In the present work H2S adsorption on a chromium-based MIL-101 fixed bed was numerically studied. A mathematical model that accounts for external and internal mass transfer resistances was developed and a parametric study was carried out in order to investigate the influence of various operating parameters, namely gas flow rate, bed length, H2S inlet concentration and solid particle diameter, on breakthrough curve of the bed.

Parametric Study of Hydrogen Sulfide Adsorption on Chromium-Based MIL-101 in a Fixed-Bed

Bareschino P
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PEPE F;Diglio G
2017

Abstract

In the present work H2S adsorption on a chromium-based MIL-101 fixed bed was numerically studied. A mathematical model that accounts for external and internal mass transfer resistances was developed and a parametric study was carried out in order to investigate the influence of various operating parameters, namely gas flow rate, bed length, H2S inlet concentration and solid particle diameter, on breakthrough curve of the bed.
Biogas; Fixed-Bed Adsorption; Hydrogen Sulfide
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