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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 16 Distributed Systems: Steady State eal Reactors Ideal Reactors Useful in understanding more complicated odels models Plug Flow Reactor (PFR): A 1D rectangular pipe in which advection dominates (as the name implies): ndamental model for a stream Fundamental model for a stream CSTR: A fundamental model for lakes Mixed Flow Reactor (MFR): A 1D rectangular pipe which both advection and diffusion are in which both advection and diffusion are important Simplify our general equations to write the quations for these two cases! equations for these two cases! hat is What is J ? ux Flux Rate of movement of an extensive quantity g mass heat) per unit area per unit time (e.g., mass, heat) per unit area per unit time e.g., kg/(m 2 .s) A Q ow do we write the equation for a well ixed V J in J out How do we write the equation for a well mixed system in terms of fluxes? That is, given flux (in ) J and flux (out) J ut of an in out elemental volume V, what is the equation for the concentration C? actions dC J A J A reactions in out V J A J A dt Q hat is the flux due to advection? What is the flux due to advection?...
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