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The Convection Model for Laminar Flow
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A viscous liquid is to react while passing through a tubular reactor in which flow is expected to follow the convection model. What conversion can we expect in this reactor if plug flow in the reactor will give 80% conversion?
Reaction follows zero-order kinetics.(answer upto two decimal)Correct
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Assuming plug flow we calculate that a tubular reactor 12 m long would give 96% conversion of A for the second-order reaction A→ R. However, the fluid is very viscous, and flow will be strongly laminar, thus we expect the convection model, not the plug flow model, to closely represent the flow. How long should we make the reactor to insure 96% conversion of A?Correct
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ANSWER UPTO THREE DECIMALCorrect
FIRST FIND WHICH REGIME APPLES SEE FIG BELOWIncorrect
FIRST FIND WHICH REGIME APPLES SEE FIG BELOW