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Solving a Binary Batch Distillation – Programming Approach

Plan your solution: Draw a picture, in this case, list all of your data Remember the fundamentals and apply Draw your material or energy balance envelope (If necessary, list out your equations and problem data) Remember [Accumulation = In – Out + Source/Sink] Think about what you need to do and the answer you want […]

Calculate a Four-Component ‘Flash’ – Programming Approach

Plan your solution: Draw a picture, in this case, list all of your data Remember the fundamentals and apply Draw your material or energy balance envelope (If necessary, not in this case) Remember [Accumulation = In – Out + Source/Sink] Think about what you need to do and the answer you want You need to […]

Calculate a Four-Component ‘Flash’ – Problem Description

Reference: This is from E.M. Rosen and R. N. Adams, “A Review of Spreadsheet Usage in Chemical Engineering Calculations”, Computers and Chemical Engineering, Vol. 11, No. 6, pp. 723-736, but they took it from Henley and Seader, “Equilibrium Stage Separation Operations in Chemical Engineering”, Wiley, NY 1981 pg. 279. Problem Description: Rosen and Adams were […]

‘Graphical’ Evaluation to Calculate the Number of Transfer Units – Programming Approach

Plan your solution: Draw a picture, in this case, list all of your data Remember the fundamentals and apply Draw your material or energy balance envelope (If necessary, not in this case) Remember [Accumulation = In – Out + Source/Sink] Think about what you need to do and the answer you want You need to […]

‘Graphical’ Evaluation to Calculate the Number of Transfer Units – Problem Description

Reference: This is from E.M. Rosen and R. N. Adams, “A Review of Spreadsheet Usage in Chemical Engineering Calculations”, Computers and Chemical Engineering, Vol. 11, No. 6, pp. 723-736, but they took it from Henley and Seader, “Equilibrium Stage Separation Operations in Chemical Engineering”, Wiley, NY 1981 pg. 653.  I don’t have a copy of […]

Fitting Polynomials and Correlation Equations to Vapor Pressure Data – Programming Approach

Plan your solution: Draw a picture, in this case, list all of your data and equations Remember the fundamentals and apply Draw your material or energy balance envelope (If necessary, not in this case) Remember [Accumulation = In – Out + Source/Sink] Think about what you need to do and the answer you want You […]