A Tubular Electrobaromembrane Apparatus for Cleaning Solutions of Chemical Plants
The design of a tubular-type electrobaromembrane apparatus for cleaning process solutions of chemical plants is developed. The principle of operation of the apparatus is explained and the volume of the solution separation chambers is calculated. The merits of the developed design are increased rate of near-anode and near-cathode permeate removal and reduced permeate heating temperature and absence of stagnant zones in the permeate withdrawal path.
Keywordsdesign electrobaromembrane apparatus process solutions calculation
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