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16. Do a differential balance on reactant with no variation in the direc
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18. The coordinate system for the single pore is shown in fi
6)
The 2 CVs are the vessel content on the left and right sides of the membrane.
The conserved variables are the moles of A, B and C. There is no need to do a balance on
the moles of product since t
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19. Since the catalytic particles are small relative to the distance over which
concentrations change in the fluid phase, we ca
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Finite dimensional vector spaces.
36. A component balance on stage n gives
Lxn1 + Gyn+1 Lxn Gyn = 0
where the first term accoun
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27. Energy balance on fuel pellet using as CV a shell of thickness dr.
k
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dx
= p(t)x2 + q(t)x
dt
Let y = 1/x x = 1/y .
d y1
1 dy
dx
=
= 2
dt
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17. The reactant balance gives
d2 C
= k0 + k1 C , C(L) = C0
dx2
The other boundary condition depends on whether or not there is