Determine the adiabatic flame temperature of the

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Unformatted text preview: ess than 0.1 percent. Determine the percent theoretical air required for the combustion of octane at 5 atm such that the reactant and product temperatures are 298 K and 2000 K, respectively. Determine the heat transfer per kmol of octane for this process if the combustion occurs in a steady-flow combustion chamber. Plot the percent theoretical air required for 0.1 percent CO in the products as a function of product pressures between 100 and 2300 kPa. 1699 1698 1697 1684 A mixture of 2 mol of H2O and 3 mol of O2 is heated to 3600 K at a pressure of 8 atm. Determine the equilibrium composition of the mixture, assuming that only H2O, OH, O2, and H2 are present. 1685 A mixture of 3 mol of CO2 and 3 mol of O2 is heated to 3400 K at a pressure of 2 atm. Determine the equilibrium composition of the mixture, assuming that only CO2, CO, O2, and O are present. Answers: 1.313CO2, 1.687CO, 3.187O2, 1.314O 1686 Reconsider Prob. 1685. Using EES (or other) software, study the effect of pressure on the equilibrium composition by varying pres...
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