Elementary Principles 466 - SF(1) = 1.607 SF(2) = 1.004...

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10- 18 10.12 (cont’d) The adiabatic reaction temperature is 1560 o C . As X increases, T increases. (The reaction is exothermic, so more reaction means more heat released.) d. C* * CHAPTER 10 -- PROBLEM 12 DIMENSION SF(8), SP(B), NU(7), ACP(7), BCP(7), CCP(7), DCP(7), HF(7) COMMON ACP, BCP, CCP, DCP, NF DATA NU / –2., –1., 0., 2., 0., 0., 0./ DATA ACP/ 28.95E-3, 29.10E-3, 29.00E-3, 36.11E-3, 0., 0., 0./ DATA BCP/ 0.4110E-5, 1.158E-5, 0.2199E-5, 4.233E-6, 0., 0., 0./ DATA CCP/ 0.3548E-B, –0.6076E-8, 0.5723E-8, –2.887E-8, 0., 0., 0./ DATA DCP/ –2.220 E-12, 1.311E-12, –2.871E-12, 7.464E-12, 0., 0., 0./
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Unformatted text preview: SF(1) = 1.607 SF(2) = 1.004 SF(3) = 3.777 SF(4) = 0. SF(5) = 650. IX = 1 X = 0.45 N = 4 CALL REACTAD (SF, SP, NU, N, X, IX) WRITE (6, 900) (SP(I), I = 1, N + 1) Solution to Problem 10.12 1-CO 2-O2 3-N2 4-CO2 Nu-2-1 2 nin (SF) 1.607 1.004 3.777 X . 4 5 Xi 0.36 nout (SP) 0.88385 0.642425 3.777 0.72315 ACP 0.02895 0.0291 0.029 0.03611 BCP 4.11E-06 1.16E-05 2.20E-06 4.23E-05 CCP 3.55E-09 -6.08E-09 5.72E-09 -2.89E-08 DCP-2.22E-12 1.31E-12 -2.87E-12 7.46E-12 AP 0.1799 BP 5.00E-05 CP-2.90E-11 DP-6.57E-12 Tfeed 650 DHF-110.52-393.5 DHr-566 T 1560 f(T)-4.7E-08...
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