Bubble column reactors
This technology, though used for many years, has shown great vitality recently and is still in a state of flux. Provides an account of developments up to the present and also an orderly evaluation of literature already published on the subject. Considerable space is devoted to bubble column reactor performance predictions based on mathematical models and the importance of each is explained with practical examples.
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An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics The Finite Volume Method, 2/e
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Reactions in Multiphase Systems
General Problems of Bubble Column Design and Analysis
Mass Transfer and Reaction
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