By Dimitrios P. Tassios

Applied Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics presents the undergraduate and graduate scholar of chemical engineering with the elemental wisdom, the technique and the references he must follow it in business perform. therefore, as well as the classical subject matters of the legislation of thermodynamics,pure part and combination thermodynamic homes in addition to section and chemical equilibria the reader will locate: - heritage of thermodynamics - power conservation - internmolecular forces and molecular thermodynamics - cubic equations of country - statistical mechanics. quite a few calculated issues of suggestions and an appendix with quite a few tables of numbers of useful value are super worthwhile for utilized calculations. the pc courses at the incorporated disk aid the scholar to familiarize yourself with the common tools utilized in for volumetric and vapor-liquid equilibria calculations.

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C. Describe briefly the operation of the unit. a. E. the column and packing or trays 2. the condenser. ------~ CONDENSER ... Feed ..... Water D .......... ~ .. ::::: u ·... .......... ) ..... ---~ ~ .. ·::. < ·: .. :. · 0.. ·.. E. 7 Schematic diagram of a packed distillation column. 30 Applied Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics b. Distillation columns come into two main types: 1. tray (mostly sieve). c. The operation of the column is as follows: Vapor (Y), generated in the boiler, rises through the column coming into contact with the liquid descending from the condenser (L0 , called the 'Reflux').

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What else, in your opinion, is also very important to this purpose? a. What is a reversible operation? Are real life processes reversible? Explain. a. What is the origin of the atmospheric pressure? b. What is the weight of the atmosphere that surrounds the earth? a. Using the Steam Tables estimate the ideal gas heat capacity of steam at constant pressure as a function of temperature. 28 Applied Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics b. Give your estimate of the accuracy of the obtained values. Why do we define Cv as (8U/8T)v and not as (8Q/8T)v?

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