Tutorial Activity
Summary
This first step usually involves drawing a picture of the system to be studied.
The second step is the bringing together of all applicable physical and
chemical information, conservation laws, and rate expressions.
Is the model
Introduction
Separation of mixtures has always been a task and many industrial processes utilize various
methods such as evaporation, filtration and centrifuging among others. In this project, the main
focus is on Distillation where it involves the separa
Introduction
Separation of mixtures has always been a task and many industrial processes utilize various
methods such as evaporation, filtration and centrifuging among others. In this project, the main
focus is on Distillation where it involves the separa
Donrossi Simpson 0800401
Edwin Levermore 0701867
Dewayne Rankine 0600918
Davion Ferguson 080
Introduction
Product Generation
Factors taken into account
The type of material to be crushed
The type of construction material
The degree of crushing
The scale o
Rectifying of an Ethanol-Water solution
Aim: recover 99.9% of the ethanol in a distillate containing 80 mol % of ethanol
Information given:
Open steam system at 1 atm. and 523 K
To find D
To find Rmin
From the graph
To find R
, thus
To find the molar volu
Rectifying of an Ethanol-Water solution
Aim: recover 99.9% of the ethanol in a distillate containing 80 mol % of ethanol
Information given:
Open steam system at 1 atm. and 523 K
To find D
To find Rmin
From the graph , thus
To find R
To find the molar volu
Introduction
Separation of mixtures has always been a task and many industrial processes utilize various
methods such as evaporation, filtration and centrifuging among others. In this project, the main
focus is on Distillation where it involves the separa
Tutorial Activity
Summary
This first step usually involves drawing a picture of the system to be studied.
The second step is the bringing together of all applicable physical and
chemical information, conservation laws, and rate expressions.
Is the model
Financial statement
The distillation column that is presented is a continuous operation as opposed to the batch
mode. In looking at the Tower, the effectiveness of it has to be of a certain standard as to
weigh the pros and cons. These cost effectiveness
Calculations Rectifying of an Ethanol-Water solution
Aim: recover 99.9% of the ethanol in a distillate containing 80 mol % of ethanol
Information given:
Open steam system at 1 atm. and 523 K
To find D
To find Rmin
From the graph , thus
To find R
To find t
University of Technology, Jamaica
School of Engineering
FLUJO DE FLUIDOS PARA INGENIEROS QUMICOS
Serie de Conferencias para la asignatura de Operaciones Unitarias II
Preparado:
Dra. Nilza Jstiz Smith
Enero de 2005
2
CONTENIDOS
CONTENIDOS . 2
LISTA DE FIGU
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
FINAL EXANIMATION DATE: mm 29, 20M YI '5
GROUP: B.Eng.(CHE) DURATION ZHOURS
SUBJECT: CHEMICAL ENGINERING THERMODYNAMICS Qua53:55
INSTRUCTIONS ]. ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS IN SECTION A AND
TWO 2 FROM SECTI
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
FINAL EXANIINATION DATE: DECEMBER 2006
GROUP: CHE 4018 DURATION: 2 HRS
SUBJECT: WASTEWATER TREATMENT (THEORY)
INSTRUCTIONS:
(A) ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS
(B) SHOW ALL WORKTNG
(C) EACH QUESTION IN SECTION
HW Material Science and engineering
Ch 4
Vacancies and Self-Interstitials
4.1 Calculate the fraction of atom sites that are vacant for lead at its melting temperature of 327C (600
K). Assume an energy for vacancy formation of 0.55 eV/atom.
4.2 Calculate t
Introduction to Statistical Process
Control
Engineering Experimental Design
Valerie L. Young
Outline
Description of and justification for
Statistical Process Control
Fundamental definitions and principles
Variability, specifications, capability
Proces
Todays Lecture 1/8/08 (2)
Review of Lecture 1
Solution to P1-6
Definition of Conversion, X
Develop the Design Equations in Terms of X
Size CSTRs and PFRs given rA=f(X)
Conversion for Reactors in Series
Review the Fall of the Tower of CRE
Lecture 2
Tues