By Carl L. Yaws
Thermodynamic estate info are very important in lots of engineering purposes within the chemical processing and petroleum refining industries. The "Handbook of Thermodynamic Diagrams" sequence provides quantity and enthalpy diagrams (graphs) for the key natural chemical compounds and hydrocarbons, in addition to the key inorganic compounds and parts. The graphs, prepared by means of carbon quantity and chemical formulation, disguise quite a lot of pressures and temperatures to let engineers to figure out quick values at numerous issues. This quantity covers natural compounds C8 to C28.
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9. 1). 60 sulfur burning furnace \ . :: iiiii: ;' ' J boiler and I dry 700 K, SO2, 02, N2 gas to catalytic ~ S02+1~02 superheater ried air ~ SO3 oxidationand H2SO4making --350 K strong sulfuric acid ---~-_E~-j,-jxl iv v v T Y i filtered f packedbed'I AIR DEHYDRATION moist air ~ , . _I'~'~" ~'~'1 --3 volume% ="-_-" / H o gl slightly H20-diluted sulfuric acid Fig. 1. Dehydration of sulfur combustion air in a sulfur buming acid plant. The dried air contains---50 milligrams of H20(g) per Nm 3 of gas.
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I I water + dust + condensed vapors Fig. 2. Dehydration of metallurgical and spent acid decomposition furnace offgas. Dehydration is done after (i) H20(g) has been condensed by gas cooling and (ii) aqueous mist has been removed by electrostatic precipitation (not shown). The gas leaving dehydration contains -50 milligrams of H20(g) per Nm3 of gas. The acid plant's main blower is situated immediately after dehydration. 1 Objectives The objectives of this chapter are to describe" (a) the HzO(g) contents ofpre-dehydration gases (b) the dehydration process (c) H20(g) contents after dehydration.