Intensive Column Apparatus for Chemical Reactions

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Abstract

A solution of the intensification problem of the column chemical reactors is presented in the approximation of the mechanics of continua. The effect of the radial non-uniformity of the velocity distribution, the effect of the tangential flow and simultaneous mass, and heat transfer processes are analyzed. A theoretical analysis of the simultaneous mass and heat transfer processes in column reactors is presented.

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Boyadjiev, C. , Doichinova, M. , Popova-Krumova, P. and Boyadjiev, B. (2014) Intensive Column Apparatus for Chemical Reactions. Open Access Library Journal, 1, 1-9. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1100413.

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