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Making sense of amine absorber temperature profiles

Simulation is a powerful tool for ensuring designs are robust, operating conditions are optimal, and troubleshooting can be effectively and efficiently ...

Apr-2017

Ammonia destruction in the reaction furnace

A study based on reaction fundamentals aids a comparison of the advantages of one-zone and two-zone SRU reaction furnace design in ammonia destruction ...

Nov-2016

SRU simulation getting the properties right

Reliable, predictive simulation software for SRUs requires recognition of many of the unique properties and behaviours of sulphur.

Aug-2016

The role of tail gas treating unit 
quench towers

A quench tower cools gas entering a tail gas amine unit but also protects the amine against SO2 breakthrough.

Jun-2016

Effect of MMEA on the performance of tail gas and AGE units

Methylmonoethanolamine (MMEA) is one of the secondary amines produced by the degradation of N-methyldiethanolamine (MDEA).

Apr-2016

Improving CO2 absorber performance in LNG production

Simulation of deep CO2 removal in LNG and syngas applications, combined with intercooling, maximises effectiveness of piperazine-promoted MDEA solvent ...

Apr-2015

Pinched performance: Part 1

Absorbers become lean-end pinched when the solvent’s capacity for acid gas greatly exceeds the acid gas to be removed. Carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulphide ...

Feb-2015