Gas Stream

Some articles on gas stream, gas, streams, gas streams:

Ethanolamine - Applications - Gas Stream Scrubbing
... dioxide scrubber Aqueous solutions of MEA (solutions of MEA in water) are used as a gas stream scrubbing liquid in amine treaters ... For example, aqueous MEA is used to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from flue gas ... Aqueous solutions can weakly dissolve certain kinds of gases from a mixed gas stream ...
Dust Collector - Wet Scrubbers
... In these systems, the scrubbing liquid (usually water) comes into contact with a gas stream containing dust particles ... Greater contact of the gas and liquid streams yields higher dust removal efficiency ... Gas-humidification - The gas-humidification process agglomerates fine particles, increasing the bulk, making collection easier ...
Particulate Matter Sampler - Use of Inertial Separators
... If a gas stream containing particles of different sizes is forced to turn a sharp corner, the inertia of the large particles causes them to separate from the gas stream lines ... The larger particles can be collected and removed from the gas stream after collisions with the walls of the vessel ... The two common types of inertial separators are cyclones, which spin the gas stream, causing collisions of the heavier particles with the outside of the cyclone ...
Turboexpander - Applications - Extracting Hydrocarbon Liquids From Natural Gas
... Raw natural gas consists primarily of methane (CH4), the shortest and lightest hydrocarbon molecule, as well as various amounts of heavier hydrocarbon gases such as ethane (C2H6), propane (C3H8), normal ... The raw gas also contains various amounts of acid gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2), hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and mercaptans such as methanethiol (CH3SH) and ethanethiol (C2H5SH) ... When processed into finished by-products (see Natural gas processing), these heavier hydrocarbons are collectively referred to as NGL (natural gas liquids) ...
Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer
... The system uses a bed of ceramic material to absorb heat from the exhaust gas ... heat to preheat the incoming process gas stream and destroy air pollutants emitted from process exhaust streams at temperatures ranging from 815°C (1,500 F) to 980°C (1,800 F) ... These gas streams are usually produced by processes requiring ventilation, including paint booths, printing, and paper mills ...

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