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Homework-1-Spring-2010

Homework-1-Spring-2010 - 2 Fogler 1.6 – Reactor volume of...

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CHEN 4330 – Spring 2010 Homework Assignment - 1 Due: 9am, Monday January 25 th , 2010 Please show your work – even when using a computer! Note: All problems come from Fogler “Elements of Reaction Engineering” 4 th ed. Problems: 1. Fogler 1.2 – Best questions and important lessons from chapter 1.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Fogler 1.6 – Reactor volume of CSTR for example 1-1. 3. Fogler 1.7 – Time to convert 99% of A for example 1-1. 4. Fogler 1.8 – Design equation assumptions. 5. Fogler 1.11 – The Penicillium chrysogenum reactor. 6. Fogler 1.15 – CSTR and PFR reactor volumes given various rate laws....
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  • Spring '08
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  • 99%, CSTR, PFR reactor volumes, Penicillium chrysogenum reactor, Design equation assumptions, various rate laws

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