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Conceptual Sizing Of Adsorber Column

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#1 JJvdM

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Posted 24 October 2019 - 05:09 AM

Hi there,

 

I would like to do a conceptual (high level) feasibility calculation for an adsorber column.  The only information i have available is some equilibrium adsorption measurements (isotherm data).  I would like to use this data to do a conceptual sizing calculation, but i'm struggling to find any literature reference that describes this calculation.  All literature calculations involve breakthrough curves, which i understand is the correct and definitive way, but due to the level of this work that information is not available.  Does anyone perhaps have a literature reference that describes the sizing of an adsorber column making use of equilibrium (isotherm) data?

 

Further information. I do not have enough datapoints to fit one of the known isotherms (langmuir etc.).  I can estimate the size of the equilibrium zone required based on my feed composition, but i'm looking for a literature reference that gives guidelines for the sizing of the mass transfer zone and what is an appropriate safety factor (unloaded adsorbent) to include.

 

Thanks in advance.

Kind Regards,

Jacques 



#2 breizh

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Posted 24 October 2019 - 06:12 AM

Hi ,

You should find pointers in this document .

Good luck

Breizh

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#3 JJvdM

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Posted 24 October 2019 - 07:13 AM

Hi breizh,

 

Thank you for this information.  It is also the best reference that i have found.

 

Regards,

Jacques






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