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Measurement of Wetting Efficiency in Trickle-Bed Reactor

Authors Wu, Qiang
Hu, Xijun
Yue, Po-Lock
Wang, Dahui
Issue Date 2002
Source 17th International Symposium of Chemical Reaction Engineering, Hong Kong , 25-28 August 2002
Summary Wetting efficiency in trickle-bed reactor (TBR) is defined as the fraction of outer surface area wetted by liquid phase. In this study, a model is established based on the non-steady state adsorption of extremely diluted phenol solution by highly porous activated carbon to estimate the liquid to solid mass transfer coefficient and the wetting efficiency in accordance with its original definition. Both the measured mass transfer coefficient and wetting efficiency were found in good agreement with other relevant studies.
Language English
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