ven1401008 - 1 VEN 140 -Spring 2010 Distilled Beverage...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 VEN 140 -Spring 2010 Distilled Beverage Technology Binary Batch Distillation Roger Boulton 3154 RMI North rbboulton@ucdavis.edu Outline Batch Distillation Analysis Usually used in the double distillation mode Basis of the most complex and distinctive products: Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Irish Whisky Cognac, Tequila, Rum and Gin Rayleighs Equation Batchdist.xls 2 The Rayleigh Equation Let a small, differential quantity of vapor, dV, of composition y, be removed by vaporization of a differential quantity of liquid, dL. The change in quantity of the liquid as a result of removal of the dV amount of vapor is dL(negative since it is a loss). So, dV = -dL V, Vapor L, Liquid dV- dL 3 The quantity of a volatile component removed in the differentialquantity of vapor, dV, is equal to the decrease in amount of the volatile component in the equilibrium liquid. (At any point in time, the quantity of volatile component in the liquid is L*X) The loss of the volatile component from the liquid, - d(L*X) can be related to the amount of volatile in the vapor dV, whose composition is y:...
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