Kynol


Flow rate (kmol h )  [c.133]

Rank order Total vapor flow (kmol h )  [c.139]

Rank order Total vapor flow (kmol h )  [c.141]

Theoretical oxygen demand = 0.001 x 56 x 4 kmol O2 m  [c.309]

V vapor flow (kg s, kmol s )  [c.479]

I M = molecular weight [kg/kmol]  [c.89]

M = molecular weight [kg/kmol]  [c.96]

V = molar volume at the given conditions [m /kmol]  [c.111]

VL = critical molar volume of the component i [m /kmol]  [c.112]

Rackett s parameter for the mixture = molecular weight for the mixture [kg/kmol]  [c.116]

Clearly, in the liquid phase much higher concentrations of Cfeed (kmol m ) can be maintained than in the gas phase. This makes liquid-phase reactions in general more rapid and hence leads to smaller reactor volumes for liquid-phase reactors.  [c.45]

Component Flow rate (kmolh ) Relative volatility Relative volatility between adjacent components  [c.140]

Example 9.1 A process involves the use of benzene as a liquid under pressure. The temperature can be varied over a range. Compare the fire and explosion hazards of operating with a liquid process inventory of 1000 kmol at 100 and 150°C based on the theoretical combustion energy resulting from catastrophic failure of the equipment. The normal boiling point of benzene is 80°C, the latent heat of vaporization is 31,000 kJ kmol the specific heat capacity is 150 kJkmoh °C , and the heat of combustion is 3.2 x 10 kJkmok.  [c.269]


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