Adsorpion dynamics and effects of carbon to zeolite ratio of layered beds for multicomponent gas adsorption
- Adsorpion dynamics and effects of carbon to zeolite ratio of layered beds for multicomponent gas adsorption
- 장성철; 양세일; 오성근; 최대기
- adsorpion dynamic; layered bed; carbon to zeolite ratio; hydrozen; dual-site langmuir
- Issue Date
- The Korean journal of chemical engineering
- VOL 28, NO 2, 583-590
- To optimize the performance of an adsorption bed, layered beds of activated carbon and zeolite 5A are
used for multicomponent gas separation (H2: 72.2%, CO2: 21.6%, CO: 2.03%, CH4: 4.17%). The adsorption dynamic
characteristics were studied experimentally and theoretically using layered beds of activated carbon and zeolite 5A at
8 atm adsorption pressure and 16.67 L/min feed rate. Non-isothermal and non-adiabatic models, based on a linear driving
force model and Dual-Site Langmuir adsorption isotherm model, were used. As the carbon ratio increased, the average
velocity of CH4 wavefront became slow, and wavefronts of CO and CO2 propagated quickly on average.
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