By Heinz P. Bloch
Turboexpanders and technique Applications bargains readers entire software standards, sensible parameters, and choice directions. This e-book is meant for the widest attainable spectrum of engineering capabilities, together with technical aid, upkeep, working, and managerial group of workers in technique vegetation, refineries, air liquefaction, usual gasoline separation, geothermal mining, and layout contracting.
The textual content distinguishes among cryogenic turboexpanders which are used to get better energy from super chilly gases, and sizzling gasoline expanders that accomplish an analogous aim with gases attaining temperatures in far more than one thousand levels Fahrenheit. The authors have assembled during this ebook an optimal mix of procedure and mechanical applied sciences as they practice to turboexpanders.
- A hugely functional, well-illustrated, and up to date evaluation of turboexpander building features
- Appeals to quite a lot of engineers
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BIBLIOGRAPHY AND ADDITIONAL READING 1. , Compte rend, Vol. 134 (1902), pp. 1568-1570. 2. Swearingen, J. S. Patent No. 3,418,820 (1968). 3. Swearingen, J. , "Turboexpanders and processes that use them," Chem. Eng. Progress, Vol. 68 (1972), No. 7, pp. 95-102. 4. Abadie, V. , "Predicting expander performance," ASME Paper No. WA/PID-19 (1969). 5. Houghton, J. and Mclay, J. , "Turboexpanders aid condensate recovery," Oil and Gas Journal, (5 Mar. 1973), pp. 76-79. 6. Swearingen, J. S. Patent No. 3,610,775 (1971).
Swearingen, J. S. Patent No. 3,418,820 (1968). 3. Swearingen, J. , "Turboexpanders and processes that use them," Chem. Eng. Progress, Vol. 68 (1972), No. 7, pp. 95-102. 4. Abadie, V. , "Predicting expander performance," ASME Paper No. WA/PID-19 (1969). 5. Houghton, J. and Mclay, J. , "Turboexpanders aid condensate recovery," Oil and Gas Journal, (5 Mar. 1973), pp. 76-79. 6. Swearingen, J. S. Patent No. 3,610,775 (1971). 7. Swearingen, J. , "Turbine wheel," Japan Patent No. 617,904 (1971). 8. Swearingen, J.
3--,,. ' (~ i l ~ I t [ 03 ~ t05°F. II ~ 0 100 50 Figure 3-2. Theoretical work to liquify 1 Ib of methane. Application of Cryogenic Turboexpanders 45 numbers are used. This particular flow schematic is specially selected for a number of reasons, which will become apparent. Describing the process briefly, gas is shown fed to the system at 200 psia where it joins a recycle stream at that pressure, and the combined stream is recompressed to 1,000 psia. This stream is cooled and divided, and the larger portion of it is then passed through a turboexpander where it is expanded to 200 psia and partially condensed.