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Choosing the Right Kind of Reactor
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are to be run in four equal-size MFR’s (mixed flow reactors), connected any way you wish. The feed is CA0 = 1, the feed flow rate is u = 100 literslmin. The best scheme that the computer could come up with to maximize the fractional yield of S, or Φ (S/A) is shown in Fig. .below
How would you arrange a four-MFR system?Correct
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are to be run in four equal-size MFR’s (mixed flow reactors), connected any way you wish. The feed is CA0 = 1, the feed flow rate is u = 100 liters lmin. The best scheme that the computer could come up with to maximize the fractional yield of S, or Φ(S/A) is shown in Fig. below.
With your best system what should be the volume of your four reactors?Correct
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For the set of elementary reactions of Problem 10.6, with a feed of CAo = 1 mollliter and v = 100 literslmin we now wish to maximize the production rate of intermediate S (not the fractional yield) in a reactor arrangement of your choice. Sketch your chosen reactor scheme and determine Cs max obtainable.(answer upto four decimal)Correct
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Determine the optimum temperature (to give Cmax)Correct
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Determine the run time to useCorrect
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Acrolein Production. Adams et al. studied the catalytic oxidation of propylene on bismuth molybdate catalyst to form acrolein. With a feed of propylene and oxygen and reaction at 460″C, the following three reactions occur.(answer upto three decimal)Correct