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Gazeous effluent treatment - 5FM91004

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 8.0
    • Tutorials : 8.0
    • Laboratory works : 0
    • Projects : 0
    • Internship : 0
    • Written tests : 2.0
    ECTS : 15.0
  • Officials : Marc AUROUSSEAU

Goals

To provide students with skills in the field of gas treatment.
To be able to offer remediation/depollution solutions adapted according to the nature of the effluent and to site constraints.
To understand the processes involved in order to determine the limiting steps and to choose the best suited contactor.

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Content

GAS/SOLID ADSORPTION
Introduction: the various techniques of gas cleaning
Presentation of the adsorption
Adsorption kinetics
Equilibrium adsorption
Multicomponent adsorption
Implementation

DUST REMOVAL
Introduction
Reminders on the particulate state
Mechanical separators
Hydraulic separators
Filter separators
Electrical separators

GAS/LIQUID ABSORPTION
Introduction
Physical absorption
Absorption with chemical reactions: irreversible reaction of 1,1 order and m, n orders
Transfer in the presence of resistance in the gas phase
Transfer in the presence of complex reaction system

Exercices are performed throughout the course



Prerequisites

Kinetics ; mass balances ; reactors ; mass transfer.

Tests

A 2 hours written exam. Dust removal is not evaluated.
Written notes authorized. Copies of books or previous exams are banned.
Examination compensatable.

part I (Absorption) : mark N1
part II (Adsorption) : mark N2
At the discretion of teachers, “random” or “surprised” test can be asked to the students during the course. The mark will be N3 . It will then be included in the calculation of the average mark with a 0.1 coefficient on the final note.



N = moyenne (N1, N2) ou N' = 0.9*N + 0.1*N3

Calendar

The course exists in the following branches:

see the course schedule for 2018-2019

Additional Information

Curriculum->->Semester 9
Curriculum->Pagora Engineer - Apprentice->Semester 9
Curriculum->Professionnal training->Semester 9
Curriculum->Pagora Engineer - Student->Semester 9
Curriculum->Elective Semester PIME->Semester 9


Sécurité-Environnement

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Date of update April 18, 2019

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