By William G.I. Davenport, Matthew J. King
Extra sulfuric acid is produced each year than the other chemical. It has a variety of makes use of together with phosphate fertilizer creation, explosives, glue, wooden preservatives, and lead-acid batteries. it's also a particularily corrosive and unsafe acid, with severe environmental and overall healthiness dangers if now not synthetic, used, and controlled properly.
Sulfuric Acid Manufacture: research, keep an eye on and Optimization retains the $64000 subject matters of security and rules on the vanguard because it overviews and analyzes the method of sulfuric acid manufacture.
The first 9 chapters specialize in the chemical plant methods concerned about commercial acidmaking, with enormous information enter from the authors' business colleagues. The final 15 chapters are devoted to the mathematical research of acidmaking.
Both Authors convey years of hands-on wisdom and adventure to the paintings, making it an excellent reference for an individual fascinated with sulfuric acid examine and/or manufacture.
* merely publication to ascertain the tactics of sulfuric acid manufacture from an commercial plant point of view in addition to mathematical.
* attracts at the business connections of the authors, via their years of hands-on adventure in sulfuric acid manufacture.
* a large amount of commercial plant facts is gifted to aid the textual content.
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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.
Com Sulfur, 290, Outokumpu (2004) Sulphuric Acid Plants (Sulphur Combustion Section). Brochure distributed at Sulphur 2004 conference, Barcelona, October 24-27, 2004. com Outokumpu (2005) Latest Developments in Sulfur Burning Sulfuric Acid Plants. Brochure distributed at 29th Annual Clearwater Conference (AIChE), Clearwater, Florida, June 3 and 4, 2005 (also presented as paper by Bartlett, C. com Roensch, L. F. D. F. (2005) Steam and boiler water treatment technologies for the modem sulfuric acid plant, paper distributed at 29 th Annual Clearwater Conference (AIChE), Clearwater, Florida, June 3 and 4, 2005.
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.