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

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G. Computer Problems

G1. Do lab 12 in Appendix to chapter 13, but for a two-stage cross-flow system. Operation is at 293K, 1.0 atm, F = 10 kmol/h and is 10 mol% carbon tetrachloride and 90 mol% acetic acid. Entering solvent is pure triethylamine. Total amount of pure solvent is 20 kmol/h with 10 kmol/h fed to each stage. Find the flow rates and mole fractions in the three outlet streams. Then calculate the fraction of entering carbon tetrachloride that is extracted.

G2. Do lab 12 in Appendix to chapter 13, but for three stage systems. Operation is at 293K, 1.0 atm, F = 10 kmol/h and is 10 mol% carbon tetrachloride and 90 mol% acetic acid. Entering solvent is pure triethylamine.

a. Do for a 3-stage cross-flow system with total amount of pure solvent ...

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