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Article Dans Une Revue Fluid Phase Equilibria Année : 2010

Acid gases partial pressures above a 50 wt% aqueous methyldiethanolamine solution: Experimental work and modeling

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Aqueous amine solutions are widely used in the industry for acid gas removal. In order to treat natural gas or refinery process streams, an accurate knowledge of solubility data of carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and other sulfur species in aqueous amine solutions is required. In this paper, new equilibrium measurements on 50wt% aqueous methyldiethanolamine solution with CO2 and H2S have been produced. A simple way to correlate the data has been searched and found. First, a model proposed by Posey et al. in 1996, then a Deshmukh-Mather model are used to correlate vapor-liquid equilibria. The Posey et al. model lacks accuracy to represent the experimental data, especially for high loadings. The Deshmukh-Mather model shows good agreement as long as the total loading (H2S + CO2) does not reach 1.0.
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hal-00508536 , version 1 (04-08-2010)

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Moussa Dicko, Christophe Coquelet, Carmen Jarne, Scott Northrop, Dominique Richon. Acid gases partial pressures above a 50 wt% aqueous methyldiethanolamine solution: Experimental work and modeling. Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2010, 289 (2), pp.99-109. ⟨10.1016/j.fluid.2009.11.012⟩. ⟨hal-00508536⟩
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