ECM5_09WINTER_Quiz#3Practice

ECM5_09WINTER_Quiz#3Practice - → B takes place at...

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1. Derive the general design equations for the CSTR, batch, and PFR and then specify them for the case of no volume change 20. A string vibrates with time as given in the table below: Data Point (i) Position (x) Time (t) 1 3.2 0 2 -2.5 2.5 3 1.1 5 It is believed that this string vibrates with time according to the equation x = A cos(t) . (a) Determine the value of A that gives the least-squares in the general case of N points using the least-squares method (b) Generalize this formula to the case of N=3 points and expand the summation (c) Calculate the value of A that gives the least squares 3. The reaction A
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Unformatted text preview: → B takes place at constant temperature in a steady-state backmix reactor. The reactor volume was 10 L, and the reactor was operated so that the molar flow rate of A is the feed was 100 mol/h and the molar flow rate of A in the product was 5 mol/h. (a) What was the molar flow rate of B in the product if the molar flow rate of B in the feed was zero? (b) What was the rate of the reaction? (a) Determine a formula for the cross-sectional area A with regards to z. (b) Using the mass balance and the result of part (a) determine the velocity, v Z , of the fluid in the constriction for any position....
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2009 for the course ECM 5 taught by Professor Gates,b during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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ECM5_09WINTER_Quiz#3Practice - → B takes place at...

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