Elementary Principles 57 - 4.26 (cont'd) A balance: 1 -...

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4- 16 4.26 (cont’d) A balance : 1 00702 9534 1 000100 887 33 −= = .. . . bg b g b g nn kmol min SO balance: kg / kmol) (1) B balance: 1300 = (2) Solve (1) and (2) simultaneously =1723 kg / min, = 0.245 kg SO absorbed / kg SO removed = kg SO / min 2 2 22 00702 9534 640 000100 887 64 1 422 44 ( . . . ( ) ± ± () ± ± b g b g b g =+ = mx d. Decreasing the bubble size increases the bubble surface-to-volume ratio, which results in a higher rate of transfer of SO 2 from the gas to the liquid phase. 4.27 a. ± ± ,, , V n y y PT R h 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 m/m i n kmol / min kmolSO / kmol kmolA / kmol 3 2 di ± ± V m 2 2 i n kgB / min 3 ± n y y R 3 3 3 3 1 kmol / min kmolSO / kmol 2 ± m x x 4 4 4 1 kg / min kgSO kg kgB / kg 2 b. 14 unknowns ( ± , ± ,,,,,, ± , ± , ± ,,, ± , nV yPTRhV m n y Rm x 11111 112 23 3 3 4 4 ) – 3 material balances – 3 analyzer and orifice meter readings
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