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|Title:||A predictive model for a kinetically controlled pressure swing adsorption separation process|
|Authors:||Farooq, S. |
|Source:||Farooq, S.,Rathor, M.N.,Hidajat, K. (1993). A predictive model for a kinetically controlled pressure swing adsorption separation process. Chemical Engineering Science 48 (24) : 4129-4141. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||The micropore diffusion model, including the concentration dependence of the micropore diffusivity, originally developed to simulate pressure swing adsorption air separation for nitrogen production on a carbon molecular sieve, has been applied to a similar process using the zeolite molecular sieve RS-10. The equilibrium and kinetic parameters for the model have been determined from single-component breakthrough curve measurements. It is confirmed that the concentration dependence of the micropore diffusivity has a large effect on the performance of a zeolite-based kinetically controlled PSA separation process. When this effect is allowed for, the model gives performance predictions which are in close agreement with published experimental data. © 1993.|
|Source Title:||Chemical Engineering Science|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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