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ProSim is making these application examples available to you to demonstrate how our simulation solutions are able to handle the different processes encountered in the chemical industries.

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With ProSim DAC

The example presented below is designed to illustrate the use of ProSim DAC.

VTSA Process - Dichloromethane adsorption on an activated carbon

This example deals with a VTSA process (Vacuum Thermal Swing Adsorption) in which dichloromethane is adsorbed on an activated carbon. The regeneration of the activated carbon is done in two steps:
1. Thermally by a hot nitrogen stream,
2. In vacuum by a low pressure nitrogen stream
 

TSA Process - Dichloromethane adsorption on an activated carbon

This example deals with a TSA process (Thermal Swing Adsorption) in which dichloromethane is adsorbed on an activated carbon. The thermal regeneration of the activated carbon is done by a hot nitrogen stream.

Propane adsorption on an activated carbon

This example deals with a TSA process (Thermal Swing Adsorption) in which propane is adsorbed on an activated carbon. The thermal regeneration of the activated carbon is done by a hot nitrogen stream.