In one aspect, embodiments disclosed herein relate to a process for converting methanol to olefins MTO. In another aspect, embodiments disclosed herein relate to an MTO process including separating and recovering ethylene from an MTO reactor effluent. In yet another aspect, embodiments disclosed herein relate to an MTO process including using a hydrocarbon absorbent to separate and recover ethylene from an MTO reactor effluent. In still another aspect, embodiments disclosed herein relate to the separation and recovery of ethylene from an MTO reactor effluent at conditions to avoid substantial formation OfN 2 O 3.
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To highlight the occasion the CEC Board, in conjunction with the International Cryogenic Materials Conference ICMC Board, proposed that a special 1-day anniversary program be scheduled prior to the CEC—ICMC joint meeting in Keystone, Colorado, that would review the advances in cryogenic engineering which had occurred in this distinct but relatively invisible field of engineering during the past 50 years.
Accordingly, a program of 14 papers, covering both the interest of CEC attendees and ICMC attendees, was envisioned to cover the various aspects of cryogenic engineering.
Authors were invited to prepare these review papers, but because of time restrictions the technical program was limited and not all papers were presented orally. As a result, the CEC and ICMC boards recommended that a separate monograph, in addition to the regularly published two volumes of Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, be prepared which would include all of the invited papers.
This monograph is the result of that recommendation. To provide an assessment of the status of cryogenic engineering 50 years ago, a historical summary of cryogenic activity is presented in the first chapter. The purpose is to review the events occurring during the year period prior to as well as to provide a better understanding of the events that took place after With that historical background, the advances in establishing databases for cryogenic fluids and properties of materials, both metallic and nonmetallic, are discussed and their present status evaluated.
The advances in cryogenic fundamentals are then covered, with reviews of cryogenic principles, progress in cryogenic insulation, development of low-loss storage systems for cryogenic fluids, establishment of modern liquefaction processes, modifications occurring in helium cryogenics, and improvements achieved in cryogenic thermometry.
The monograph then reviews several well-established applications resulting from the cryogenic advances noted above. The cryocoolers developed for aerospace missions are many in number and show a steady progress to achieve long-life coolers and cryostats. The actual application of superconductivity is noted in two chapters, one considering low-temperature superconductivity activities and the other considering high-temperature superconductivity activities.
Both are contributing to modern concepts of power transmission and storage, high-power magnets, and v vi Preface sophisticated medical equipment. Cryopreservation of tissues and organs is undergoing considerable change with a better understanding of the effects of cryoprotectants. Obviously, there are other applications that could have been included, but the value of the monograph would have been lost. The preparation of even a monograph requires the assistance of many individuals.
The editors thank the authors for their interest and time required to prepare a review, a process that normally necessitates considerable effort in literature review and evaluation. We also want to thank the many reviewers of the chapters and the constructive comments that were provided.
Finally, we want to recognize the many contributions made by Cynthia Ocken, from the University of Colorado and assistant to one of the editors. Her daily updating of changes made in the chapters over many months and the overall control of the publication process are greatly appreciated and admired.
Background Information 1. Historical Summary of Cryogenic Activity Prior to Radebaugh 3 Part 2. Sources of Cryogenic Data and Information Mohling, W. Hufferd, and E. Marquardt 31 3. Trends and Advances in Cryogenic Materials Reed 52 4. History and Applications of Nonmetallic Materials Hartwig 84 Part 3.
Improvement in Cryogenic Fundamentals over the Past 50 Years 5. Advances in Cryogenic Principles Barron 6. Insulation Progress since the Mids Timmerhaus vii viii Contents 7. Scurlock 8. Castle 9. Advances in Helium Cryogenics Van Sciver Lessons Learned in 50 Years of Cryogenic Thermometry Pavese Part 4. Ross, Jr. Suenaga Freyhardt and E. Hellstrom Baust and J.
Baust Index About the Authors R. He is the author of Cryogenic Systems 1st ed. He is a fellow of ASME.
He has authored or coauthored hundreds of papers, reviews, and patents in cell-tissue cryopreservation, hypothermic organ preservation, tissue engineering, and cancer therapy. He has authored or coauthored many papers, reviews, and patents in the area of low-temperature biology and has been a leader in advancing this field into the molecular biological arena, focusing on the areas of transduction and apoptosis.
He serves on several advisory and editorial boards of several biotech corporations and journals, respectively. He is the immediate Past President of Commission A2 of the International Institute of Refrigeration and has presented many papers at international meetings covering topics on cryogenic process design, selection of air separation plants for specific product demands, and review of advances in cryogenic technology.
Most of his extensive publications relate to his studies on superconductors and semiconductors, including alloys, composites, thin film oxides, and thin film ix x About the Authors high transition temperature alloys.
