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By T. M. Flynn, C. N. Smith (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)

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1971 marked the 1st 12 months due to the fact that 1956 that the once a year Cryogenic Engineering convention used to be no longer held. as a substitute, the Cryogenic Engineering convention gave its complete aid to the XIII overseas Congress of Refrigeration via operating with Commissions I and II of the foreign Institute of Refrigeration to arrange the cryogenic classes for those commissions. all the papers provided on the foreign Congress of Refrigeration may be released by way of the IIR as a part of the court cases of that assembly. although no Cryogenic Engineering convention was once held in 1971, it turned rather obtrusive to the convention Board that there have been enough advances in cryogenic engineering to warrant the book of quantity 17 of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering. quantity 17 offers the advances during this vital box by means of bringing jointly in a single quantity the various major papers which were offered at numerous technical conferences around the nation throughout the latter half 1970 and the 1st a part of 1971. moreover, numerous authoritative evaluation papers were ready via invitation of the Cryogenic Engineering convention Board.

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Table II presents values of the enhancement factor E (defined as the ratio of the actual molar concentration to the ideal molar concentration or PylPs ) that were calculated from these data. P is the total pressure. y the mole fraction of water vapor in the gas and Ps the vapor pressure of water at the temperature of interest. Thus. at high pressure, the assumption of an ideal gas can be greatly in error. especially at low temperatures. It is interesting to note that in a 100-ton-per-day oxygen plant.

6. L. Garwin, Cryogenics and Industrial Gases, 5 (6):23 (1970). 7. D. T. Linnett and K. C. Smith, in: Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, Vol. 15, Plenum Press, New York (1969). 8. P. G. Prater, Cryogenics and Industrial Gases, 5 (5): 15 (1970). 9. C. L. Ritter, Chern. Engr. , 58:61 (1962). 10. J. S. Swearingen, Am. Gas. Journal, 47: 124 (1968). A-4 REMOVAL OF IMPURITIES FROM GASES TO BE PROCESSED AT LOW TEMPERATURES* B. F. Dodget Yale University New Haven, Connecticut INTRODUCTION All gases of industrial importance are mixtures (solutions) of two or more components and the processes with which this paper is concerned have as their objective the separation of one or more of the components in a purified form either as a liquid or a gas.

Due to the heat leak and the effect of pressure on the specific heat. the temperature difference will increase toward the cold end and will. , the mass rates of the high-pressure and lowpressure streams are the same. A way to correct this situation is to create an imbalance in the flows so that heat capacity of the high-pressure gas stream will be less than that of the low-pressure pure gas streams. In the case of regenerators this has been accomplished through bypassing some of the gas around the regenerator or around a part of it and purifying it by some other means.

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