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#1 rgneengr

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Posted 18 October 2020 - 12:20 PM

Hello! I'm an engineering student and on my terminal semester currently taking Plant Design course. I'd like to ask something regarding the desulfurization process and its material balance. I have already sought literatures proving high H2S removal efficiency of approximately 100%, however, I wasn't able to continue my material balance again because I just saw from the literatures that there would be hydrocarbons losses or 95% above recovery of the hydrocarbons which implies losses (correct me if I'm wrong). What would be my basis in computing the losses of hydrocarbons during the desulfurization? Also, does the loss occur due to reaction or due to the catalyst bed? I hope someone would notice this, badly needed. Thank you in advance!



#2 breizh

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Posted 20 October 2020 - 08:56 PM

http://utpedia.utp.e...phurization.pdf

 

Hi,

Consider the link above , you may find pointers or hints

Good luck

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