He has been active in the International Cryogenic Materials Conference. Hartwig is retired from the Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, where he developed a strong program investigating the low-temperature behavior of both polymers and composites. In this area he has published extensively and directed numerous international conferences.
Hellstrom has devoted nearly 20 years to the study of high-temperature superconductors at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. His research interests involve the study of the underlying materials science applicable to the development of wire conductors for high-current and high-field use, focusing on the Bi-based high-temperature superconducting materials and recently on MgB2.
Hufferd has 40 years of experience in structural design and analysis of solidfuel rocket engines. He is the author of many technical reports in this area, with studies on stress and fracture analysis and materials aging and associated service life. He is actively involved in material properties and with development of cryogenic literature databases. Presently, he serves on the boards of the International Cryocooler Conference and the Cryogenic Engineering Conference. He is currently President of TAI, a small business company specializing in technology development and fabricating prototypes of cryogenic and thermal management systems.
He has over a 40 year record in cryogenic thermometry, resulting in many publications, including the text Modern Gas-Based Temperature and Pressure Measurements. He also is a recognized authority in the establishment of recent international low-temperature scales. He has been a leader in cryocooler research and in the development of models for cryogenic properties and processes at temperatures ranging from 10 mK to room temperature. In his work on many space-science and space-cryogenics missions, he has published more than papers, over 50 of which are in the field of cryocoolers and cryogenic instruments.
He is a past chair of the International Cryocooler Conference and has been its Proceedings Editor for the past 12 years. Reed has been heavily involved over the past 40 years in the study of lowtemperature properties of materials, with an extensive publication record. With over 40 years of experience in cryogenic fluid mechanism and heat transfer, he now consults with Kryos Technology.
Results of his work are now standard worldwide in low-loss storage containers and are published in a text of that same title. He was awarded the CEC S. Collins award and is the first individual outside of the US to receive this honor. He has continuously contributed over the past 30 years to the understanding of type A15 and cuprate superconductors and their use in many applications.
His year association with the Cryogenic Engineering Conference has involved many offices, including editor of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering for 25 years. He is the author of over publications in low-temperature physics, liquid helium technology, cryogenic engineering, and magnet technology and is author of the textbook Helium Cryogenics The techniques used to produce cryogenic temperatures differ in several ways from those dealing with conventional refrigeration.
In practice, these two areas often overlap and the boundary between conventional and cryogenic refrigeration is often indistinct. Significant reductions in temperature often have very pronounced effects on the properties of materials and the behavior of systems.
Many cryogenic applications have developed as the refrigeration techniques prior to have improved, although many applications still face stiff competition from ambient temperature phenomena because of the associated refrigeration problems. This review shows how the development of new applications over the past 50 years is closely tied to the advances in cryogenic refrigeration prior to The ability to harness and apply these temperature effects is a unique feature of mankind, and it has contributed to great advances in our civilization.
Mankind has discovered abundant uses for high temperatures, beginning in prehistoric times with the use of fire for warmth, light, and cooking. Later, but still more than 20 centuries ago, mankind learned to forge tools and make crude pottery using heat from fires. As civilization advanced and higher temperatures could be achieved, stronger metals, such as iron, could be forged into tools, and much stronger pottery and china could be produced by the higher temperature firing sintering of clay.
The industrial revolution ushered in 1 Contribution of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, not subject to copyright. Radebaugh the steam engine and the ability to generate tremendous power for efficient manufacturing and transportation.
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June D. It is known that normal hydrogen is a mixture of two gases referred to as ortho hydrogen and para hydrogen, and that the equilibrium concentration of ortho hydrogen and para hydrogen varies with temperature. At temperatures above about F. It is also known that ortho hydrogen conversion is an exothermic reaction, releasing about B. The percentage of liquid hydrogen that is lost by vaporization is a function of the ortho hydrogen composition of the liquid hydrogen at the time ortho hydrogen conversion begins, such as the time liquid hydrogen is introduced into a storage vessel, and a function of the degree of completeness of conversion of ortho hydrogen to para hydrogen, that is, the storage period. Thus it is not practicable to store liquefied normal hydrogen. It has been proposed in the past to accelerate conversion of ortho hydrogen to para hydrogen by the use of a catalyst placed in the liquid receiving zone of a hydrogen liquefier in intimate contact with liquefied hydrogen under atmospheric pressure. With this arrangement, it is possible to produce liquid hydrogen of high para concentration which may be stored at atmospheric pressure without appreciable liquid loss. However, there is no saving in power since the power required to produce a given quantity of liquid hydrogen of high para concentration by catalytic conversion at atmospheric pressure is substantially the same as the power required to produce the same quantity of liquid hydrogen of similar para hydrogen concentration when autogenous ortho hydrogen conversion takes place. It is therefore an object of the present invention to atent provide a novel method of and apparatus for producing liquid hydrogen of high para concentration.
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