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Bondarenko V.L.,Moscow State Technical University | Losyakov N.P.,Aisblik Company | Vorotyntsev V.B.,Aisblik Company | Mamrenko V.A.,Odessa Academy of Refrigeration | And 2 more authors.
Chemical and Petroleum Engineering | Year: 2010

Experimental data are provided on perfluorocarbon accumulation from atmospheric air in an industrial facility in Ukraine in the process of air treatment in a modern air-fractionating plant with production of krypton-xenon mixture. Comparison of the obtained data with the calculated values supports the proposition put forward by these authors regarding the crucial contribution of adsorption processes to the final outcome of perfluorocarbon accumulation in the end product. One can monitor the process of rise in perfluorocarbon content in the atmospheric air at the site of an industrial facility by determining the variation in perfluorocarbon accumulation in the end product (krypton-xenon mixture). © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. Source


Bondarenko V.L.,Moscow State Technical University | Losyakov N.P.,Aisblik Company | Vorotyntsev V.B.,Aisblik Company | Losyakov I.A.,Aisblik Company | And 3 more authors.
Chemical and Petroleum Engineering | Year: 2012

Experimental data on radon entrapment in the adsorbers of the thorough-purification unit of the krypton- xenon mixture producing plant KhROM-3 are reported. The possibility of monitoring radon content in the atmospheric air in the region of operation of this plant is shown. The radon concentration at two facilities in Ukraine is found to differ significantly. Calculations show that it is possible to remove radon from the primary krypton concentrate (PKC) at the stage of its purification from the combustion products, which will allow one to enhance the effectiveness of radiation safety at the krypton-xenon mixture producing plant. The data derived can be applied to other plants of this type that have an adsorption purification unit. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. Source

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