Hydrodynamics Of Gas-Liquid Reactors. Normal Operation And Upset Conditions
The design of chemical reactors and their safety are as critical to the success of a chemical process as the actual chemistry taking place within the reactor
Hydrodynamics of Multiphase Reactors addresses both practical and theoretical aspects of this topic
Initial chapters discuss various different types of gas/liquid reactors from a practical viewpoint, and later chapters focus on the modelling of multiphase systems and computational methods for reactor design and problem solving
It considers not only standard operation conditions, but also the problems of runaway reaction conditions and protection against ensuing over-pressure
The material is written by experts in their specific fields and will include chapters on the following topics Multiphase flow, Bubble columns, Sparged stirred vessels, Macroscale modelling, Microscale modelling, Runaway conditions, Behaviour of vessel contents, Choked flow, Measurement techniques.
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the practical aspects of multiphase reactor design and operation with an emphasis on safety and clean technology