HYSYSExercise2Reactor

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Unformatted text preview: HYSYS Exercise 2 Energy balance about an ammonia oxidizer for Aspen HYSYS ver. 2006.5 Example 9.5-1 Felder and Rousseau (Elementary principles of Chemical Processes) 4 NH 3 + 5 O 2 4 NO + 6 H 2 O Reactor 100 mol NH 3 /s 200 mol O 2 /s 25 o C 1 atm Q kJ/s 100% conversion of NH 3 300 o C 1 atm The ammonia is completely consumed. Calculate the energy Q transferred to/from the reactor olution by hand calculation: i=NH 3, O 2 , NO, H 2 O where Heat capacity is often expressed as polynomial Heat of reaction Some questions: What does mean? What are the inlet components? What are the outlet components? What determines whether heat needs to be added or removed for the system as specified? What is the total molar flowrate? Getting started Double click on the desktop icon to launch HYSYS Click on “New Case” Simulation Basis Manager will appear. You will specify the components for your simulation here. Click on “Add” Click on the “Match” box, and type “ammonia” until ammonia is highlighted. Click “Add Pure” to add ammonia in the selected components. Likewise, add “Oxygen” Next, we will try choosing a component from its chemical formula. Click on “Formula” button. Type “h2o ” to highlight H2O (water)....
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