Fibrous structured catalytic beds for three-phase reaction engineering Hydrodynamics study in staged bubble columns
Woven fibrous materials are proposed as structured catalysts for three-phase catalytic reactors. The design of a catalytic bed arranged as a plate bubble column is discussed. The hydrodynamic parameters, like pressure drop and liq. hold-up were found to depend on the woven structure of the fibrous layers and are shown to be a function of the distance between the threads in the fibers.
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Keywords: Glass fiber fabrics Role: CAT (Catalyst use) ; DEV (Device component use) ; TEM (Technical or engineered material use) ; USES (Uses) (E-type; hydrodynamics of fibrous structured catalytic beds for three-phase reaction engineering in staged bubble columns); ; bubble column reactor catalyst fabric plate hydrodynamics ; Fibrous structured catalysts ; Hydrodynamics ; Multi-phase reactions ; Bubble columns
CAN 133:283503; 48-7; Unit Operations and Processes; Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,Lausanne,Switz.; 0920-5861; written in English.
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