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By Navin G. Ashar, Kiran R. Golwalkar

ISBN-10: 3319020412

ISBN-13: 9783319020419

ISBN-10: 3319020420

ISBN-13: 9783319020426

This severe quantity offers functional insights on sulfuric acid and similar plant layout and on suggestions to enhance and improve considerably the potency of an present plant via small differences. The ebook presents readers with a greater figuring out of the state-of-art in sulfuric acid manufacture in addition to, importantly, within the manufacture of value-added items in keeping with sulfur which are additionally linked to the manufacture of sulfuric acid. total, engineers and plant managers might be brought to applied sciences for making their sulfuric acid firms extra effective, remunerative, and environmentally pleasant. A useful advisor to the Manufacture of Sulfuric Acid, Oleums, and Sulfonating Agents covers sulfuric acid and spinoff chemical plant information from the nuts-and-bolts point to a holistic point of view in response to genuine box adventure. The ebook is imperative to an individual fascinated with enforcing a sulfuric acid or similar chemical plant.

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Sufficient flow of acid in all towers. 28 2 Processes of Manufacture of Sulfuric Acid • Efficient candle type demisters in all acid towers (drying, intermediate absorption, and final absorption). • Provision of alkali scrubber for tail gases for plants (to minimize emission during plant startup and to take care of any process upsets). 1 Process Control Optimization Operational controls should include means for: • Warning of absorber acid feed failure. • Warning of absorber acid feed over-temperature and control of temperature along the conversion tower.

1 Monsanto Process Monsanto developed this process for making chlorosulfonic acid using hydrochloric acid and sulfur trioxide in gaseous form. The gaseous HCl is initially absorbed into chloro-oleum containing 3–4% free SO3. This is sent to the product tank from which it is dispatched after cooling. The unreacted HCl gases are then absorbed in another tower wherein HCl gas is sucked by a steam ejection system and absorbed in a large body of chloro-oleum containing chlorosulfonic acid and small percentages of SO3.

A. 6 All All All All All <200 <200 <200 <1,000 <200 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 There are many other processes available for SO2 removal from stack gases. Some of them are listed below: 1. By absorption in liquid medium such as (a) Sodium hydroxide solution (b) Sodium carbonate solution (c) Alkali fly ash (d) Ammonium hydroxide solution 2. By treatment with active carbon SO2 bearing gases are passed through active carbon beds, which are periodically washed with water. The dilute acid produced can be used in the plant itself (instead of dilution water).

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