1965 Cook CCC 3200148 Urea Process carbamate compressor

This invention by Cook and Ivo Mavrovic describes the recycle of ammonia and carbon dioxide gas mixtures by means of an adiabatic axial or centrifugal compressor. The resulting gas stream has a high temperature and is quenched by means of liquid ammonia or gaseous carbon dioxide.


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