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Influence of liquid viscosity and bed porosity on two-phase pressure drop in concurrent gas-liquid upflow through packed beds
Y. B.G. Varma
Published in Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering
2002
Volume: 80
   
Issue: 2
Pages: 313 - 314
Abstract
It was observed in the experimental investigations that the concurrent upflow of air-Monoethanol amine system through the packed bed gave higher pressure drop in bubble flow regime than the air-water system. But when the flow regime changed to spray flow, air-water system showed higher pressure drop than the other. This phenomenon was observed for the two column packing used in this study. An attempt is made to explain this phenomenon.
About the journal
JournalCanadian Journal of Chemical Engineering
PublisherCanadian Society for Chemical Engineering
ISSN00084034
Open AccessNo
Concepts (27)
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    Chemical reactors
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    Fluidized beds
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    Packing
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    Porosity
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    Pressure drop
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    Viscosity
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    BUBBLE FLOW
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    TWO PHASE PRESSURE DROP
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    Chemical engineering
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    ETHANOLAMINE
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    Water
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    FLOW REGIME RELATIONS
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    GAS-LIQUID TWO-PHASE FLOW
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    Liquid flow
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    Packed bed
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    Pressure
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    Aerosol
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    Air
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    AIR WATER SYSTEM
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    Article
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    Flow
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    Gas
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    GAS LIQUID UPFLOW
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    Liquid
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    Packed bed reactor
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    Physical phenomena
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    SPRAY FLOW