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Chemical and Petroleum Engineering

, Volume 53, Issue 11–12, pp 773–777 | Cite as

A Promising Method for Separating Binary Methanol–Water Solutions

  • A. A. Paranuk
  • V. A. Khrisonidi
Article

A technological scheme for drying binary solutions, which allows separating two-component solutions and complex systems using molecular size difference (molecular sieves), has been designed. Analysis of modern adsorbents produced by the domestic chemical industry was carried out, and the optimal parameters of the investigated zeolite adsorbents were determined for the regeneration and cooling processes that accompany the restoration of the adsorption properties of the adsorbents used. A mathematical model for calculating the adsorption of a water-methanol mixture on solid adsorbents has been developed and can be used for other processes, for example, for the drying of alcoholic solutions with components of polyhydric alcohols and water. A technique for calculating the separation units for binary systems is proposed.

Keywords

adsorption solutions dynamic moisture capacity by water length of adsorption zone water-methanol solution molecular sieves desorption time 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kuban State Technological UniversityKrasnodarRussia
  2. 2.Yablonovskii BranchMaikop State Technological UniversityYablonovskiiRussia

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