Ahamd Reza Gharibi, Arezoo Khosravi, Farshad Farahbod
Many natural gases are produced from wells containing hydrogen sulphide, sulphur compounds and carbon dioxide. Perry and Chilton, et al, 1999 these gases are treated prior to sale or entry to a process plant. A gas which has high concentration of sulphur compounds is called 'Sour' gas. Many different processes are used to treat raw natural gas to pipeline quality. Sulfur is commonly present as an impurity in fossil fuels. The sulfur compounds can threat the pipe lines and all of the devices, severely. In addition, the mechanism of sulfur absorption by nano fluid in a packed bed under the magnetic field is considered, in this study. The experimental and theoretical investigation is done to obtain the outlet amount of sulfur in gas stream. Results show, the amounts of hydrogen sulfide catch from branch line defined the process performance. Inlet sour gas contains 3.4 ppm H2S, temperature of 33 C is fed into the packed bed with 20m3/m3, 30m3/m3 and 40m3/m3 porosity and also, magnetic field occurred with current of one Ampere.
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