Chemical Process Equipment, Selection and Design by James R. Couper, W. Roy Penney, James R. Fair, Stanley M.

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5. Kogan, Fridman, and Kafarov, Equilibria between Liquid and Vapor (in Russian), Moscow, 1966. 6. Larkin, Selected Data on Mixtures, International Data Series’ B, Thermodynamic Properties of Organic Aqueous Systems, Engineering Science Data Unit Ltd, London, 197%date. 7. Ogorodnikov, Lesteva, and Kogan, Handbook of Azeotropic Mixtures (in Russian), Moscow, 1971; data of 21,069 systems. 8. , Tokyo, 1976. 9. Sorensen and Arlt, Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium Data Collection, DECHEMA, Frankfurt/Main, FRG, 1979-1980, 3 ~01s.

Water is sprayed into the top of this tower. The 2. CRACKING OF GAS OIL A gas oil cracking plant consists of two cracking furnaces, a soaker, a main fractionator, and auxiliary strippers, exchangers, pumps, and drums. The main fractionator (150 psig) consists of four zones, the bottom zone being no. 1. A light vacuum gas oil (LVGO) is charged to the top plate of zone 3, removed from the bottom tray of this zone and pumped to furnace no. 1 that operates at 1OOOpsig and 1000°F. 1 bottoms is pumped to storage.

3. Process flowsheet of a plant making 47 tons/day of ammonia from available hydrogen and hydrogen made from natural gas (The C. W. ). 4. Process flowsheet of the manufacture of benzene by dealkylation of toluene (Wells, Safety in Design, Process G e o r g e Godwin, London, 1980). 5. Engineering (P&I) flowsheet of the reaction section of plant for dealkylation of benzene (Wells, Safety in Process Design, George Godwin, London, 1980). 28 E-102 REACTOR EFFLVENT CONDENSEI) 3 7 4 ccaqn D-101 UlGH PRESSVRE KNOCKOUT POT 23MID.

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