Name Index

This index includes names of authors, packings, computer simulators, and the like. The most significant page references appear in boldface type.

AlChE tray efficiency, 372-376, 382,

388, 389, 396 Akashah et al. optimum feed, 118, 119 Albright random cells, 542 AMSYM program, 171, 192 ASPEN system, 163 ASPENPlus system, 163, 177, 179, 187, 192

638-641, 656-661 Ballast® saddle, 426, 500, 596, 597, 641 Barker and Self eddy diflusivity, 373-375

Bell and Solari tray channeling, 387 Bennett et al. pressure drop, 317, 318, 373

Berl saddle, 423, 424, 500, 530 Bialecki rings, 484, 486 Billet structured packing flood, 488, 490 Billet and Schultes packing: flood, 482-488, 491, 529, 565 HETP, 532

loading point, 484-487, 507 transition from vapor to liquid continuous, 470, 495, 497 Bolles:

downcomer aeration factor, 287, 352 downcomer residence time, 290 valve tray weeping, 304-307 valve tray pressure drop, 310 weir constriction factor, 315 Bolles and Fair: packing data analysis, 481, 494, 529 packing efficiency, 532 Borahutter and Mersmann packing efficiency, 532 Boston inside-out method, 172-177, 198 Bravo, et al. rfructured packing pressure drop, 447, 499, 500 Bravo Fair et al. mass transfer: random packing, 528-530 structured packings, 474, 529, 531, 532 Brown-Martin method, 109 Bryoden method, 161, 162, 175, 176, 179

Cascade* Mini-Ring, 427, 428, 432, 435, 484, 500, 514, 515, 604-608, 663, 664 turbo, 427

Chan and Fair tray efficiency, 372-376,

382, 388, 396 Chan and Prince dump point, 308, 309, 358

CHEMCAD, 169 CHEMDIST, 170

Chempak®, 427, 429, 500, 616, 645, 665 Chemstation, 180 Chien's minimum reflux, 103, 104 Chien's minimum stages, 105 CMR* (see Cascade* Mini-Ring) Colburn: minimum reflux, 110 entrainment-efficiency, 370-372 Colwell's clear liquid height, 303, 304,

319, 320, 358, 359 Colwell and O'Bara's weep, 303, 359 COPE system, 170 Cox chart, 8,9

Dalton's law, 6

Dhulesia regime transition, 333 Din Pah* packing, 438 Distill-R program, 169 DISTPACK system, 181 Dolan, Hausch, and Petschauer flood,

488, 491 Douglas:

extension of the Jafarey et al. equation, 126 relative volatility inequality, 107 (See oiso Jafarey) Drickamer and Bradford efficiency, 376 DYFLOW system, 183

Eckert Generalized Pressure Drop Correlation (GPDC), 479-481, 488, 491, 493-487, 601-506, 586 Eckert HETP interpolation, 536, 663 Edujjee reflux-stages, 116, 117, 382 ENV1PAC® packing, 438 Erbar and Maddox: downcomer residence time, 290 reflux-stages, 114, 116, 117 Ergun's pressure drop, 501 Euroform® packing, 453, 487

Fair correlations: entrainment, 297, 298, 349, 355 flood, 278, 279, 283, 347, 348, 354 pressure drop, 313, 350, 356 weep point, 302, 304, 307, 357, 358

Fair and Bravo flood plot, 488, 489 Fair et al.: down comer aeration factor, 287, 351, 360

load point, 507 Fenske equation: column, 72, 106, 107, 114, 380 feed, 102, 118, 119 nonkeys, 78,107 Fenske-Underwood-Gilliland, 98, 114,

117, 192, 382 Flexeramic®, 452, 455, 628, 629, 648 Flexigrid®, 463, 465-467, 636, 637, 650 Fleximax®, 430

648, 678-681 Flexiring®, 427, 500, 589-595, 638-641, 656-661

Flexisaddle®, 425, 426, 596-599, 641, 642 FLOWTRAN astern, 104, 156, 163 Foss and Gerster liquid resistance, 373 FraChem program, 169, 187, 192 Francis weir formula, 315, 318, 319, 328, 333-336

Frank HETP rules of thumb, 533, 534 FR1 sampling technique, 556-558 Froude number, 303, 319, 501, 528

