ENCH 444 Process Engineering Economics and Design
SOLUTON (Problem Set 5)
PROBLEM 1
The correct answer for each question is indicated by a
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An interest rate of 1% per month is the same as:
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ENCH 445: Separation Processes
Homework #6 (33 points + 10 points extra credit)
Due: December 5, 2017 at 5:_30 pm (at ENG 314erENG_318_) _
Review
1.) (4 points). Draw and label a stripping col
Solution for Problem 2
First determine if reaction has reached completion. Use ideal gas law for determining as problem
statement mentions initial and final temperatures and pressures
Reaction Te
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- General Idea of BLOCK FLOW
Diagram for this Problem. You may
have different answer as long as it
is logical
- Note components were separated
as per their relative volatili
Homework 3 Rubric
Problem 1:
Part a:
Any wrong relevant information in the diagram: -5pts
Part b:
Wrong HU: -1.5pts
Wrong CU: -1.5pts
Wrong Pinch Temperature: -3pts
Right pinch location, but n
ENCH 425 Homework Set 3 (Sections 4.1-4.4)
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(1) Explain how and why a glass can be filled with water such that the level exceeds the height of
the glass
ENCH 425 Homework Set 4 (Sections 4.1-4.4)
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(1) A right-conical container contains water to height h=36.8 mm, where the diameter is 29.4 mm.
Water drain
ENCH 425 Homework Set 2 (Chapter 2)
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(1) The power-law model for a non-Newtonian fluid is given by Equation 2-16 in your textbook. We
will show later th
ENCH 425 Homework Set 8 (Chapter 7 and Shell Balances)
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(1) Two-dimensional steady flow in a viscous liquid is described by a rearrangement of the NavierS
ENCH 425 Homework Set 7 (Sections 5.5, 6.3, 6.4, 7.4)
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(1) The steady-state temperature profile in a cylindrical vessel housing a combustion reaction can
ENCH 425 Homework Set 2 (Chapter 2)
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(1) The power-law model for a non-Newtonian fluid is given by Equation 2-16 in your textbook. We
will show later th
ENCH 425 Homework Set 1 (Chapter 1)
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(1) Some of the following materials exhibit characteristics of both solids and fluids under different
conditions. Id
ENCH 425 Homework Set 1 (Chapter 1)
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(1) Some of the following materials exhibit characteristics of both solids and fluids under different
conditions. Id
ENCH 425 Homework Set 6 (Sections 5.1-5.4)
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As you read these solutions, remember the textbook author uses [u, v, w] instead of [vx, vy, vz].
(1) Consider
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when can you assume no radial gradient for a reactor?
a) for laminar flow
b) for turbulant flow
c) for batch reactor
ans: b . no radial gradient assumption is fine for turbul
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ans =
1.0323
EDU> (1-1/2^5)^-1
ans =
1.0323
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ans =
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Area =
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ans =
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EDU> log(exp(3)
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