In this work a Sulzer structured packing, Mellapak 250Y, was studied for applications in the field of absorption. A new model was proposed which makes it possible to estimate the packing surface that actually takes part in the process. In the course of these studies, new experimental data were obtained relating to the absorption of 1,1,1-trichloroethane using Genosorb 300, a mixture of polyethylene glycol dimethyl ethers produced by Hoechst S.p.A., as absorption liquid. The results obtained with the proposed model are in agreement both with the experimental measurements made in the course of the work and with experimental absorption measurements reported by other authors on water systems.

Interfacial area of mellapack packing; absorption of 1,1,1 trichloroethane by genosorb 300

BRUNAZZI, ELISABETTA;
1995

Abstract

In this work a Sulzer structured packing, Mellapak 250Y, was studied for applications in the field of absorption. A new model was proposed which makes it possible to estimate the packing surface that actually takes part in the process. In the course of these studies, new experimental data were obtained relating to the absorption of 1,1,1-trichloroethane using Genosorb 300, a mixture of polyethylene glycol dimethyl ethers produced by Hoechst S.p.A., as absorption liquid. The results obtained with the proposed model are in agreement both with the experimental measurements made in the course of the work and with experimental absorption measurements reported by other authors on water systems.
Brunazzi, Elisabetta; Nardini, Giuliano; Paglianti, A.; Petarca, Luigi
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