Galileo number, 483, 507, 514 Gasplant-Plus program, 192 Gempak®, 446, 448, 450, 453, 487,

629-632, 648, 649, 682-685 Gempak® 4BG (wire mesh), 444, 450 Gilliland reflux-stages, 114, 115, 117 Glitsch:

downcomer aeration factor, 287, 352 downcomer velocity, 288 minimum wetting, 514, 515 Glitsch Grid®, 463-^65, 500, 635, 636, 650

Goldstein-Stanfield method, 166, 16B-171

Goodloe® packing, 443, 444, 676, 677 Grid-Ring Combination® (GRC®), 469

Hackette® (see Jaeger Tri-Packs®) Harrison and France HETP rules, 533, 534

HcKp®, 428, 430, 614, 615, 645 Hengstebeck diagram, 64, 67-71, 76

(See also x-y diagram in Subject Index) Hi flow® ring, 430-432, 435, 484, 486,

610-613, 645, 665, 668 Hiflow® saddle, 438 Hofhuis and Zuiderweg clear liquid height, 320, 333, 349, 355 HOMDIS program, 187 Hsieh and McNulty weep rate, 302-304, 307, 308, 358, 359

Hughmark and O'Connel hydraulic gradient, 315, 316 Hy-Pak®, 427, 440, 500, 615, 600-602,

642, 643, 661 Hyperfil®, 444, 500, 515 HYSIM program, 179, 192

IMPAC®, 433, 434, 621, 646 Impulse®, packing, 453, 487 IMSL, 152, 159

IMTP® (see Intalox® Metal Tower

Packing) Intalox®: grid, 463

High Performance Structured Packing, 446, 451, 454, 491, 633, 634, 649, 650, 686, 687 High Performance Wire Gauze

Packing, 444 Metal Tower Packing, 427, 428, 600, 516, 538-536, 548, 572, «02-604, 643, 644, 661-663 saddles, 423-425, 427, 485, 500, 533,

535, 597-599, 642, 666, 667 Snowflake® packing, 431, 434, 620, 646

Interpack* packing, 436 Ishii-Otto method, 166, 171

617, 618, 646, 665 Jafarey, Douglas, McAvoy's control equation, 126-129 Jenny limiting composition, 66 Jeronimo and Sawistowski, 279, 297, 320 Johnson and Fair regime transition, 332

K-PAC®, 427, 600-602, 642, 643 Ketchum method, 181-183 Kirkbridge optimum feed, 118, 119 Kister and Gill: maximum operational capacity (MOC), 492, 567

packing data analysis, 481, 492, 495 packing flood, 481, 482, 491, 492, 562, 565, 572

structured packing pressure drop, 496, 497, 586 Kister and Haas: clear liquid height, 279, 297, 326, 345, 347

entrapment, 296, 297 entrainment flood, 279-282, 338, 344-347, 354 Klein valve tray pressure drop, 310-314 Koch:

downcomer velocity, 288, 28», 346, 354

Koshy and Rukovena lambda theory,

516, 517, 526 Krishna et ai. diffusional interaction, 397, 398

Kunesh et al. zone-stage model, 546-548

LANPAC®, 432, 434, 621, 646 Leasing ring, 423, 424 Leva packing pressure drop equation, 497

Levapak®, 427, 500, 616, 645, 665 Lewis tray efficiency cases, 371, 373 Lewis-Matheson method, 145, 146, 153 UNPACK, 159

Liebson et al. dry pressure drop, 310,

317, 350, 358 Lockett and Banik weep rate, 302-304, 308, 359

Lockett et al. stagnant region model

HETP, 534

minimum wetting, 514, 569

MacDougall packing data analysis, 481,

489, 494, 529 MacFarland, Sigmund and Van Winkle efficiency, 378 Mackowiak packing flood, 488 Marangoni effect, 323, 392, 393 Marangoni index, 392, 393 Maspac®, 437

650, 688, 690 MAXPLUS, 170 Maxwell-Stefan diffusion, 397 McCabe-Thiele diagram (See also x-y diagram I, 28, 31, 34, 37, 41-44, 51, 52, 59, 79, 81, 223-225, 228-230, 245-247, 251, 252, 401-405, 537-540

