Example_No_5 -    Component B balance Equation Rxn...

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Example No 5: Governing Laws Figure 1. Heat and Mass balance System description 1. The reaction: Reversible reaction Forward rate constant k1 and reverse rate constant k2 B A 2 The forward reaction is 1.5 th order in A and the reverse reaction is 1 st order in B 2. Heat is generataed at the rate of G perunit volume
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Model Equations i. Mass Balance Total Continuity equation system leaving mass system entering mass on accumulati mass of Rate F F dt d V 0 0 Component A balance Equation Rxn in consumed output Rate input Rate A of on accumulati mass of Rate Overall rate of reaction B 2 5 . 1 A 1 C k C k R mole disappearance of A = 2 Moles of Formation of B dt dn dt dn 2 b A B 2 5 . 1 A 1 A 0 A 0 A C Vk C Vk 2 FC C F dt dC V
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Unformatted text preview:    Component B balance Equation Rxn in produced output Rate input Rate B of on accumulati mass of Rate    Overall rate of reaction B 2 5 . 1 A 1 C k C k R   mole disappearance of A = 2 Moles of Formation of B dt dn dt dn 2 b A  B 2 5 . 1 A 1 B B C Vk C Vk 2 FC dt dC V     ii. Heat balance                            generated energy of rate out energy of rate in energy of rate on accumulati energy of rate        G V T C F T C F dt dT C V p p p...
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Example_No_5 -    Component B balance Equation Rxn...

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