Separation and Purification Technology | VOL. 49

Fixed-bed adsorption of carbon dioxide–helium, nitrogen–helium and carbon dioxide–nitrogen mixtures onto silicalite pellets

Publication Date Apr 1, 2006


Abstract In this work, the fixed-bed adsorption of carbon dioxide and nitrogen on silicalite pellets has been studied. Adsorption equilibrium and kinetic measurements of carbon dioxide and nitrogen on this adsorbent at several temperatures have been performed, and the single adsorption equilibrium isotherms have been obtained for both adsorbates. A model based on the LDF approximation for the mass transfer, taking into account the energy and momentum balances, has been used to describe the adsorption kinetics of carbon dioxide and nitrogen as single components. The model reproduced satisfactorily the breakthrough curves obtained with carbon dioxide–nitrogen mixtures.


Carbon Nitrogen Nitrogen Helium Equilibrium Of Carbon Dioxide Carbon Dioxide Momentum Balances Adsorption Kinetic Measurements Adsorption Equilibrium Single Components Single Isotherms Single Equilibrium

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