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Separation Process Engineering: Includes Mass Transfer Analysis, Third Edition by Phillip C. Wankat

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C. Derivations

C1. Suppose there is a liquid side stream of composition xj and flow rate Sj removed from stage j in Figure 6-3.

a. Derive the mass balance Eqs. (6-4) to (6-6) for this modified column.

b. Develop new energy balance equations. Derive new coefficients for Eq. (6-29b).

C2. Derive the mass balance expression for the matrix approach if there is a partial condenser instead of a total condenser. Replace Eqs. (6-7) to (6-9).

C3. Show that the sum from i = 1 to C of the xi,j in Eq. (6-17) = 1.0.

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