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    radial filter

    According to you, in a radial filter is better that the gas goes from inside to outside (centrifugal direction) or the opposite (centripetal direction)?

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    Re: radial filter

    Inside to outside.

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    Re: radial filter

    In fact in this way, the part of sofnolime which is exhausted last, is the external one, then most abundant, then the decay is more slowed down compared to the contrary. But then why in Megalodon works in reverse, from outside to inside?

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    Re: radial filter

    So that the scrubber is not directly filled with liquid but the liquid goes down to the can?
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    Re: radial filter

    ???

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    Re: radial filter

    I think they meant that on the meg, any water that doen't get caught in the CL and makes it to the can via the loop will drain down the inside of the can, probably avoiding meeting the scrubber at all. It will then get caught in the space at the bottom of the can. (Assuming you have a spacer in the can the water doesn't meet the scubber but accumulates in the bottom. If not, the just the lowest section of your scrubber gets wet and caustic).

    If the gas flow was inside out, then the water would flow into the scrubber and have to move through the scrubber bed to get out to the can and the water trap. This would saturate a good portion of the scrubber and top to bottom too. Spacer or not at the bottom of the can, the water in the can is now caustic.

    I think there are other arguments for the outside in too. I recall something to do with gas velocities and reaction bed depths at differrent phases of the dive.

    Of course, with a full flood it really doesn't matter too much!

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