Dynamics of continuous adsorption and desorption in a fluidized bed with a nonlinear isotherm
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It has been shown that in the case of single-stage and multi-stage adsorbers the concentrations of an impurity in the gaseous or solid phase during continuous adsorption and desorption can be calculated from the equations for the material and thermal balance.
The method of fastest discharge has been used for solving the problem of continuous adsorption and desorption in a fluidized bed with a nonlinear adsorption isotherm.
The results of theoretical calculations are compared with those for an experiment on adsorption of methane in a single-stage and a multi-stage adsorber.
A program has been compiled for solving the problem with a BÉSM-2 computer.
KeywordsMethane Adsorption Isotherm Theoretical Calculation Thermal Balance Fast Discharge
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