A model for a countercurrent gas—solid—solid trickle flow reactor for equilibrium reactions. The methanol synthesis
Westerterp, K.R. and Kuczynski, M. (1987) A model for a countercurrent gas—solid—solid trickle flow reactor for equilibrium reactions. The methanol synthesis. Chemical Engineering Science, 42 (8). pp. 1871-1885. ISSN 0009-2509
|Abstract:||The theoretical background for a novel, countercurrent gas—solid—solid trickle flow reactor for equilibrium gas reactions is presented. A one-dimensional, steady-state reactor model is developed. The influence of the various process parameters on the reactor performance is discussed. The physical and chemical data used apply to the case of low-pressure methanol synthesis from CO and H2 with an amorphous silica—alumina as the product adsorbent. Complete reactant conversion is attainable in a single-pass operation, so that a recycle loop for the non-converted reactants is superfluous.
In the following article the installation and experiments for which this theory was developed will be described.
|Copyright:||© 1987 Elsevier Science|
|Link to this item:||http://purl.utwente.nl/publications/69872|
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