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Why Superheated Happen In The Crystallisation Process At 60Degc


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#1 HSN202906


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Posted 08 May 2024 - 02:55 AM

Good Afternoon Everyone


I'm a 3rd year chemical engineering student currently I have a problem in process design for ammonia stripping process I'm using crystallisation to crystallize at this crystallisation process from some papers the operation temperature is at the range of 50-140 degrees Celsius but in my case when I'll try to input the temperature 60degree Celsius the results became superheated does anyone can give me some insight why is this happened


Thank you so much for reading my post

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#2 breizh


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Posted 08 May 2024 - 04:21 AM


Share with us the references and documents mentioned in your post.

A better description of your process is a must with a PFD (at minimum).


#3 latexman


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Posted 08 May 2024 - 08:10 AM

More details = better replies.

It could be simulation, physical property, and/or convergence problems. It could be you made a mistake. It could be a problem within the paper you have.

We need useful information to help.

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