2006 Zardi UCSA 7091379 Urea Process

A urea process according a treatment with carbon dioxide as a stripper agent  to obtain a first flow comprising carbon dioxide and ammonia in vapour phase and a flow comprising urea and residual carbamate in aqueous solution. The formed first gaseous flow is partly sent to the high-pressure carbamate condenser and the high-pressure reactor.


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