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09-29-10 - water Example: A gas that contains 33.3% 1/27/11...

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1/27/11 Purging Removing of part of a recycle stream to avoid _____________________________ If it enters with reactants and/or is generated by a reaction, it _________________________ ______________
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1/27/11 Combustion Rapid reaction of a fuel with oxygen Useful due to ______________________ _____________________ When a fuel is burned, the C forms CO or CO2, H forms H20, and S forms SO2 When CO is formed rather than CO2, this is referred to as
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1/27/11 Combustion Air is the source of most oxygen for industrial combustion reactions ______________________ – mole fractions of a gas that contains water _______________________ – mole fractions of the same gas without the
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Unformatted text preview: water Example: A gas that contains 33.3% 1/27/11 Combustion Most industrial combustions are done with excess air since it is usually much cheaper than the fuel that is being burned __________________ amount of O2 needed for complete combustion of all fuel fed to a reactor __________________ quantity of air that 1/27/11 Combustion Ethane is burned with 50% excess air. The percentage conversion of ethane is 90%; of the ethane burned, 25% reacts to form CO and the balance reacts to form CO2. Calculate the molar composition of the stack gas on a dry basis and the mole ratio of water to dry stack gas....
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2011 for the course CHE 2171 taught by Professor Wetzel during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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09-29-10 - water Example: A gas that contains 33.3% 1/27/11...

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