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Block Lecture for TGGS-CPE Schedule 1st Semester 2016

By Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthäus Siebenhofer
Institute of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technology
Graz University of Technology, Austria

Date: October 26-November 5, 2016
TGGS Course: 090415201 Advanced Separation Technology
Location: TGGS Conference Room on 3rd Floor, TGGS Building

For reservation, click HERE for registration form, or contact
Asst. Prof. Dr. Tawiwan Kangsadan at 02-555-2000 Ext.2931, 2917 or 081-819-8074
or Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

BLOCK LECTURE TOPIC: OFF-GAS PURIFICATION

Block Lecture Description
“Off-gas Purification is an integrated lecture. The students learn how to
‐ Specify off-gas purification problems
‐ Identify technologies and technology combinations
‐ how to design equipment for off-gas purification and
‐ how to estimate the purification efficiency.

After having participated the Off-gas Purification class the students will be able to:
‐ Identify and to specify off-gas problems
‐ Select appropriate technologies and technology combinations
‐ Design equipment
‐ Estimate the performance

A textbook will be prepared and provided (pdf-version)
The students will also get the power point presentations.
The students need an appropriate hand calculator

Since this is an integrated class experience recommends the following procedure:
‐ Discussion of basics
‐ Practical class
‐ Exam of the topic the day after
Additional services: Final exam (in case of necessity)


LECTURE CONTENT:

A) Specifications
Particulate and gaseous pollutants, their origin and their physical and chemical properties
Emission-Transmission-Immission; Pollutant dispersion (Gauss Plume Model)

B) Basics
Basics of the gaseous state, humidification, dew points

C) Boundaries
Legislative framework

D) Off-gas purification engineering
Technologies, techniques, design and performance
1) Particulate Pollutants
    ‐ Properties, characterization and classification
    ‐ Driving force and precipitation efficiency
    ‐ Coarse particulate matter;
      o design of a cyclone/multiclone
    ‐ Fine particulate matter
      o Design of electrostatic precipitators
      o Design of filter bag houses
      o Design of venturi scrubbers
2) Gaseous Pollutants
    ‐ SOx, NOx, VOCs
      o Design of scrubbers (absorption equipment)
      o Design of adsorption equipment
      o Design of reactors
      o Design of combustion facilities

 

DAAD Scholarships for your Master's studies at TGGS

RWTH Aachen University is proud to offer a scholarship to support your Master´s studies at TGGS, including a research stay at RWTH Aachen University. This support is financed by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the German Federal Foreign Office.

Scholarships are granted for one academic year. Scholarships will be awarded during the academic year of TGGS beginning August 1, 2016. Monthly stipends are approximately 400 € and will partly cover tuition fees, living expenses and travel.

Students with a Bachelor Degree from South-East-Asian countries (except Thailand) with an excellent academic record are eligible to apply for this scholarship.

 Application deadline: March 31, 2016

 

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