SPE Online Education
Design of Gas Scrubbers, How to Design Well-Functioning Gas Scrubbers
Recorded On: 11/19/2020
This webinar will show how to successfully design gas scrubbers for use in different applications. The webinar will present sound engineering practices and our experiences when it comes to gas scrubber design. It will show empirical data from low and high pressure testing as well as good applications for the different type of internals that can be used in gas scrubbers. The webinar will focus on the basic understanding of scrubbers and show examples of different scrubber types.
This webinar is categorized under the Projects, Facilities, and Construction technical discipline.
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Technology Manager, Schlumberger
Mr. Carlson holds a master degree from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology from 2009. He has been working as a process engineer in Cameron and later Schlumberger specializing on separation since 2009. He has been responsible for testing and development of the axial flow cyclone. Further he has been involved in multiple separation projects covering. Today he is Technology Manager within Schlumberger with responsibility for the Norwegian Office that is responsible for the design of separators and scrubbers within Schlumberger Valves and process system.
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