Design, construction and modelling of an air cleaning test rig

Detta är en Master-uppsats från KTH/Skolan för kemi, bioteknologi och hälsa (CBH)

Författare: Louise Stjern; [2018]

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Sammanfattning: The cleaning technology for exhaust air is an area under constant development. In collaboration with Ozone Tech Systems the project resulted in a lab scale test rig for air cleaning units. The test rig was designed primarily to investigate the mechanisms of an UV reactor as well as the life times of a hydrogen sulphide absorption bed and an activated carbon bed. The thesis consisted in the design of the system, the acquisition of units and the construction of the system followed by the modelling of the pollutant elimination in the UV reactor. Fluid dynamics of the process flow is neglected, while the light distribution is numerically calculated. Two separate pollutants were considered, one being volatile organic compounds represented by acetaldehyde, and the other being hydrogen sulphide, chosen due to their prevalence in exhausts. An experimental plan is developed to validate the model, find model parameters and finally to investigate process parameters in the UV reactor.

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