Published January 2005
by Plenum Publishing Corporation .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1582|
Get this from a library! Handoook of chlor-alkali technology. [Thomas O'Brien; Tilak V Bommaraju; Fumio Hine] -- Annotation Foreword: It is surprising that we had to wait so long for a new book that gives a comprehensive treatment of chlor-alkali manufacturing technology. Technologists are largely still. The Handbook of Chlor-Alkali Technology provides comprehensive and concise treatments of all aspects of technology and handling directly related to the products of electrolysis. A long-awaited comprehensive treatment, it covers the field from a history of the industry, through the fundamentals of thermodynamics and electrochemistry, to the. of a chlor-alkali plant perhaps cannot be matched by any other single plant. There is no comprehensive modern treatment of the chlor-alkali manufacturing process. The authors therefore saw a need for a book on the subject, focusing on chlorine and the alkali products File Size: 2MB. This book provides valuable information to engineers and scientists involved in development of chlor-alkali technology and in the design of new plant or upgrading of existing plants. It will be especially valuable to universities as it begins with fundamentals and progresses methodically throu gh each step involved in chlor-alkali production.
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Advanced Chlor-Alkali Technology DOE Award 03EE-2F/ED Project Period – Jerzy Chlistunoff Phone e-mail: [email protected] Los . – Experienced chlor-alkali specialist – Usually member of original commissioning team – Regular visits and contact • Getting the most from your plant – Performance evaluation – Operating and Technicalsupport – Electrolyser maintenance planning • Customer forum every 2 years – Technical and Social content – Highly valued by File Size: 2MB. The chlor-alkali process has come a long way from the days of the diaphragm and mercury cell process to the present membrane cell process, with huge reduction in power consumption and hence its. Chlorine and caustic soda (sodium hydroxide) are two of the most important commodity inorganic chemicals, and together are referred to as chlor-alkali. Chlor-alkali production is an energy-intensive process, with electricity costs typically accounting for 40–50% of operating production costs. Electricity consumption depends on technology used.