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Wet Srub Design

Wet Srub Design

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>> Discussions of Acid/Alkaline Wet Scrubber Design Methodology
Acid/Alkaline wet scrubbers applied in earlier chemical industries have been developed and considered as ordinarystrategies to control acid/alkaline contamination in exhaust air stream. Since they were already maturetechnologies, why we have to emphasize its importance here again, particularly in the aspect of design for thisspecific application in semiconductor/optoelectronic industries?The answer to this question was originated from dramatic requirements of contract technical specification due toperpetually environmental concerns; 95% Removal Efficiency for all kinds of acid/alkaline contaminants under specified flows and concentrations. In order to demonstrate and prove their design to be efficient and effective,whoever was granted the contract, functional calculation is demanded, mandatory by submission process in thecontract. However, regardless of who acquires the contract, their calculations and designs all seem to be so
consistent
and constructed in a same methodology that constant doubts arise from this skeptical
routine
amongcustomers, consultants, and main contractors.This fact gives us a cue, as a main contractor, how are we supposed to pull through this?On the other hand, as so called professional vendors of scrubbers, what
s the true story behind the scene?
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In this edition of R&D News, we
ll be focused on discussions of the specific topic related to scrubber design. Itmight give us another point of view to look at this, and come up with another design approach to cope with thegrowingly demanding reality of high removal efficiency imposed on the acid/alkaline scrubbers.
 
>> Preface
 
Preface
According to ITRI
s early studies, results show that the most significant difference between the natures of processexhausts from semiconductor/optoelectronic and those from traditional chemical industries are of their discrepancies in concentration levels of contaminants.Compared to chemical industries, contaminant concentrations in exhaust air stream from semiconductor/optoelectronic industries are much lower.The subject of this edition will be discussing this point to begin with and be exploring the wonder of that
consistentand routine
calculation on theoretical basis.
>> Discussion of Traditional Methodology
 
Discussion of Traditional Methodology
At the beginning, please look into the ordinary methodology and concept we
ve been used to design a packed bedreactor in the past, which determines packing height Lt, by the product of H
OG
and N
OG.
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These equations are actually derived from gas/liquid concept and two-film theory
 
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