Split_00008 - 9.13 a bg bg bg bg Fe 2 O 3 s 3C s 2 Fe s 3CO g H r(77 F = 2.111 105 Btu lb mole Basis 2000 lb m Fe 1 lb mole = 3581 lb moles Fe

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9- 8 9.13 a. b. c. d. Fe O s C s Fe s + CO g 23 bg b g +→ 323 , Δ ± (. H r 77 2111 10 5 D F) Btu lb - mole Basis : 2000 lb Fe 1 lb - mole 55.85 lb lb - moles m m = 3581 . Fe produced 5372 . lb - moles CO produced 17.9 lb - moles Fe O fed 53.72 lb - moles C fed 17.9 lb-moles Fe 2 O 3 (s) 35.81 lb-moles Fe (l) 77 ° F 2800 ° F 53.72 lb-moles C 53.72 lb-moles CO(g) 77 ° F 570 ° F Q (Btu/ton Fe) References : Fe O s C s Fe s , CO g at F ,, 7 7 ° Substance (lb - moles) (Btu lb - mole) (lb - moles) (Btu lb - mole) Fe O s,77 F 17.91 0 Cs ,77 F Fe l,2800 F CO g,570 F in in out out n H n H H H ±± . . ± . ± °− 0 3581 1 2 Fe(l,2800 F): F Btu lb - mole 1 Fe s Fe l D HC d T H C d T pm p =+ ° + = z z di 77 2794 2794 2800 2794 28400 Δ CO(g,570 F): F) Btu lb - mole 2C O interpolating from Table B.9 DD
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