What are the benefits from mass transfer rate-based simulation?
Models are highly detailed and predictive
Alkanolamines have been successfully used for 80 years for
sweetening hydrocarbon products. Despite the
longevity and track record of amine treating as a
process, it is common to find that calculation methods rely
heavily on rules-of-thumb and the now-antiquated approximation
of ideal or theoretical stages. The advent 30 years ago of
high-speed, desktop computing power makes this approach not
just severely limiting, but also unnecessary.
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