Separation Engineering

分离工程

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Author: Xu Dongyan, Ye Qingguo, Tao Xumei
Language: English
ISBN/ISSN: 9787122129109
Published on: 2012-01
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Chapter 1 Separation Processes
1.1 Characteristics of separation process and separation factor
1.1.1 Characteristics of separation process
1.1.2 Separation factor
1.2 Classifications of separation process
1.3 Selection of separation processes
1.4 Industrial chemical processes
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Chapter 2 Foundation of Multicomponent, Multistage Separations
2.1 Degree of freedom and design variables
2.1.1 General description
2.1.2 Design and control degrees of freedom
2.1.3 Phase rule and the degree of freedom analysis of processes
2.2 Calculation of phase equilibrium
2.2.1 Phase equilibrium
2.2.2 Phase equilibrium data
2.2.3 Calculations of vapor-liquid equilibrium
2.3 Multicomponent bubble- and dew-point calculations
2.4 Single stage equilibrium calculations
2.4.1 Determination of phase conditions for a mixture and types of flash distillation calculations
2.4.2 Isothermal flash
2.4.3 Adiabatic flash
2.5 Batch distillation
2.5.1 Introduction
2.5.2 Unconventional column configurations
2.5.3 Batch distillation optimization
2.6 Steam distillation
2.7 Continuous distillation
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Chapter 3 Multicomponent, Multistage Separations
3.1 Multicomponent distillation
3.1.1 Key components
3.1.2 Complex of multicomponent distillation
3.2 Fenske-Underwood-Gilliland shortcut method
3.2.1 Material balance method of sharp separation
3.2.2 Fenske equation for minimum equilibrium stages
3.2.3 Underwood formula for minimum reflux ratio
3.2.4 Gilliland correlation for actual reflux ratio and theoretical stages
3.2.5 Feed-stage location
3.3 Azeotropic distillation
3.3.1 Azeotropism
3.3.2 Characteristics of azeotrope
3.3.3 Azeotropic distillation processes
3.3.4 Azeotropic distillation using an entrainer
3.4 Extractive distillation
3.4.1 Introduction
3.4.2 Principles of extractive distillation
3.4.3 Analysis of extractive distillation process
3.5 Salt distillation
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Chapter 4 Gas Absorption and Stripping
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Gas-liquid equilibrium
4.2.1 Equilibrium of physical absorption
4.2.2 Equilibrium of chemical absorption
4.3 Absorption and stripping process
4.3.1 Introduction of absorption and stripping process
4.3.2 Analysis of multicomponent absorption and stripping process
4.4 Shortcut calculation of multicomponent absorption and stripping process
4.4.1 Basic conception of absorption process calculation
4.4.2 Absorption factor method
4.4.3 Stripping factor method
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Chapter 5 Rigorous Methods for Multicomponent, Multistage Separations
5.1 Theoretical model for an equilibrium stage
5.1.1 Physical model of complex distillation column
5.1.2 Theoretical model of equilibrium stage
5.2 General strategy of mathematical solution
5.3 Equation-tearing procedures
5.3.1 Tridiagonal-matrix algorithm
5.3.2 Bubble-point (BP) method
5.3.3 Sum-rates (SR) method
5.3.4 Simultaneous-correction method
5.4 Stage-by-stage method
5.4.1 Starting point of calculation
5.4.2 Calculation at constant molar overflow
5.4.3 Determination of feed stage and the criteria for the end of calculation
5.4.4 Calculation at varying molar overflow
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Chapter 6 Efficiency and Energy Saving in Distillation Process
6.1 Efficiency
6.1.1 Types of plate efficiency
6.1.2 Factors impacting efficiency
6.1.3 Efficiency calculation methods
6.1.4 Overall efficiency evaluation of commercial distillation columns
6.2 Minimum work of separation process
6.2.1 General description
6.2.2 Minimum work of separation
6.2.3 Nonisothermal separation and available energy
6.2.4 Net work consumption and thermodynamic efficiency
6.3 Energy saving in distillation process
6.3.1 Thermodynamic analysis of separation process
6.3.2 Distillation with intermediate condenser and reboiler
6.3.3 Multi-effect distillation
6.3.4 Heat pump
6.4 Distillation sequencing
6.4.1 Distillation sequencing using simple columns
6.4.2 Practical constraints restricting options
6.4.3 Choice of sequence for simple nonintegrated distillation columns
6.4.4 Distillation sequencing using columns with more than two products
6.5 Synthesis of separation processes by case-based reasoning
6.5.1 Selection of single separations
6.5.2 Synthesis of azeotropic separations
6.5.3 Synthesis of separation sequences
6.5.4 Combined operations
6.5.5 Examples on azeotropic separation
6.6 Design and optimization of thermally coupled distillation schemes
6.7 Energy efficiency of an indirect, thermally coupled distillation sequence
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Chapter 7 Other Separation Methods
7.1 Adsorption
7.1.1 Adsorbents
7.1.2 Fundamentals of adsorption equilibria
7.1.3 Theories of adsorption equilibria
7.1.4 Processes and cycles
7.1.5 Application in carbon dioxide separation
7.2 Ion exchange
7.2.1 Structure of ion exchange resins
7.2.2 Principles of ion exchange processes
7.2.3 Type of ion exchange resins
7.2.4 Application of ion exchange resins
7.2.5 Regeneration of ion exchange resins
7.3 Liquid-liquid extraction
7.3.1 Solvent selection
7.3.2 Extractor design
7.3.3 Liquid-liquid extraction equipment
7.3.4 Supercritical fluid extraction
7.4 Reactive distillation
7.4.1 Introduction
7.4.2 Basic of reactive distillation
7.4.3 Available commercial catalytic packings and homogeneous internals
7.4.4 Barriers to commercial implementation
7.4.5 Computational methods
7.4.6 Application
7.5 Membrane separation
7.5.1 Introduction
7.5.2 Membranes for gas separation
7.5.3 Membranes for liquid separation
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