Estimation of liquid film mass transfer coefficients for columns randomly packed with partially wetted rings
A semitheoretical correlation based on an extension of the random length, random angle statistical model of Davidson (1959) is developed which predicts liquid film mass transfer coefficients in a column packed with partially wetted Raschig rings. The method takes into account the ring size and the mixing which occurs at the packing junctions and allows an estimation of the effective length of a packing piece for a particular liquid viscosity. Predicted values of mass transfer coefficients are in good agreement with the experimental values obtained for the carbon dioxide‐water and carbon dioxide‐aqueous glycerol systems at 25°C reported by Mangers and Ponter (1980b) and other systems reported by Sherwood and Holloway (1940). Copyright © 1982 Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering
The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering
Estimation of liquid film mass transfer coefficients for columns randomly packed with partially wetted rings.
The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering,
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