Ch En 386
Winter 2016
Homework #8
due at 9 a.m. on Monday, January 25
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Polymath or MathCad, you must print a copy
of the report (Polymath) or the page with equations (MatchCad).
HW #8: Batch reactors
1. (2 points) Con
Ch En 386
Winter 2016
Homework #4
due at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, January 13
HW #4: Rate laws as a function of conversion constant V or v
1. (1 point) Conditioning, magnitude, and reasonableness problems
a. For the reaction 2A + B C in a flow reactor, what is
Ch En 386
Winter 2016
Homework #6
due at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, January 20
HW #6: Reactor comparison and sizing
1. (2 points) Conditioning, magnitude, and reasonableness problems
a.
b.
Is the area under a -1/rA vs XA curve associated with sizing a CSTR or a
Ch En 386
Winter 2016
Homework #1
due at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, January 6
HW #1: Introduction
1. (1 point) Conditioning, magnitude, and reasonableness problems
a.
What is the difference between kinetics and thermodynamics?
2. (4 points) Fogler P1-3 a-d. (No
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
HW #4: Rate laws as functions of conversion constant V or v
1. (5 points) Fogler P3-13
2. (5 points) Fogler, P3-11 a. For each species in part a, write the concentration, rate
law, an
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
HW #3: Rate laws
1. (3 points) Fogler P3-2 g
2. (4 points) Fogler P3-7
3. (3 points) Fogler P3-10 a, b. For each reaction in (a), write the rate law for each
species involved in the r
Lesson: 2
Competencies:
3.6.3 Derive batch, CSTR, and
PFR equations from material
balances
Overview
inpu
t
reactor
output
Contacting (mixing) pattern
and kinetics
output = f(contact, input, kinetics)
Kinetics: how fast!
Thermo: constraints or limits!
1
De
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#20: CSTR Energ
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#10: PFR
1. (1
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#21: PFR Energy
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#11: PBR
1. (1
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
HW #2: Batch, CSTR, and PFR design equations
1. (2 points) When using the CSTR equation VR = FA0 * XA / (-rA), name two key
assumptions that must be met for this equation to be valid.
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#28: Unsteady s
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
HW #7: Reactors in series and sizing
1. (4 points) Using the graph from problem 1 of HW #6, graphically determine the
reactor volume for each reactor for the following scenarios. For
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
HW #27: Batch r
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
HW #8: Batch re
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#19: Integral a
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#22: Adiabatic
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#14: Mass trans
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#23: PFR with Q
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#30: Internal E
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
HW #6: Reactor comparison and sizing
1. (3 points) Assume a flow reactor is used with the liquid-phase reaction and rate
constant given in Problem P3-11 a. Using Excel, plot -1/rA (in
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date in syllabus
HW #1: Introduction
1. (1 point) Conditioning, magnitude, and reasonableness problems
a. What is the difference between kinetics and thermodynamics?
2. (4 points) Fogler P1-12 a, b, and e. (
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#15: Unsteady f
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#24: Steady sta
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#13: PBR with m
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#18: Differenti
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
HW #5: Rate laws as functions of conversion- variable V or v
1. (5 points) Fogler P3-11 d (modified). Write the concentrations of each reacting
species, the rate law for hydrogen (rH2
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
#24: CSTR with
Ch En 386
Winter 2017 Homework
due at 9 a.m. on date listed in syllabus
Note: Anytime you solve a problem with Python, you must print a copy of the code and
output. Remember to label graphs (including units) so that they are clear to read.
HW #9: CSTR
1.