With increasing environmental concerns, sulfur recovery has become one of the leading issues in emissions reduction. Bryan Research & Engineering’s process simulator, ProMax, contains a complete reactor suite for modeling kinetic (plug flow and stirred tank), equilibrium, conversion, and Gibbs minimization schemes. A variety of sulfur recovery and tail gas cleanup processes may be modeled using this suite of options. Some of the most commonly modeled processes include:
• Claus sulfur recovery (including acid gas
bypass, hot gas bypass, enhanced oxygen,
catalytic burners and more)
• Selectox/Recycle Selectox®
Totally integrated with Microsoft® Visio®, Excel® and Word, ProMax is a comprehensive tool that meets the unique needs of each client. For instance, in a sulfur plant, ProMax may be used to
• Directly link the amine, sulfur and tail gas units in a single project.
• Optimize plant performance through custom solver routines.
• Automatically determine overall plant sulfur recovery.
• Easily determine the sulfur dewpoint.
• Calculate steam generation and consumption quantities.
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