Unformatted text preview: decay (see Section 10.7) are neglected, the integral form af the packedcata Iystkd design equation can be used to calculate the catalyst weight. Use integral fnrm only for no AP and no catalyst decay. W i s the catalyst weight necessary to reduce the entering molar flow rate of species A. F,,. to a flow rate FA. For some insight into things to come, consider the following example of how one can use the tubular reactor design Equation ( 1  1 I). Exumpk 11 How Large Is it? Consider the liquid pha.re ris  rrrrrls isomerizafion of 3burene cis2butene runs2bu tene which we will write symbolically as 1 A  R The first order (r, = kc,) reaction is carried nut in a rubular reactor in which the volulnezric flow mte, c, IF constanl. 1.e. . I? = E ) , ~ ....
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 Spring '08
 Vanderwal,C
 Vector Space, Catalyst, Mole, Reaction, Kinetics, Force, Chemical reaction, Vector field

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