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Equipment Design and Costs for Separating Homogeneous Mixtures

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1. Distillation

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Design Procedures for Columns with Sieve Trays Designation of design bases Composition and physical properties of feed and product Special limitations: maximum temperature and pressure drop restrictions, presence of reactive materials or toxic components etc Selection of design variables: operating pressure, reflux ratio, feed condition Establishment of physical equilibria data data for binary pairs are combined with a model (Wilson, NRTL and UNIQUAC) to predict multi- component behavior; UNIFAC model is used for prediction based on functional group

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Design Procedures for Columns with Sieve Trays (cont’d) Determination of number of equilibrium stages Underwood equation for minimum reflux Minimum number of stages from Fenske equation Number of equilibrium stages, N as a function of and (Gilliand equation)

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Design Procedures for Columns with Sieve Trays (cont’d) Selection of column internals

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Design Procedures for Columns with Sieve Trays (cont’d) Determination of column diameter

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Design Procedures for Columns with Sieve Trays (cont’d) Efficiency: Tray Spacing: 0.46 to 0.61 m (0.3 and 0.91 m are also used) Column height

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Design Procedures for Columns with Sieve Trays (cont’d) Sieve Tray Geometry Hole dia: m Fractional free area: m2 Fractional downcomer area: m2 Pitch/hole dia ratio: Tray spacing: m Weir height: m

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Design Procedures for Columns with Random Packing Determination of diameter Vapor velocity is 70 to 90 % of flooding velocity Recommended pressure drop 400 to 600 Pa/m for atmospheric and high-pressure separation 4 to 50 Pa/m for vacuum operations 200 to 400 Pa/m for absorption and stripping column

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Design Procedures for Columns with Random Packing (cont’d) Heights of columns HTU method

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Design Procedures for Columns with Random Packing (cont’d) HETP method

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Design Procedures for Columns with Structured Packing

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Design Procedures for Columns with Structured Packing (cont’d) Diameter Height HETP: Rule of thumb

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Other Distillation Processes Batch distillation: Food, pharmaceuticals and biotechnolgy industries Rayleigh equation

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Other Distillation Processes (cont’d) Azeotropic distillation

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Cost Estimation

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Cost Estimation (cont’d) Costs of distillation column 25 trays50 trays

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Cost Estimation (cont’d) Costs of sieve tray

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Cost Estimation (cont’d)

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2. Absorption and Stripping

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Gas Treatment with Solvent Recovery

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Design Procedures Column diameter: 70 to 90% of the flooding velocity, Larger of the top or bottom diameter is used Number of equilibrium stages: Modified Kremser equation Solute fraction absorbed Solute fraction stripped

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Design Procedures (cont’d) Stage efficiency and column height Overall efficiency Column height: Tray spacing/HTU/HETP

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3. Membrane Separation

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Selection of Membranes Fabricated from natural and synthetic polymers Membrane modules Plate and Frame ($ /m2) Spiral-wound ($25-100/m2) Hollow fiber ($10-20/m2) Tubular ($ /m2) Capillary ($25-100/m2) Ceramic ($ /m2)

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Concentration Profile across Membranes

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Design Parameter Permeance: porosity, solubility or partition coefficient Separation factor/selectivity Purity and yield

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Flow Patterns

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4. Adsorption

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Selection of Adsorbent Activated Carbon Molecular Sieve Zeolites Silica gel Activated Alumina

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Basic Adsorption Cycles Temperature Swing cycle Cycle time: few hours Capacity: 1 kg per 100 kg of adsorbent

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Basic Adsorption Cycles (cont’d) Inert Purge cycle Regeneration is done by purging inert gas and lowering the partial pressure of the adsorbate Cycle times are only a few minutes Capacity 1 to 2 kg adsorbate per 100 kg adsorbent

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Basic Adsorption Cycles (cont’d) Pressure Swing cycle Cycle time: few minutes Capacity: 1 to 2 kg per 100 kg adsorbent

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