Example_No_10 - Example No 10: Modeling Hirerachy Component...

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Example No 10: Modeling Hirerachy Component A is reacted to produce component B in a CSTR. The chemical reaction in the CSTR occurs according to the following relation B A at a rate of A A kC r kgmol /m 3 .s where   RT E exp k k a o The feed stream is fed into the CSTR at a rate of F in (m 3 /s) and initial Concentration of C in (kgmol/m 3 ). The outlet from the CSTR is at a rate of F out (m3/s). For situation where heating is required by flowing heating medium through a jacket, the heating fluid is fed at a rate of F Jacket . Level 1: i. Constant physical properties ( C p , , , etc) ii. Constant temperature iii. Constant reaction rate iv. rxn feed T T Figure 1.
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Overall mass balance system leaving mass of rate system within generated mass of rate system entering mass of rate system in mass of on accumulati overall mass balance F F dt d V o o Component mass balance A A Ao o A Vr FC C F dt dC V A
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2010 for the course ENGINEERIN Advance Pr taught by Professor - during the Spring '10 term at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.

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Example_No_10 - Example No 10: Modeling Hirerachy Component...

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