PC program estimates TEG circulation rate, number of trays

P. Gandhidasan, A. A. Al-Farayedhi, Ali A. Al-Mubarak King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals Dhahran Equations for calculating the TEG circulation rate, number of actual trays [45,772] Example [134,204 bytes] A computer program has been developed that enables process engineers and designers to estimate the circulation rate of lean triethylene glycol (TEG) needed to dry natural gas in glycol dehydrators that use a tray column. The program (TEG.TRAY) determines the total amount of water vapor to be removed from the natural gas to achieve the required exit-gas water content and the circulation rate of lean TEG required for this purpose. ...

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