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Supercritical fluid cleaning - McHardy J.

McHardy J., Sawan P.S. Supercritical fluid cleaning - Noyes publications, 1998. - 304 p.
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Polymeric Materials.................................121
Samuel P. Sawan, Yeong-Tarng Shieh, Jan-Hon Su, Gurusamy Manivannan and W. Dale Spall
1.0 BACKGROUND.......................................121
2.0 SORPTION, SWELLING AND DISSOLUTION OF CARBON
DIOXIDE IN POLYMERS AT ELEVATED PRESSURE........124
2.1 Introduction................................ 124
2.2 Experimental Procedure.......................126
2.3 Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Treatment and Testing
Procedures ...................................126
2.4 Results and Discussion.......................128
2.5 Conclusions..................................140
3.0 THERMAL PROPERTIES...............................141
3.1 Introduction................................ 141
3.2 Experimental Procedure...................... 143
3.3 Results and Discussion...................... 143
3.4 Conclusions................................. 149
4.0 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES........................... 150
4.1 Introduction................................ 150
4.2 Experimental Procedure...................... 151
4.3 Results and Discussion.....................151
5.0 CONCLUSIONS....................................158
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS....................................159
REFERENCES ....................................... 160
7 A Survey on the Use of Supercritical Carbon
Dioxide as a Cleaning Solvent.....................162
W. Dale Spall and Kenneth E. Laintz
ABSTRACT ..................................162
1.0 INTRODUCTION..................................163
2.0 EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE........................164
3.0 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION........................166
4.0 TABLES .......................................173
5.0 CONCLUSION....................................193
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS................................... 193
REFERENCES ....................................... 194
8 Precision Cleaning With Supercritical Fluid: A
Case Study........................................195
John E Giles, Jr., and Robert G. Woodwell, Jr.
1.0 INTRODUCTION...................................195
2.0 PRECISION INERTIAL INSTRUMENTS.................197
3.0 ADVANTAGES OF SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS............ 198
4.0 SYSTEM ACQUISITION.............................200
5.0 PROCESS DEVELOPMENT............................205
5.1 Initial Testing............................205
5.2 Results of Initial Testing.................206
5.3 Cleaning of Cracks and Crevices............207
6.0 COMPATIBILITY TESTING..........................208
6.1 General ...................................208
6.2 Epoxies ...................................209
6.3 Thermoplastics.............................209
6.4 Damping Fluid..............................210
6.5 Hardware Compatibility.....................211
7.0 SYSTEM MODIFICATIONS...........................211
8.0 PRODUCTION IMPLEMENTATION......................213
8.1 Bulk Fluid Removal.........................213
8.2 End Housing Cleaning.......................215
9.0 LESSONS LEARNED................................217
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS....................................219
REFERENCES ........................................219
9 Scaleup Considerations...............................220
Max Phelps, Laura J. Silva, and Michael O. Hogan
1.0 INTRODUCTION........................................220
1.1 Pre-Selection Activities......................221
1.2 Scaleup Approach..............................221
2.0 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS.............................222
3.0 DIMENSIONLESS VARIABLES...........................224
4.0 PRINCIPLE OF SIMILARITY...........................227
4.1 Geometrical Similarity........................227
4.2 Mechanical Similarity.........................228
4.3 Thermal Similarity............................229
4.4 Chemical Similarity...........................230
5.0 SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE SYSTEM
SCALEUP ..........................................231
5.1 Experimental Approach.........................231
5.2 Equipment ....................................232
5.3 Coupon Contamination Procedures...............234
5.4 Coupon Cleaning with Gravimetric Analysis.....234
5.5 Results ......................................235
5.6 Discussion of PNL Scaleup Method..............237
6.0 CONCLUSIONS.........................................243
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.........................................244
REFERENCES .............................................244
10 Equipment Cost Considerations and Financial
Analysis of Supercritical Fluid Processing............245
Charles W. Smith and Glen Huse
1.0 COST DRIVERS......................................246
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