alexa Experimental Study of Volumetric Mass Transfer Coefficients in Slurry Bubble Column Reactor

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Experimental Study of Volumetric Mass Transfer Coefficients in Slurry Bubble Column Reactor

Scaling up of Fisher-Tropsh requires suitably accurate estimations of hydrodynamic and mass transfer parameters as a function of column size and slurry concentration. The present study focuses on gas holdup, volumetric mass transfer and local mass transfer coefficients in a slurry bubble column employing a C9-C11 Iraqi paraffin oil as a liquid phase, alumina and silica particles as a solid phase and oxygen was used as a gas phase because the properties of the paraffin oil are similar to those of Fisher-Tropsch wax under actual operating conditions in the industrial slurry bubble column and alumina and silica serve as carrier for the active cobalt catalyst utilized in the Fischer-Tropsch.

Citation: Ghani SA, Yaqub RJ, Saleh SS (2012) Experimental Study of Volumetric Mass Transfer Coefficients in Slurry Bubble Column Reactor. J Chem Eng Process Technol 3:136. doi: 10.4172/2157-7048.1000136

 
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