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    Title: An Analytical Study of Mass Transfer Efficiency in Double-Pass Parallel-Plate Mass Exchangers under Uniform Wall Fluxes
    Authors: Ho, Chii-dong;Tu, Jr-wei;Fu, Jiun-jiau
    Contributors: 淡江大學化學工程與材料工程學系
    Keywords: Mass Transfer;Parallel-Plate Channel;Double-Pass Operation;Uniform Wall Fluxes;Conjugated Graetz Problems
    Date: 2006-12-20
    Issue Date: 2011-05-20 09:54:12 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Kagaku Kogaku Kyokai,Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan
    Abstract: A permeable barrier was inserted to divide an open duct into two subchannels of uniform wall fluxes for conducting double-pass laminar countercurrent operations. The mass transfer rate of such a double-pass device was substantially improved and has been investigated theoretically by using an eigenfunction expansion in power series.
    The theoretical predictions of mass-transfer efficiency enhancement in double-pass parallel-plate mass exchangers were represented graphically and compared with those in an open duct of single-pass operation (without a permeable barrier inserted). The results show that the double-pass operation can effectively enhance the mass transfer efficiency and especially when the permeable-barrier position is appropriately adjusted.
    Relation: Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan 39(12), pp.1243-1254
    DOI: 10.1252/jcej.39.1243
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