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PHILADELPHIA, July 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) is proud to announce that its scientific podcast series Distillations has received a New York Festivals Award for Radio Programming & Promotion.
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Distillation column configurations used to separate mixtures containing three or more components into pure product streams have been studied for a long.
Numerous research works on thermally coupled distillation schemes have been conducted to analyze steady-state and dynamic performance, especially for ternary mixtures (Tedder and Rudd, 1978; Triantafyllou and Smith, 1992; Wolff and Skogestad, 1995; Abdul Mutalib and Smith, 1998; Hernandez and Jimenez, 1999; Kim, 2000; Jimenez et al.
The reduced number of works in this field is due to the combinatorial problem of the possible configurations for multi-component separations and, mainly, the lack of experience and knowledge on thermally coupled distillation schemes for four or more components (Bong et al.
Small batches of "eau de vie" (un-aged distilled spirits) distilled from grape varieties set apart specifically for Alambic Brandy distillation, are moved from the giant copper Alambic stills to French Limousin oak barrels for extensive aging.
For "QE," the Distillation Master singled out the most extraordinary and cherished brandies, emphasizing those with the greatest aging potential to determine the Master Blend.
We performed five separate distillations for this fluid, primarily to assess the uncertainty in the temperature data grid.
In an effort to approximate the effect of the substrate on the temperature data grid of the distillation curve, we performed distillations of the 91 AI summer grade gasoline in the presence of wood chips and coarsely chopped carpet.
Fraser's selection of authors for whom he writes "in tribute to their life and art" represents "the distillation of a lifetime's experience of poetry" (v).
At his best, and that is when close readings allow us to observe the distillation process in considerable detail, Fraser facilitates our entrance into a poet's mode of thought, and every student of these poets will benefit from sharing the compelling reading experience of this very well-informed and sensitive critic.