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University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

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Chattanooga (Tenn.)

Abstract

This project describes the computational work completed to answer the question, to what degree are the model factor approximations for a finite element adsorption model driving simulated results, and which constructions require the least amount of experimental work to adequately predict water harvesting capabilities of micro-porous adsorbents?

The adsorption model factors investigated are micro-porosities, macro porosities, adsorbed vapor density, vapor density(t), velocity gradient permeability, mass transfer resistance for adsorption, intra-particle gas diffusivity, vapor adsorption capacity, effective thermal conductivities, isosteric heat of adsorption, activation energies for adsorption and desorption, adsorbed vapor specific heat, vapor heat capacity, adsorption equilibrium density, adsorption isotherm, and adsorption saturation pressure.

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English

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Adsorption Modeling: Governing Equation Construction of Micro-fluidic Dynamics

This project describes the computational work completed to answer the question, to what degree are the model factor approximations for a finite element adsorption model driving simulated results, and which constructions require the least amount of experimental work to adequately predict water harvesting capabilities of micro-porous adsorbents?

The adsorption model factors investigated are micro-porosities, macro porosities, adsorbed vapor density, vapor density(t), velocity gradient permeability, mass transfer resistance for adsorption, intra-particle gas diffusivity, vapor adsorption capacity, effective thermal conductivities, isosteric heat of adsorption, activation energies for adsorption and desorption, adsorbed vapor specific heat, vapor heat capacity, adsorption equilibrium density, adsorption isotherm, and adsorption saturation pressure.