Accession Number : AD0765871

Title :   Mathematical Models for Optimizing the Process of Separation of Multicomponent Salt Systems,

Corporate Author : ARMY FOREIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER CHARLOTTESVILLE VA

Personal Author(s) : Varlamov,M. L. ; Manakin,G. A. ; Krichevskaya,E. L. ; Kaganskii,I. M. ; Romanets,A. S.

Report Date : 03 JAN 1973

Pagination or Media Count : 11

Abstract : Separation of multicomponent salt systems is one of the important problems of the chemical industry, metallurgy and other adjacent fields. When developing an automatic control system for this type of production it is necessary, first of all to solve the optimization problems and define the basic control effects. The translation considers the solution of the indicated problems in the example of one of the new high-tonnage production facilities for obtaining soda products based on nephelines.

Descriptors :   (*SALTS, SEPARATION), SODIUM COMPOUNDS, CRYSTALLIZATION, EVAPORATION, CARBONATES, USSR, SULFATES, CHLORIDES, POTASSIUM COMPOUNDS, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, CHEMICAL INDUSTRY, OPTIMIZATION

Subject Categories : Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Processing

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE