Experimental Study on the Characteristics of Water Vapor Generation from Gas-washing Bottle and Injector
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Gas-washing and water injection are two commonly used methods in generating certain moisture content in gas flow stream, but the control accuracy of these methods remains uncertain. The purpose of the study is to investigate the characteristic of water vapor generation of the two methods. The temperature and humidity recorder and FTIR gas analyzer have been adopted to monitor the moisture content in tests. It has been revealed that, in gas-washing process, the moisture content in gas stream is well below saturation, and long time is required before moisture content stabilized after water bath temperature or carrier gas flow rate changed. Water injection pump could directly control the amount of water injected into gas stream. However, the moisture content generated in this way is not stable but oscillates in cycles, whose frequency and magnitude are closely related to water injection amount.
Keywordswater vapor FTIR gas-washing bottle injector temperature and humidity recorder
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This research is sponsored by China National Key Research and Development Program via Project No. 2016YFB0600603.
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