CHE 3323 Homework 3 (due 02/05/15)
Problem 1: A reaction is started in a batch reactor with the following parameters: CA0 =
1.5 M and k = 0.3 (units?). What are the expected CA temporal profiles if the reaction is
(i) 2nd order, (ii) 15‘ order and (iii) 0
CHE 3323 Spring 2015 Exam 1 Study Guide
Need to know:
Ch 1
Reactor types and main assumptions (including PBR)
Mole balances for each reactor type and simplified differential forms
Reaction rate expressions and units
Levenspiel plots and numerical integrat
CHE 3323 Homework 8 (due 03/26/15)
Problem 1: Fogler P6.9. Solve part (b) using X and F algorithms.
Problem 2: A B gaseous reaction occurs in a microreactor consisting of 200 parallel channels
of 90 mm length by 1 mm diameter. Experiments have determined
ChE 3323: Chemical Reaction Engineering Spring 2015
Course information
Instructor
Dr. Carla Lacerda
Office
LIV 219
Phone
Office: 742-4089
Email
[email protected]
Office Hours
F 1 3 pm
Time/Place
Lectures:
T-Thu
9:30 - 10:50
LIV 101
Discussion: W
10:00
CHE 3323 Homework 4 (due 02/12/15)
Problem 1: Fogler 2-13 attached.
Problem 2: Cell growth in bioreactors is autocatalytic. The substrate feedstream is 0.1 kg/h. The
Levenspiel plot for substrate conversion is given:
X
1/-rS (Lh/kg)
0
0.075 0.1 0.15 0.2 0
CHE 3323 Homework 4 (due 02/12/15)
Problem 1: Fogler 2-13 attached.
Problem 2: Cell growth in bioreactors is autocatalytic. The substrate feedstream is 0.1 kg/h. The
Levenspiel plot for substrate conversion is given:
X
1/-rS (Lh/kg)
0
0.6
3
0.07
5
0.47
0.
CHE 3323 Homework 3 (due 02/05/15)
Problem 1: A reaction is started in a batch reactor with the following parameters: C AO =
1.5 M and k = 0.3 (units?). What are the expected CA temporal profiles if the reaction is
(i) 2nd order, (ii) 1st order and (iii)
CHE 3323 Homework 2 (due 01/29/15)
Problem 1: Fogler Problem 1.11 (attached).
Work the full problem as requested on the problem statement attached to page 2.
You need to turn in two sets of solutions.
1st) Using the balances from Chapter 1 in terms of C A
CHE 3323 Homework 1 (due 01/22/15}
Problem 1:
3) Use the dataset below to ﬁnd the area under the curve with the following approaches: i) Trapezoid
rule with 3 trapezoids; ii) 1/3 Simpson's rule; iii) 3/8 Simpson’s rule.
Hint: You might also want to try th
RX-006H
Revised: Nov 6, 2012
Isomerization in a PFR with Aspen HYSYS V8.0
1. Lesson Objectives
Use chemical reaction kinetics to calculate the reactor length required to reach a desired conversion
in a plug flow reactor
2. Prerequisites
Aspen HYSYS V8.0
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