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May 15, 2008

Engineering Practice: Designing Steam Stripping Columns for Wastewater

In order to achieve reliable operation for as long as possible, the design of these columns has to be carefully considered

Timothy M. Zygula Flint Hills Resources

In recent years, steam strippers have become integral parts of industrial plant operations. The goal when designing these types of columns is to have reliable operation for as long as possible. This article details the methodology used when designing steam strippers for wastewater service...

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