Re: [Distillers] Column pressure
- Without a drawing or sketch it is almost "Hit or Miss" situation with the answer. If you want an intelligent answer please post a drawing.
Re-reading your post I might think you are building a closed system subject of internal pressure applied against this "liquid pool"...
project880 <project880@...> wrote:
Now i am building a larger system and the reflux head will be different so the vapor will be condensed to a small pool at the bottom and then lead back to the column top through a special pipe. Then we are coming to the point. I am not sure that it will be possible to have the head vented, resulting in possible pressure in the top of the column. The question is: On which way does that affect the vapor temperature for the pure ethanol? Does i have to calculate the vapor temp in relation to the pressure reading from a
gauge, if any, to know which purity i am working with at the top?
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>I am not sure that it will be possible to have the head vented,
resulting in possible pressure in the top of the column.
jeez. hope you don't live next door to me. ka-boom.