CHBE 2120 Spring 2006 Final Exam

CHBE 2120 Spring 2006 Final Exam - NAME_ CHBE 2120A...

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NAME__________________________ CHBE 2120A Professor Gallivan Final Exam May 4, 2006 For any problem that requires an iterative method, perform two iterations. Use numerical methods that we learned in class to solve the problems. Show all your work. Each of the four problems is worth 25 pts. = = a c b d bc ad A d c b a A 1 1 () 1 = b b abx ax dx d ) ln( ) ln( ) ln( x b a ax b + =
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(1) Consider the mass balance below. The mass flow rate q 1 = 3 kg/s is given, and the other flow rates are related to the masses according to 1 2 2 M q = and 2 2 3 5 M M q + = . Assume there is no mass initially in the system. Use a time step of h = 0.1 s. (A) Set up the dynamic mass balance equations for this system. (B) How would you solve for the steady state values of the system? (C) Solve for the steady state values of the system. M 2 M 1 q 1 q 2 q 3
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