623-625, 647, 648, 678-681 Mersmann and Deixler holdup, 511 Mersmann packing flood, 488 Molokanov reflux-stages, 116 Montz®:

B (sheet) packing, 446, 447, 450, 451, 453, 487, 490, 632, 633, 649, 688, 689

BSH (expanded metal), 451, 452 Moore and Bukovena maldistribution,

548, 549, 556 MULTIFRAC, 177, 179 Munters® packing, 453 Murphree tray efficiency, 51, 52, 143, 144,185, 186, 366, 367, 370-373, 376, 394-399

Naphtali-Sandhol m method, 166-169,

181-183, 185—189 Newton and Newton-Raphson methods: Newton-Raphson method, 149,

157-161,162-164, 166-169,178, 182,183, 184, 196, 197 quasi-Newton methods, 160, 161, 176, 179

2N Netwon methods, 144, 163-165, 166, 167, 172, 180, 193, 197, 200, 201

2N Newton-Raphson method, 164-165

620, 646, 669 Novalox® saddles, 425, 426 NSW rings (see NOR Pac*) Nutter rings 428, 429, 500, 609, 610,

644, 664 Nutter:

downcomer velocity, 288, 289

O'ConneU efficiency plot, 376-379, 400

Oldershaw column, 407,408

Onda et al. packing mass transfer, 528,

530, 532

Pall® ring, 422-430, 439, 440, 484, 486, 500, 513, 528, 530, 533-535, 548, 554, 559, 561, 571, 573, 589-595, 638-641, 656-661, 665, 668 PD + Plus, 179 Peclet number, 373

Pinczewski and Fell regime transition, 332

Ponchon-Savarit diagram, 28 Ponter underwetting theory, 516, 517 Porter rivulet model, 542 Porter and Jenkins: packing HETP, 532-534 regime transition, 332 Poynting factor, 7 Prado and Fair tray efficiency, 375 PRO/II, 169,170,180

RADFRAC, 177

Raschig ring, 422-424, 426, 434, 440,

484, 486, 530 RATEFRAC program, 192 Rayleigh equation, 216, 220 Reynolds number, 316, 317, 483, 500,

507, 528, 531 Rice extension of Smith-Brinkley method, 120 Robbins: interpolation, 503, 504, 506

Robbins (Con/.): packing pressure drop, 497-499, 505, 506

Rombopak®, 452

Russell Inside-Out method, 177-179, 198

Schmidt minimum wetting, 513, 514 Schmidt number, 528, 531 Sherwood-Eckert generalized pressure drop correlation (GPDC), 479-481, 488, 493, 504^506 Sherwood number, 529, 531 Shiras et al. distributed components, 110

Smith-Brinkley method, 119-123 Smith et al. flood, 279, 280, 283, 348, 355

Smoker method, 123-126, 192 Snap-Grid®, 466-467, 637, 650 Souders and Brown; constant, 276 equation, 276, 480 Spiegel and Meier: flood, Mellapak®, 488, 490 mass transfer, 474, 532 ST-100 packing, 444 Standart efficiencies, 365 Stichlmair et al.: packing maldistribution, 547 packing pressure drop model, 501 Strigle:

GPDC plot, 493, 494, 501, 588-637 HETP rules of thumb, 533-536, 572 packing data analysis, 494, 495 packing factors, 506, 589-650

Strigle (Cont.): pressure drop, high pressure, 508, 509, 567

Super Intalox» saddle, 425, 426, 500,

596-600, 641, 643 Super Levapak® iS-LVK»), 438 Super Torus® saddle, 438 Sulzer* Wire Gauze Packing, 441-447, 450, 461, 488, 489, 500, 529, 532, 622, 646, 647, 673-676

Taylor method, 189-192 Tellerette® packing, 437, 485, 500 Thiele-Geddes method, 145, 146, 153 Thomas algorithm, 151, 152, 159 Thorogood tray maldistribution model, 386

Tomich method, 163-165, 167, 168, 187 Top-Pak® (see Jaeger Tri-Packs®) TSWEET program, 171, 192

Underwood minimum reflux, 108-114,

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    How are structured packings named?
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