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August 10, 2017 Eliminating Fouling Reboilers in Continuous and Batch Distillation

Continuous Distillation with a Fouling Reboiler A large chemical plant operates a fouling reboiler with forced circulation on a distillation column. When allowing boiling in the tubes, the operation suffers from severe fouling of the exchanger. Suppressing the evaporation in the tubes by installing a throttle plate in the reboiler outlet did not inhibit fouling.  The […]

August 5, 2017 Biogas Production from Dairy Cattle Manure

In 2007, COSTELLO provided engineering services to the Microgy biogas plant in Stephenville, Texas. This plant was the largest plant in the United States to produce pipeline grade biomethane from dairy cow manure. The Microgy plant converted dairy cow manure and other organic matter into biogas using an anaerobic process. The biogas produced was treated and […]

July 27, 2017 Ferrofluids as Catalysts in the Process Industries

This document connects three research subjects concerning ferrofluids, i.e. the synthesis and use of catalytic magnetic colloids, process intensification and ferrofluids in general. Ferrofluids are nano particles of magnetite suspended in an aqueous or oily based substrate. They are made from a mixture of FeCl2, FeCl3 and water. Co-precipitation occurs with the addition of ammonia gas or […]


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