2 edition of Mass transfer with chemical reactions found in the catalog.
Mass transfer with chemical reactions
Tripartite Chemical Engineering Conference Montreal 1968.
|Statement||[Editor: J. M. Pirie].|
|Contributions||Pirie, James Mansergh|
|LC Classifications||TP156M3 T75 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
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This chapter presents - The theory of simultaneous mass transfer and chemical reactions, with numerical solutions, in terms of: (1) Mass transfer operations, (2) Theoretical models of mass transfer, (3) Theory of simultaneous bimolecular reactions and mass transfer, (4).
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Simultaneous Mass Transfer and Chemical Reactions in Engineering Science: Solution Methods and Chemical Engineering Applications by Bertram K. Chan Kindle. There are complex problems where heat and mass transfer processes are combined with chemical reactions, as in combustion; but many times the chemical process is.
In chemical process engineering, it is encountered in both separ ation processes and reaction engineering. In some cases, a chemical reaction may deliberately be employed for speeding up the rate of mass transfer and/or for increasing the capacity of the solvent; in other cases the multiphase reaction system is a part of the process with the Format: Hardcover.
As we saw earlier, mass transfer refers to mass in transit due to a species concentration gradient in a mixture, and mass convection is one of the mechanisms for this transit.
Mass transfer by convection involves the transport of material between a boundary surface (such as solid or liquid surface) and a moving fluid or between two relatively.
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Mass transfer in reactive and non-reactive multiphase systems is of vital importance in chemical, petrochemical, and biological engineering applications. In this chapter, theories and models of mass transfer in gas-liquid, gas-solid and gas-liquid-solid systems with and without chemical reactions are briefly reviewed.
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The goals of this book are to introduce the mathematical models used in describing the coupled heat and mass transfer with chemical reactions in the pellet, to explain the numerical or analytical methods for solving the model equations and to discuss the numerical results.
All Author: Boris Golman. Kinetics of Fluid–Fluid Reactions Mass Transfer at a Gas–Liquid Interface (Two-Film Theory) Mass Transfer with (Slow) Homogeneous Reaction in the Bulk Phase Mass Transfer with Fast or Instantaneous Reaction near or at the Interface Kinetics of Heterogeneously Catalyzed Reactions The effects of chemical reactions are exemplified by the data for ammonia adsorption in water summarized in Fig.
The overall mass transfer coefficient, in cm/sec, is based on a liquid side driving force given in mol/cm 3. The specific values shown are for a hollow-fiber membrane contactor, though similar values would be obtained in a.
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A chemical reaction is in which the bonds are broken within reactant molecules, and new bonds are formed within product molecules in order to form a new substance.
Chemical reactions are all around us, from the metabolism of food in our body to how the light we get from the sun is. Transport Phenomena for Chemical Reactor Design approaches the design of chemical reactors from microscopic heat and mass transfer principles.
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Chapter 7 A general Strategy for Solving Material Balance Problems The strategy outlined below is designed to focus your attention on File Size: 4MB. The types of mass transfer equipment are: packed column, packings, bubble column, and packed bed. The models provided for Mass Transfer at the Interface are: Stagnant Film Model, Penetration Model, and Surface Renewal Model.
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Notice that the total mass of the reactants ( g) equals the total mass of the products. This demonstrates the law of conservation of mass, which applies to all chemical reactions. It is not true, however, that volumes must be conserved in reactions involving gases.
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The book first covers the five elements necessary to formulate and solve mass transfer problems, that is, conservation laws and field equations, boundary conditions, constitutive equations, parameters in constitutive equations, and mathematical methods that can be used to solve the partial differential equations commonly encountered in mass.
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