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Title: Dehydration with a microporous adsorbent of natural gas used as motor fuel. Experimental and modeling study of the adsorption and desorption phases.
Authors: Petryk, M.R.
Khimic, A.
Petryk, M.M.
Fraissard, J.
Affiliation: Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of NAS of Ukraine
Sorbonne Universités, ESPCI-LPEM
Modélisation du Transfert de Masse, University Ivan Pul’uy, 46001 Ternopil, Ukraine
Journal/Collection: Adsorption
Issue Date: 10-Jan-2018
Submitted date: 18-Jan-2018
Publisher: Adsorption
Country (code): US
Keywords: Laplace integral transformation
Heaviside’s operational method
natural gas dehydration
diffusion of adsorbed gas
adsorption and desorption of gases
Page range: 1-14
Series/Report no.: 1;1
Abstract: An experimental and theoretical study of the dehydration of natural gas using microporous silica beds for motor fuel technology in extreme winter climates is described. Analytical solutions to the problem of non-isothermal adsorption and desorption are based on Heaviside’s operational method and Laplace integral transformation. Experimental and modeling distributions of moisture and temperatures of gas at the inlet and outlet of the silica beds for each adsorption - desorption phase at different times are presented. The distribution of moisture within the beds for the full dehydration - regeneration cycle is determined.
Copyright owner: Petryk M.R.
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