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 EPE  Vol.3 No.2 , May 2011
Investigation on Numerical Modeling of Water Vapour Condensation from a Flue Gas with High COR2R Content
Abstract: In this paper, condensation of water vapor from a mixture of COR2R/HR2RO is studied numerically. To simplify the study and focus on the physical model, a simple vertical plate was chosen. Two condensation models are developed and numerical approach is considered to implement these models. The main objective in the cur-rent paper was to study the capability of numerical modeling in prediction of complex process. Results showed that developed condensation models in combination with numerical approach can predict the trends in condensation behavior of binary mixture very well. Results from this study can be developed further to be used in design of condensers which are suitable for oxy-fuel power plants.
Cite this paper: nullH. Nabati, "Investigation on Numerical Modeling of Water Vapour Condensation from a Flue Gas with High COR2R Content," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 3 No. 2, 2011, pp. 181-189. doi: 10.4236/epe.2011.32023.
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