Homework 02 - Textbook Scan Ch 2

Homework 02 - Textbook Scan Ch 2 - E xercises Luyben, W....

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Luyben, W. L., Plantwide Dynamic Simulators in Chemical Process- ing and Conrrol, Marcel Dekker, New York, 2002. Marquardt, W., Trends in Computer-Aided Modeling, Compuf. Chem. Engng., 20,591 (1996). McMillan, G. K., Modeling and Simulation of Processes, in Instru- ment Engineers Handbook Vol. 2, 3d ed., B. Liptak (ed.), Chilton, Philadelphia, PA, 1995. Perkins, J. D., and R.W.H. Sargent, SPEED-UP: A Computer Pro- gram for Steady-State and Dynamic Simulation and Design of Chemical Processes, in R.S.H. Mah and G. V. Reklaitis (eds.), Selected Topics in Computer-Aided Process Design and Analysis, AIChE Symposium Series, 78,1,1981. Petzold, L. R., A Description of DASSL: A Differential Algebraic Equation Solver, in Scientific Computing, R. Stepleman (ed.), North Holland, Amsterdam, 1983. Russell, T.F.W. and M. M. Denn, Introduction to Chemical Engi- neering Analysis, John Wiley, New York, 1972. Sandler, S. I., Chemical and Engineering Thermodynamics, 3d ed., John Wiley, New York, 1999. Seader, J. D., and E. J. Henley, Separation Process Principles, John Wiley, New York, 1998. Shuler, M. L. and F. Kargi, Bioprocess Engineering, 2d ed., Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2002. I Simulation Software: Internet Websites Advanced Continuam Simulation Language (ACSL), Mitchell and HYSYS, www.aspentech.com. Gauthier Associates Inc., www.mgacom. IMSL, www.vni.com. Aspen Custom Modeler, www.aspentech.com. Mathcad, www.matucad.com. Global Cape Open, www.globalcape-open.org. Mathematics, www.wolfram.com GNU-Octave, www.octave.org MATLAB, www.mathworks.com. gPROMS, www.psenterprise.com. Modelica, www.modelica.org. EXERCISES 2.1 A perfectly stirred, constant-volume tank has two input streams, both consisting of the same Liquid. The temperature and flow rate of each of the streams can vary with time. (a) Derive a dynamic model that will describe tran- sient operation. Make a degrees of freedom analy- sis assuming that both Streams 1 and 2 come from . upstream units (i.e., their flow rates and tempera- tures are known functions of time). (b) Simplify your model, if possible, to one or more
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