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CH364 2006—2007 . TEXT: Levenspiel
WRITTEN PARTIAL REVIEW 111: G Hour SCOPE: CHAPTERS: 9,10,17,18, 21 Time: 55 Minutes
2 May 2007 References Permitted: Mathematica (new job), Excel (blank workbook), calculator, three 8.5” X
l 1” sheets of paper with notes (typed or handwritten on both sides). INSTRUCTIONS 1. Do not mark this exam or open it until “begin wor ” is given. You will have 55 minutes for the examination.
2. Solve the problems in the space provided. Show all work to receive full credit. 3. There are 4 problems on 5 pages in this writ (not including the cover page). Write your name
on the top of each sheet. Answer all questions. (TOTAL WEIGHT: 200 POINTS) DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE Cadet PROBLEM WT. I
A 70 g (60) Given the reversible reaction Ag) <—> R41)Wlth corresponding XAC vs. T plot : Xa vs. T Plot
Ca0=1 moIIL; Time in minutes;
(ra) in moII(L min) o 20 4o 60
T (C) ’] lnuw As well as the following kinetic data: AGiggg : ~1413O AHiggg : —50540@mol
CpA : CpR: 850 cal/(kg K) Tmax=100°C *1 draw : Wag/L a. (15) Calculate the volume required for an iso/thelﬁal run in CSTR for XA = .75, C30 of lmol/L and v0 of 1000 L/min. Flo 0F Ia min mate;
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A(cont) 70 b. (15) Calculate the temperature of the inlet stream in our CSTR conﬁgt‘lration from part a. . Alla iii
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£5 '?_d. (15) How would you calculate whether or noi‘iivqe sho’ulﬁd operate witharecycle stream if N?“ were able to follow the optimal temperature progression curve? Draw the optimal temperature
progression on the Km vs. T curve, the inlet temperature to our reactor is 30 0C. 4 C i m u 6i M as? vii T P m ﬁVLAM/m
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B 60 A packed bed reactor is fed with 800 m3/hr of pure gaseous A (C A0 2 200 mol/mS). The
stoichiometry and rate are given by: A R _r' _ 25CA mol
“ A"1+0.JCA kghr a. (30) How much catalyst is required fog an 80% conversion in a PFR? V; p
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y m “Wm”; 100m\ :5" " b. (30) How much catalyst is required for an 80% conversion in a CSTR? \M XA ,H x 1, (RT) ‘7 (ﬂ (Wu! £1.71; 84A: ;g
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C 70 g. (20) a. What is the Thiele modulus and What three parameters does it take into
consideration? Give a brief description of each parameter and discuss how each effects Thiele Modulus. What is the Wagner Modulus? “a” Thei, M if
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(10) b. What is e fectiveness factor and what does it have to do with Thiele modulus? Cadet PROBLEM WT.
C (cont) 70 c. (20) In the absence of pore diffusion resistance to a particular ﬁrst order gas phase
reaction proceeds as reported below: .1—A’”=110’6 Incl/cm3 cat  s at CA 2 110’5 mol/cni3 at latrn and 400°C 7 What size spherical particle catalyst pellets (De = 110'3 would ensure that pore resistance
effects do not intrude to slow the rate of reaction? it d. (20) In some exothermic reactions it has been reported that in the regime where pore
diffusion effects just begin to intrude the effectiveness factor can be greater than one. Explain
how this can be physically possible? Is it always a goodthing?  l Deg/15m
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