Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #3 Due Wednesday September 21st, 2005 Note: There are 3 problems in this assignment (see back of both pages). Problem 1. (15 points) A common procedure for increasing the moisture content of air is to
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #1 Solutions Problem 1. (10 points) For a binary mixture with species A and B, are the following relations either "always true," "always false," or "sometimes true"? Please briefly justify your answer.
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #3 Solutions Problem 1. (15 points) A common procedure for increasing the moisture content of air is to bubble it through a column of water. The air bubbles are assumed to be spheres having a radius of
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #11 Due Friday December 9th, 2005 200 points Note: There are 7 problems in this assignment (see both pages). Problem 1. (40 Points) A distillation operating will separate a mixture of 8 components with
Chemical Engineering 150B Fall 2005 Problem Set #1 Due Wednesday September 7th, 2005 Note: There are 5 problems in this assignment (see back of both pages). Problem 1. (10 points) For a binary mixture with species A and B, are the following relations
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #2 Solutions Problem 1. (25 Points) Dilute concentrations of toxic organic solutes in aqueous solution can be often degraded by a "biofilm" attached to an inert, nonporous solid surface. A biofilm cons
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #5 Solutions Problem 1. (20 points) In a wetted-wall tower where ammonia, NH3, was stripped from an ammonia-water solution into an air stream, the overall gas coefficient, KG , was 3.12 x 10-9 (kg mole
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #2 Due Friday September 16th, 2005 Note: There are 4 problems in this assignment (see back of both pages). Problem 1. (25 Points) Dilute concentrations of toxic organic solutes in aqueous solution can
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #8 Due Wednesday October 26th, 2005 Note: There are 5 problems in this assignment (see both pages).
Problem 1. (25 Points) In the figure below, the heavier components in a slightly superheated hydroca
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #11 Solutions (165 point assignment) Problem 1. (40 Points) A distillation operating will separate a mixture of 8 components with the following feed rates at 700 kPa: Compound fi (kmol /hr) C3 2500 iC4
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #10 Solutions
Problem 1. (15 Points) Using the data below, construct the following graphs: (a) An equilateral ternary diagram of acetone as the solute, water as the carrier, and 1,1,2trichloroethane a
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #8 Solutions
Problem 1. (25 Points) In the figure below, the heavier components in a slightly superheated hydrocarbon gas are to be removed by absorption at 400 psia (2,760 kPa) with a high -molecular
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #6 Solutions Problem 1. (15 points) Consider an isothermal, isobaric ideal binary gas mixture of A and B being separated below into k streams:
n1 yA yB nin n2 . . . nk
y1,A y1,B y2,A y2,B
yk,A yk,B
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #9 Solutions
Problem 1. (20 Points) Determine by the Kremser method the separation that can be achieved for the absorption operation indicated below for the following combinations of conditions:
(a)
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #7 Solutions
Problem 1. (15 Points) Consider an adiabatic equilibrium flash with a high pressure liquid feed that is separated into liquid and vapor streams at lower pressure. The variables are all as
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #4 Solutions
Problem 1. (15 points) Consider liquid A evaporating into initially pure gaseous B in a closed vessel shown below: B (g) A (l)
This vessel initially has 0.4 liter of A with 75 cm2 of sur
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #5 Due MONDAY October 3rd, 2005 Note: There are 3 problems in this assignment (see back).
Problem 1. (20 points) In a vertical wetted-wall tower operating at steady-state, ammonia, NH3, is stripped fr
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #4 Solutions
Problem 1. (15 points) Consider liquid A evaporating into initially pure gaseous B in a closed vessel shown below:
B (g) A (l)
This vessel initially has 0.4 liter of A with 75 cm2 of su
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #5 Solutions
Problem 1. (20 points) In a wetted-wall tower where ammonia, NH3, was stripped from an ammonia-water solution into an air stream, the overall gas coefficient, KG , was 3.12 x 10-9 (kg mol
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 141 Fall 2005 Homework 5 Solutions
Problem 1. 1. This problem asks us to show how an isotherm and isobar behave on a Mollier diagram. We must realize that an isobar or isotherm is the derivative of enthalpy with r
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #10 Due Wednesday November 23th, 2005 Note: There are 5 problems in this assignment (see back).
Problem 1. (15 Points) Using the data below, construct the following graphs: (a) An equilateral ternary
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #9 Due Wednesday November 9th, 2005 200 points Note: There are 7 problems in this assignment (see both pages front and back).
Problem 1. (20 Points) Determine by the Kremser method the separation that
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #7 Due Wednesday October 19th, 2005 Note: There are 4 problems in this assignment (see both pages).
Problem 1. (15 Points) Consider an adiabatic equilibrium flash with a high pressure liquid feed that
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #6 Due Wednesday October 12th, 2005 Note: There are 4 problems in this assignment (see back). Problem 1. (15 points) Consider an isothermal, isobaric ideal binary gas mixture of A and B being separated
Chemical Engineering 150B- Fall 2005 Problem Set #4 Due Wednesday September 28th, 2005 Note: There are 5 problems in this assignment (see back).
Problem 1. (15 points) Consider liquid A evaporating into initially pure and incondensable gaseous B, wh
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