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+ O2 k1 + CO2 + H2O + O2 k1 = 5.5556*108 e-159000/R*T sec-1 k2 = 5.8333*104e-83600/R*Tsec-1 k2 CO2 + H2O 900 K < T < 1200 K R in J/mol K
School: Western Michigan
CHEG 3810 Lab 9 November 10 and 12, 2008 Problem 1: Isobutane expands adiabatically in a turbine from 5000 kPa and 250 C to 500 kPa. The feed rate is 0.7 kmol/sec and the turbine efficiency is 80%. What are the power output of the turbine and the tem
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Continuous Dynamic Steady State De te rm ini sti c Sto c ha sti c Discrete Needs Flowsheet Synthesis Analysis Heat and Material Balances Size and Costing Parameter Optimization Economic Evaluation Structual Optimization Final Flowsheet Proble
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CHEG 381 Lab 10 - November 19 & 24, 2008 As a result of upstream processing, you have 1000 lbmole/hr of a stream with the following composition: N2 iso-butane n-butane 14% 24% 62% The stream is at 120 F and 285 psia. It is desired to produce a nearl
School: Western Michigan
CHEG 3810 Lab 11 December 1 & 3, 2008 The purpose of this lab is to introduce you to two kinetics based reactor models RCSTR and RPLUG and the concept of reaction sets. (I will describe reaction sets in class.) The reactions we will study are given
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Solution of Equations Example Problem P (T ) = 10 B A- C +T Desire to find the temperature (T) that corresponds to a desired pressure, P Method 1 You do the algebra to rearrange the equation: B T= -C A - log( P ) Then substitute for A, B, C, & P
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CHEG 4100 Chemical Reaction Engineering Exam #1 October 8. 2007 The exam is open book and open notes. Please put your name on all work you submit. Also, please use one side of the paper only. It would be helpful if you numbered your answer sheets. Th
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CHEG 1810 Spring 2009 Homework for Lab 10 Very small gas bubbles (e.g. air bubbles less than 1 mm in diameter in water) rising through a liquid are roughly spherical in shape. Set up for solution in Mathcad the following calculations: a) The volume o
School: Western Michigan
CHEG 3810 Lab 9 November 10 and 12, 2008 Problem 1: Isobutane expands adiabatically in a turbine from 5000 kPa and 250 C to 500 kPa. The feed rate is 0.7 kmol/sec and the turbine efficiency is 80%. What are the power output of the turbine and the tem
School: Western Michigan
CHEG 381 Lab 10 - November 19 & 24, 2008 As a result of upstream processing, you have 1000 lbmole/hr of a stream with the following composition: N2 iso-butane n-butane 14% 24% 62% The stream is at 120 F and 285 psia. It is desired to produce a nearl
School: Western Michigan
CHEG 3810 Lab 11 December 1 & 3, 2008 The purpose of this lab is to introduce you to two kinetics based reactor models RCSTR and RPLUG and the concept of reaction sets. (I will describe reaction sets in class.) The reactions we will study are given