash vessel, heat exchangers and associated peripheral equipment were all supplied to Nuneaton as a skid-mounted, engineering system.
Yacht makers exhibiting flash vessels at this year's Dubai International Boat Show have moved to dispel the idea that only high net worth individuals can enjoy the high seas.
The fourth autoclave had the benefit of major design modifications to the flash vessels. At that time, the first three autoclaves had operated at throughput levels of 100-120% of design capacity with nickel and cobalt recoveries above initial commissioning targets.