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|Title:||Mass Transfer with Chemical Reaction From Single Spheres|
|Keywords:||mass transfer;chemical reaction;forced convection;velocity profiles|
|Abstract:||<p> Forced convection mass transfer rates from single gas bubbles, with accompanying chemical reaction, were determined experimentally in the intermediate Reynolds number range. The reacting system carbon dioxide-monoethanolaminc was chosen for this study. </p> <p> A mathematical model, describing forced convection mass transfer from a single sphere with accompanying first or second order reaction, was developed and solved using finite-difference techniques. Hydrodynamic conditions in the intermediate Reynolds number region were described using Kawaguti-type velocity profiles. </p> <p> The numerical solutions of the model have been compared with the experimental results of this study as well as with previous theoretical and experimental results. </p>|
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