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Effect of Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer inside

and outside of pellet on reaction rate-II

- Anoop Uchagawkar
Mass & Enthalpy Balance
Considering First order reaction
A0B

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MASS BALANCE:
Mass in - Mass out + rate of reaction = Rate of accumulation
Considering steady state system

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This is the Mass Balance equation
ENERGY BALANCE:
Heat in - Heat out + rate of heat generation due to chemical reaction = rate of heat accumulation

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<C(x)> is the average concentration and is defined by:

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Mass Balance in Dimensionless form:

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Dimensionless Parameters :

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Boundary Conditions:

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Energy Balance in Dimensionless form:

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SOLUTION OF GOVERNING EQUATIONS

A) FIRST ORDER REACTION

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The above evaluation can also

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This can be written as

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For the sake of brevity let us omit in following developments the subscript infinity so, Equation
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using above Eq z7 can be written as

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Let

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and

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substituting a8 and a9 in z7 and transforming into

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Now,
The Effectiveness factor is defined by the relation

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This is the required relation between Effectiveness factor and thiele Modulus
GENERAL KINETICS:

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where r(Y) is a power function rate or a hyperbolic rate for Langmuir-Hinshelwood kinetics.
Let introduce the substitution

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isolate for diff(diff(Y(xi),xi),xi)

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add 4*r*Y(xi) to both sides

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multiply both sides by xi

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From E25, it requires to compute the integral ,

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Integrating by parts and back substituion yields

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substituting G11 in E25

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We transform G1 by susbtituting

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Substituting this in Eq G13 and solving

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GRAPHS:

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