Characteristic packing data

Dimensions (inch) Poro- dh=hydrau- Gas flow

Packing Thick- Number Surface sity lie. diam. entry tower

Coke

-

3

-

-

49

0.50

0.041

8.3

0.54-0.96

-

1-2

-

-

115

0.40

0.014

1.7

0.26

II

-

1

-

-

131

0.45

0.014

1.7

0.15-0.26

Broken stone

-

2

-

-

62.5

0.46

0.029

4.9

0.51-0.60

ii

*

1/2-1/4

-

-

144

0.40

0.011

1.15

0.13

Grids:

H

1

1

1/4

-

98.5

0.75

0.019

2.65

1.5-2.4

"

1

2

1/4

-

88.5

0.75

0.019

2.65

1.7-2.5

Jagged grids:

4

4

1/2

19.5

0.89

0.089

26.5

2.4-3.6

H

2

2

3/8

-

42.5

0.83

0.041

8.4

2.1-3.3

H

1 1/2

1 1/2

3/16

-

54.0

0.89

0.033

6.1

2.1-3.0

Stacked

Raschig rings: Stoneware

4

4

3/8

950

62.5

0.73

0.047

10.2

1.6-2.4

3

3

3/8

2300

82

0.66

0.032

5.7

1.1-1.5

3

3

1/4

2300

82

0.76

0.037

7.1

1.7

<1

2

2

1/4

7400

118

0.67

0.023

3.5

0.86

H

2

2

3/16

7400

118

0.72

0.024

3.7

0.89

Metal

2

2

1/16

6180

98.5

0.92

0.037

7.1

0.72-0.90

n

1

1

1/16

47600

194

0.86

0.018

2.4

0.57-0.69

ii

1/2

1/2

1/32

370000

377

0.87

0.009

0.85

0.3

Random

packings of Raschig rings: Stoneware

3

3

3/8

1810

65.5

0.72

0.044

9.2

0.67-1.2

H

2

2

1/4

5820

92

0.74

0.032

5.7

0.54-0.86

II

2

2

3/16

6000

95

0.79

0.033

6.0

0.63-0.93

Dimensions (inch)

Poro

dh=hydrau-

Gas flow

Packing

Thick

Number

Surface

sity

lic. diam

entry tower

Diam.

Height

ness

permß

m2/m3

(-)

(m)

103dh3/2 (m/s)

H

1 1/2

1 1/2

3/16

14100

125

0.73

0.023

3.5

0.51-0.81

N

1

1

3/32

46000

184

0.80

0.017

2.2

0.42-0.60

II

3/4

3/4

3/32

106000

236

0.74

0.013

1.5

-

H

1/2

1/2

1/16

370000

377

0.73

0.008

0.72

0.19

Berl-saddles:

Stoneware

1/2

-

-

528000

460

0.65

0.0057

0.43

H

1

-

-

81000

258

0.69

0.0107

1.10

not

H

1 1/2

-

-

22900

165

0.72

0.017

2.21

indicated

M

2

-

-

8000

120

0.72

0.024

3.72

Partly after G.A. Morris and J. Jackson, Absorption Towers, 1953.

Partly after G.A. Morris and J. Jackson, Absorption Towers, 1953.

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