MODELS' PERFORMANCE LEADS TO ADSORPTION-UNIT MODIFICATIONS

P. J. Parsons, J.J. Templeman British Gas plc Midlands Research Station Solihull, West Midlands U.K. Models to predict performance of a natural-gas absorber for dew point control were used successfully to analyze absorber performance at British Gas plc's Easington terminal and have led to modifications to handle additional volumes. The models were verified with data from pilot-plant tests and trials on absorbers at the terminal. They revealed the absorbers' capacities to be greater than

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