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۱The Comprehensive Concept of Urea Thermal Hydrolysis in Industrial Urea Wastewater Treatment
اطلاعات انتشار: ششمین کنگره بین المللی مهندسی شیمی، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۸
This paper gives a comprehensive study on urea wastewater treatment by co–current and counter–current configurations of thermal hydrolysis reactors. A model is developed for the two configurations of urea thermal hydrolysis reactors of industrial urea plants. In the proposed model the urea hydrolysis reactors are divided into several continuously stirred tank reactors (CSTRs). The extended electrolytic UNIQUAC equation is used to describe nonideality of liquid phase of NH3–CO2–H2O–urea system under high temperature. The model incorporates reaction rates of urea hydrolysis and takes into account the effects of solution non–ideality and back–mixing on the urea thermal hydrolyser performance. Themodel provides temperature and concentrations distribution of different components in the liquid and vapor phases along the urea thermal hydrolyser. Comparison of two types of hydrolysis reactors shows counter–current mode of hydrolyser isn’t better than co–current mode under each operation condition; but, to achieve the new environmental standards and complete treatment, application of counter–current hydrolyser is necessary. Sensitivity analysis was carried out to assess the effect of the various operating parameters on the two types of hydrolysis reactors performances.<\div>

۲Improvement of Wastewater Treatment Section of Old Urea Plant to Satisfy New Environmental Standards
اطلاعات انتشار: ششمین کنگره بین المللی مهندسی شیمی، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۹
In this study, the removal of ammonia and urea from outlet wastewater of treatment section of old urea plant has been investigated. Since the amount of urea and ammonia in outlet wastewater of treatment section of old urea plant is not acceptable due to environmental restrictions and possible to upgrade this wastewater to reuse for boiler feed water or cooling water, an additional thermal hydrolyser– desorber system is used for reduction of urea and ammonia. The extended electrolytic UNIQUAC equation has been used to describe the non–ideality of liquid phase. The proposed model incorporates reaction rate of urea hydrolysis and takes into account the effects of solution non–ideality and backmixing on the reactor performance. The model provides concentration distribution of different components in liquid phase along the height of reactor and in liquid and vapor phases in the desorber. Also the effects of key parameters on the performance of wastewater treatment process have been examined. The result of this work shows that an increasing of inlet temperature of wastewater and steam flow rate improves the urea and ammonia removal efficiency.<\div>
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