CE 561, Fall 2011
Homework Assignment 1
This problem is taken from Steinfeld, Francisco and Hase, 10.9 a and b:
Using transition state theory, formulate the rate constant for the exchange reaction
H + H3 H 3 H 2 + H
in terms of the appropriate functions.
CE 561 Fall 2011
Homework Assignment 5
due 10/10/11
1. Problem 1.7 from Froment, Bischoff and DeWilde
2. The acid catalyzed hydrolysis of carbohydrates is often described by simple first order kinetics
where the reaction rate is proportional to the concen
Homework 4
Xiaoyi Chen 09/29/2016
#1
achange the value of betaGuess(from-5.0; 4.0; 3.0; 5.0; 7.0 to 1.0; 1.0; 1.0; 1.0; 1.0), then
run the code. In this way, we can get a different set of parameters with the same good fit.
Code:
function hw_3_2(C0H2, C0Br
Homework 1
Xiaoyi Chen 09/09/2016
#1
Plot1. Concentration of H as a
function of conversion
Plot2. Concentration of H as a
function of conversion
Explaination:
Because the reactive intermediates are very active, they will react with other species as soon a
Homework 5
Xiaoyi Chen 10/09/2016
#1
Code:
function Assignment_5_1
%Assignment_5_1 perform calculations for Problem 1 of Assignment 5
%
CE 561, Fall 2016
% Known constant quantities
atoms = ['C'
'O'
'H'
'H'
'H'
'H'];
m = [12
16
1
1
1
1];
% arb(:,i) is the
Homework 4
Xiaoyi Chen 09/29/2016
#1
achange the value of betaGuess(from-5.0; 4.0; 3.0; 5.0; 7.0 to 1.0; 1.0; 1.0; 1.0; 1.0), then
run the code. In this way, we can get a different set of parameters with the same good fit.
Code:
function hw_3_2(C0H2, C0Br
Homework 2
Xiaoyi Chen 09/23/2016
#1
function hw3(CA0, fA,t)
%hw3 perform calculations for hw3
%
CE 561, Fall 2016
% Known constant quantities
V = 100; % cm^3 (basis)
CA = CA0.*(1-fA);
CY0 = zeros(length(CA0),1);
CZ0 =CY0;
% Guess for the parameter values