Hydrodynamics Modeling of Gas Separator Inertial and Filter Elements for Natural Gas Fine Cleaning

Vsevolod Sklabinskyy, Oleksandr Liaposhchenko, Andrey Logvyn and Mustafa Al-Rammahi

The trends in the development of modern gas separation equipment have been considered. On the basis of computer modeling the optimal size of the device has been obtained. Reasonable choice of a computer and mathematical experiments, as a research method has been shown. The experimental results of the double-circuit dust collector investigations have been represented.

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