The overall influence of tunnels on the flue gas flow in a steam methane reformer has been modeled and documented, and the concept that running a reformer without tunnels can decrease overall efficiency is well understood in the industry.
The study detailed in this webinar focuses on the effects of operating a reformer after removing just a single tunnel, leaving the rest in place. The resultant flue gas flow field is analyzed by looking at temperature profiles, residence time distribution, areas of re-circulation, and predictive conversion effectiveness.
In this 30-minute webinar, Jeff Bolebruch, Blasch’s VP of Sales, discusses the Blasch modeling methods and findings that show the significant efficiency and improved financial impacts.
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