UNTERSUCHUNG DER STOFFUEBERTRAGUNG MIT EINER CHEMISCHEN REAKTION ERSTER ORDNUNG VON ENDLICHER GESCHWINDIGKEIT NACH EINEM EINHEITLICHEN MODELL. TEIL III. UNTERSUCHUNG DER ZWEIPHASENSTOFFUEBERTRAGUNG MIT REVERSIBLER REAKTION DURCH ANWENDUNG DES DISPERSIONSMODELLS.

Translated title of the contribution: Mass Transfer Connected with a First Order Chemical Reaction of Finite Rate Aided by a Uniform Model - Part III: Investigation of the Two-phase Mass Transfer Connected with a Reversible Reaction by Application of the Dispersion Theory.

Endre Nagy, Tibor Blickle, Aurel Ujhidy

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Abstract

In the reported theoretical study, the mass transfer connected with a reversible first order chemical reaction in the absorbent has been investigated. Mass streams are defined by the aid of the two-film-theory. The possibility is considered that the components entering into the main stream of the phases are not in the equilibrium state. By application of the axial dispersion model the influence of the quotient of the partial physical mass transfer coefficients, the number of transferred units and the equilibrium constant on the concentrations of the components in the absorbing phase is investigated. The concentrations in the phase making over the components are assumed as constant.

Translated title of the contributionMass Transfer Connected with a First Order Chemical Reaction of Finite Rate Aided by a Uniform Model - Part III: Investigation of the Two-phase Mass Transfer Connected with a Reversible Reaction by Application of the Dispersion Theory.
Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)15-19
Number of pages5
JournalChemische Technik (Leipzig)
Volume36
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 1984

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  • Chemical Engineering(all)

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