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ENGINEERING DATA BOOK FPS VERSION Volumes I & II Sections Published as a service to the gas processing and related process industries by the Gas. The GPSA Engineering Data Book was first published in as a small booklet containing much advertising and little technical information. Over 80 years and. GPSA ENGINEERING DATABOOK ERRATA. ( SI Edition). PAGE. DESCRIPTION. Figure , Change units for LTB. Figure , Missing text.


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TULSA, Okla., April 27, /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- GPSA announces the release of the 14th edition of its Engineering Data Book. The 14th Edition of the GPSA Engineering Databook is now available to purchase in SI Format. FPS versions available as a special order. Two formats are now. Notes: On cover and spine: GPSA engineering data book. Description: 2 volumes (loose-leaf): illustrations ; 30 cm. Contents: Volumes 1 -- Volume 2.

Proper stripping of the oil is necessary to minimize lean oil losses to the gas and to maximize absorption capacity. Facilities for processing sour gas may have several sources of sour water. These include water from inlet separators, water from compressor discharge scrubbers, quench water from certain Claus unit tail-gas cleanup processes, and water from the regeneration of solid bed product treaters or dehydrators.

In some plants it is possible to dispose of this water by using it for makeup to the gas treating solution. However, most sour gas plants have an excess of water and the hydrogen sulfide must be removed to a level of 1 to 2 ppmw before disposing of the water. Sour water strippers are used for this purpose. Sour water strippers commonly have 10 to 15 trays or 20 to 30 feet of packing. The feed enters at the top and heat is supplied either by a reboiler or by steam injection directly below the bottom tray.

These vapors are usually sent to the regenerator still condenser in plants using aqueous treating solutions. Alternatively, the vapors may be sent directly to the sulfur recovery unit, or incinerated if emission standards are not exceeded. Foaming occurs in sour water strippers and the tower diameter should be based on operation at 50 to 70 percent of the flooding loads for a non-foaming system.

However, the results of such calculations must be used only as a guide to the relative effects of changing vapor rates The use of an average absorption factor, as defined in Eq , ignores the change in gas volume from inlet to outlet. Also, the assumptions of average temperature and K-values can cause significant errors in the preceding calculation method. This is because tray efficiencies or packing HETPs are not known accurately and the effects of other components in the sour water change the apparent solubility of hydrogen sulfide.

Ammonia, which is common in refinery sour waters, can increase the hydrogen sulfide solubility by a factor of 10 or more. A more detailed design procedure is then required for refining sour water strippers than that given in the following example. Enough indirect reboiler heat is provided to allow 0. The feed rate is 10 gpm and the tower top is to operate at Determine the number of theoretical trays required.

Since tray efficiencies or packing HETPs are not predictable, 10 actual trays or 20 feet of packing would be used. The relative effect of various operating pressures and reboiler heat rates can be estimated by the above method. Chien, H. Fenske, M.

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