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INTERCOMPONENT MASS TRANSFER IN THE SWIRLING GAS-DISPERSION FLOW WITH THE COUNTER FLOW OF COMPONENTS

doi:10.23877/MS.TS.25.011

Tsybulskaya O.N.1,2, Yudakov A.A.1,2, Ksenik T.V.1

1 Institute of Chemistry FEB RAS, Vladivostok, Russia
2 Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia


Citation:

Tsybulskaya, O.N., Yudakov, A.A. and Ksenik, T.V., (2016) Intercomponent mass transfer in the swirling gas-dispersion flow with the counter flow of components, Modern Science: Researches, Ideas, Results, Technologies, Iss. #1(17), PP. 108 - 118. doi: 10.23877/MS.TS.25.011.


Keywords:

gas-dispersion flow; criteria dependencies; Mass transfer; coefficient of mass transfer


Abstracts:

Peculiarities of mass transfer in a swirling gas-dispersion flow with counterflow component movement were studied and experimental intercomponent mass transfer coefficients were determined. Criteria dependencies were obtained that would enable one to calculate mass transfer parameters in devices using swirling two-component flows.


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