The Sectionalization of Conventional Bubble Columns by Perforated Trays into Trayed Bubble Columns (TBCs) Has Much Potential in Biochemical and Petroleum Refining Processes, as an Effective Way to Improve the Gas-Liquid Contacting Efficiency and Reduce the Liquid Back mixing. in This Work, the Effects of Tray Geometry, Superficial Gas Velocity, and Superficial Liquid Velocity on the overall Gas Holdup Have Been Investigated. It Was Determined that the Trays Significantly Increase the overall Gas Holdup. the Tray Hole Diameter and Superficial Gas Velocity Were Determined to Be the Most Important Factors. © 2006 American Chemical Society.
J. Alvaré and M. H. Al-Dahhan, "Gas Holdup in Trayed Bubble Column Reactors," Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, vol. 45, no. 9, pp. 3320 - 3326, American Chemical Society, Apr 2006.
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26 Apr 2006