Oxygen Generator-Presentation

Oxygen Generator-Presentation

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Unformatted text preview: 1.63 than LiAgX which has a 1:1 ratio – Mixing in LiAgX in the argon removal section would only hurt performance as well. Design 4: LiAgX and AgA zeolites separated Nitrogen – LiAgX zeolite with a 96.42% Oxygen purity and 62.74% recovery Argon – AgA zeolite with an Argon to Oxygen selectivity of 1.63 to 1 The volume is dramatically lower – Save money on the zeolite cost and overall unit The inlet air flow rate would be less due to the higher recovery of oxygen Has been determined most beneficial design Zeolite Design Analysis Hospital Air Separation Design with Pressure Swing Adsorption Proposed Design Hospital Large hospital information Approximately 350 large hospitals in the United States (500-1000 beds). At any time have 150 users using 5L/min. Proposed Design - Hospital Goals – Use PSA technology to produce 99% oxygen with all specifications. – Provide for maximum capacity of 300 users at 5 L/min of oxygen to adjust for fluctuation in demands. – Determine if product is profitable and a plausible o...
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2011 for the course CHE 4273 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Oklahoma State.

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