Hydrogen Sulfide Removal From Biogas: Iron Sponge Design Considerations: Vessel Sizing
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Shelford, Timothy; Gooch, Curt
When designing an iron sponge system, the primary concerns are to ensure that: 1) there is adequate contact time for the H2S to react with the ferric oxide, 2) channeling or short-circuiting does not occur, 3) spent media can easily be removed, and 4) the system is large enough to not require overly frequent media changes.
Anaerobic Digestion; Biogas Cleanup; Hydrogen Sulfide