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Reactor Design

Tutorial one

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1. Which equation is used in arriving at the design equation for a batch reactor?

A. G j = V*r j

B. dN j /dt = 0

C. F jo = F j = 0

D. E=mc^2

2. What does the mole balance for a CSTR become if r j = -k*C j ?

A. C j = (F jo -F j )/V

B. too complicated

C. V = (F jo - F j )/(k*C j )

D. V = (F jo -F j )/k

3. Which of the following reactors usually have the easiest temperature control?

A. Semibatch reactors

B. CSTRs

C. Tubular reactors

D. Batch reactors

4. What is the rate of appearance of B in the reaction A -> B?

A. very slow

B. r B = r A

C. r B = -r A

D. r B = (r B -r A )

5. What type of mathematical equation is used to express the rate law?

A. Irreversible equation

B. Differential equation

C. Unsolvable equation

D. Algebraic equation

6. What are the dimensions of k in the equation r A = k C A ?

A. moles^2/volume^2/time

B. time/mole/volume

C. three

D. 1/time

7. The irreversible liquid phase second order reaction

7. The irreversible liquid phase second order reaction is carried out in a CSTR. The entering
7. The irreversible liquid phase second order reaction is carried out in a CSTR. The entering

is carried out in a CSTR. The entering concentration of A, C A0 , is 2 molar and the exit concentration of A, C A is 0.1 molar. The entering and exiting volumetric flow rate, v o , is constant at 3 dm 3 /s. What is the corresponding reactor volume?

8. What assumptions were made in the derivation of the design equation for:

a) batch reactor?

b) CSTR?

c) PFR?