Data for: SIMULATION OF FIXED-BED ADSORPTION COLUMN WITH AXIAL PARTICLE DIAMETER PROFILE FOR REMOVAL OF SOLUTIONS IN CONCENTRATIONS TO WHICH HENRY'S LAW APPLIES

Published: 25 October 2019| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/63sjvw56s3.2
Contributor:
Cristiane Ferrarezzi

Description

PMR_AN_3dp_ASC: results obtained by the simulation in Fortran 77® of proposed model, with conditions adopted by Almeida Neto (2011). 3 particle diameters, adopting ascending particle diameter profile along the bed. Used in Figure 7 PMR_AN_3dp_CS2: results obtained by the simulation in Fortran 77® of proposed model in case study 2. Used in Figure 8. PMR_AN_3dp_CS3: results obtained by the simulation in Fortran 77® of proposed model in case study 3. Used in Figure 8. PMR_AN_3dp_DESC: results obtained by the simulation in Fortran 77® of proposed model, with conditions adopted by Almeida Neto (2011). 3 particle diameters, adopting descending particle diameter profile along the bed. Used in Figure 7 PMR_FDM_a1_CGL: results obtained by the simulation in Fortran 77® of proposed model, with the mass balance for the solid in mobile phase, numerically solved by the finite difference method, with α=1, with conditions adopted by Cremasco; Guirardello and Linda Wang (2003) for phenylalanine. Used in Figure 5 PMR_FDM_a1pg_CGL: results obtained by the simulation in Fortran 77® of proposed model, with the mass balance for the solid in mobile phase, numerically solved by the finite difference method, with α=1+γ, with conditions adopted by Cremasco; Guirardello and Linda Wang (2003) for phenylalanine. Used in Figure 4 PMR_TR_a1_CGL: results obtained by the simulation in Fortran 77® of proposed model, with the mass balance for the solid in mobile phase, numerically solved by the trapezoid rule, with α=1, with conditions adopted by Cremasco; Guirardello and Linda Wang (2003) for phenylalanine. Used in Figure 3 PMR_TR_a1pg_AN: results obtained by the simulation in Fortran 77® of proposed model, with the mass balance for the solid in mobile phase, numerically solved by the trapezoid rule, with α=1+γ, with conditions adopted by Almeida Neto (2011). Used in Figure 6 PMR_TR_a1pg_CGL: results obtained by the simulation in Fortran 77® of proposed model, with the mass balance for the solid in mobile phase, numerically solved by the trapezoid rule, with α=1+γ, with conditions adopted by Cremasco; Guirardello and Linda Wang (2003) for phenylalanine. Used in Figure 2 PMSC_FDM_a1pg_CGL: source code in Fortran 77® of proposed model with the mass balance for the solid in mobile phase, numerically solved by the finite difference method, with α=1+γ, with conditions adopted by Cremasco; Guirardello and Linda Wang (2003) for phenylalanine. PMSC_TR_a1pg_CGL: source code in Fortran 77® of proposed model with the mass balance for the solid in mobile phase, numerically solved by the trapezoid rule, with α=1+γ, with conditions adopted by Cremasco; Guirardello and Linda Wang (2003) for phenylalanine. PMSC_TRMR_a1pg_CGL: source code in Fortran 77® of proposed model with the mass balance for the solid in mobile phase, numerically solved by the trapezoidal rule with the midpoint rule, with α=1+γ, with conditions adopted by Cremasco; Guirardello and Linda Wang (2003) for phenylalanine.

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