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

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Nomenclature

Chapters 1 through 16

a

interfacial area per volume, ft2/ft3 or m2/m3

alj

interfacial area for heat transfer on stage j, m2

aflow, aheat, amass

eddy diffusion parameters, Eqs. (15-61)

ap

surface area/volume, m2/m3

ap1, ap2, ap3, aT1,

constants in Eq. (2-28) and Table 2-3

aT2, aT6

A

area, m2

A, B, C

constants in Antoine Eq. (2-34)

A, B, C, D, E

constants in Eq. (2-62a)

A, B, C, D

constants in matrix form of mass balances, Eqs. (6-13) and (12-58)

AE, BE, CE, DE

constants in matrix form of energy balances, Eq. (6-28)

Aactive

active area of tray, ft2 or m2

Ac

cross-sectional area of column, ft2 or m2

Ad

downcomer area, ft2 or m2

Adu

flow area under downcomer apron, Eq. (10-28), ft2

Af

area for flow, m2

Ahole

area of holes in sieve ...

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