Elements of Chemical Reaction ering 4th Ed - H. Scott Fogler 73

Elements of Chemical Reaction ering 4th Ed - H. Scott Fogler 73

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Sec. 2.3 Design Equatio~s br F!ow Reactors 41 reactor volume. e.,a. . the biggert'lonper the reactor, more time it will take the reactant5 to Row conipleteIy through the reactor and thus, the more time to react. Consequently, the conversion X is a Function of reactor volume V. If FA,, is the molar flnw rate of specres A fed to a system operated at steady state. the molar rate at which species A is reacting rr3ithirr the entire system will be F,d. Moles of A fed, Moles of A reacted LF*ol.L.\1= lime Mole of A fed Moles of A reacted '4 = The molar feed rate A ro the system minus the rate of reaction of A within the system eqltnls the moIar flow rate of A leaving the system FA. The preced-
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