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# lecture 3 - Example A flash chamber operating at 50 C and...

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Unformatted text preview: Example A flash chamber operating at 50 C and 200 kPa is separating 1000 kmoles/h of a feed that is 30 M% propane, 10% n-butane, 15% n-pentane, and 45% n-hexane. Find product composition and flow rates. ChE 305 Example 2-2 V= 535.5355 kgmoles/hr y 1 = 0.49739 propane F= 1000 kgmoles/hr y 2 = 0.138655 n-butane T drum = 50 C y 3 = 0.137579 n-pentane z 1 = 0.3 propane P drum = 200 kPa y 4 = 0.22638 n-hexane z 2 = 0.1 n-butane z 3 = 0.15 n-pentane L= 464.4645 kgmoles/hr z 4 = 0.45 n-hexane x 1 = 0.072406 propane x 2 = 0.05543 n-butane constants for a T1 a T2 a T6 a p1 a p2 a p3 x 3 = 0.164322 n-pentane propane-970688.563 7.15059-0.76984 6.90224 x 4 = 0.707838 n-hexane n-butane-1280557 7.94986-0.96455 n-pentane-1524891 7.33129-0.89143 n-hexane-1778901 6.96783-0.84634 Tdrum= 581.67 R Pdrum= 29.00765 psia V/F= 0.535535 K i x i y i propane 6.86942004 0.424983308 0.072406 0.49739 n-butane 2.50141697 0.083224241 0.05543 0.138655 n-pentane 0.83725053-0.02674332 0.164322 0.137579 n-hexane 0.319818260....
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## This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course CHE 305 taught by Professor Rowell during the Fall '09 term at Drexel.

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