Elementary Principles 80 - 4.48 (cont'd) (For this...

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4- 39 4.48 (cont’d) (For this particular set of initial conditions, we get a quadratic equation. In general, the equation will be cubic.) ξ e = 0156 . , 0.844 Reject the second solution, since it leads to a negative n B . yy AA BB CC =− ⇒ = =+ 1 0156 2 2 0156 0500 1 2 0156 2 2 0156 0408 0 0156 2 2 0156 0092 .. . . . bg b g ch b g Fractional Conversion of CO A nn = == 0 00 0156 . mol reacted / mol feed d. Use the equations from part b. i) Fractional conversion decreases with increasing fraction of CO. ii) Fractional conversion decreases with increasing fraction of CH 3 OH. iii) Fractional conversion decreases with increasing temperature. iv) Fractional conversion increases with increasing pressure. * REAL TRU, A, E, YA0, YC0, T, P, KE, P2KE, C0, C1, C2, C3, EK, EKPI, FN, FDN, NT, CON, YA, YB, YC
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