Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research | VOL. 59
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Combining the Nonuniform Structure and Flow Maldistribution for the Accurate Prediction of the Process Performance of Monolithic Adsorbent Systems

Publication Date Jan 23, 2020

Abstract

Monolithic adsorbent systems offer the potential to achieve high throughput in fast-cycle adsorption processes. Modeling these systems is typically based on the “ideal monolith” assumption, neglect...

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Throughput In Processes
Monolithic Systems
Nonuniform Flow
Performance Of Systems
Monolithic Adsorbent
Flow Maldistribution
Nonuniform Structure
Adsorbent Systems
Process Performance
Adsorption Processes

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