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A. Ghadiri , H. Heydari ,
Volume 18, Issue 2 (International Journal of Engineering 2007)
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 Abstract: Local flux may be distorted in many regions of core, although total flux is usually sinusoidal. When attempting to predict the loss distribution in materials operating under localized distorted flux conditions, which occur in machines and transformer cores, it is essential that proper account of the waveform be taken. Moreover for development of new magnetic materials and generation of better magnetic sheets, it is necessary to implement detailed measurement for their property specifications. One of these property specifications is loss under distorted flux conditions. A high precision Single Sheet Tester (SST) was implemented in which the specification of the sample sheet will be measured by software processing of B and H. The finite element method was used for the magnetic field study. The field distribution was calculated inside and outside the sample, in which way the error was obtained. By different section of the winding in exciting coil the field uniformity was improved and finally the implemented system shows error less than 0.6% in measurement of hysterics loss of magnetic sheets. Loss due to distorted flux was measured for different harmonics and in distinct amplitudes and phases. A range of non-oriented and grain oriented materials were tested under distorted flux waveform condition. For non-oriented sheets loss measured about 10% by applying 15% third harmonic to exciting waveform, while this value was about 25% for many of grain oriented sheets. Moreover, based on implemented measurements, harmonic phase affects on loss and makes about 22% error in loss prediction for non-oriented sheets.

 


H.r. Khakdaman, M. Abedinzadegan Abdi, H.a. Ghadirian, A.t. Zoghi,
Volume 19, Issue 3 (International Journal of Engineering 2008)
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Abstract: The use of mixed amine system in gas treating processes is increasing today. For natural gas sweetening purposes, mixed amines are typically mixtures of MDEA and DEA or MEA that enhance CO2 removal while retaining desirable characteristics of MDEA such as reduced corrosion problems and low heats of reaction. In this work, a process simulator was used to predict the performance of an Iranian gas sweetening plant with a sour gas feed containing 6.41% CO2 and 3.85% H2S on molar basis. Various mixtures of diethanolamine (DEA) and Methyl diethanolamine (MDEA) were used to investigate the potential for an increase in plant capacity. It was noticed that the process simulator is quite capable in predicting the existing plant performance and can potentially guide in selecting the optimum blend composition. It was also noticed that a substantial increase in plant capacity is quite possible by just adding MDEA to the existing solvent and keeping the solvent flow rate and stripper reboiler heat duty. In another word, it is possible to increase the plant capacity from 293 to 357 MMSCFD using a mixed amine system.

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