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

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C. Derivations

C1. For binary diffusion with convection, use Eqs. (15-16a, b, c) and the equivalent equations for component B to show that DAB = DBA.

C2. For binary diffusion, show that DAB does not depend on the choice of vref.

C3. Derive the equation that is equivalent to Eqs. (15-32d) to (15-32e) in terms of a partial pressure driving force and a log mean partial pressure difference,

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C4. For a laminar falling film of liquid, relate the film thickness δ to the Reynolds number Re.

C5. For binary Maxwell-Stefan diffusion through a stagnant layer of B, show that JA = NA/yB.

C6. Starting with Eqs. (15-61a) and (15-61b), derive Eq. (15-61d). Note: ...

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