Introduction to Chemical Reaction Engineering and Kinetics
Solving problems in chemical reaction engineering and kinetics is now easier than ever! As students read through this text, they'll find a comprehensive, introductory treatment of reactors for single-phase and multiphase systems that exposes them to a broad range of reactors and key design features. They'll gain valuable insight on reaction kinetics in relation to chemical reactor design. They will also utilize a special software package that helps them quickly solve systems of algebraic and differential equations, and perform parameter estimation, which gives them more time for analysis. Key Features Thorough coverage is provided on the relevant principles of kinetics in order to develop better designs of chemical reactors. E-Z Solve software, on CD-ROM, is included with the text. By utilizing this software, students can have more time to focus on the development of design models and on the interpretation of calculated results. The software also facilitates exploration and discussion of realistic, industrial design problems. More than 500 worked examples and end-of-chapter problems are included to help students learn how to apply the theory to solve design problems. A web site, www.wiley.com/college/missen, provides additional resources including sample files, demonstrations, and a description of the E-Z Solve software.
KINETICS AND IDEAL REACTOR MODELS
DEVELOPMENT OF THE RATE LAW FOR A SIMPLE SYSTEM
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adiabatic assume axial batch reactor bubble Calculate catalyst Chapter chemical concentration consider constant density constant-density continuity equation CSTR determine diffusion E-Z Solve software endothermic energy enthalpy equilibrium Example exothermic exothermic reaction FBCR feed rate Figure first-order flow rate fluid fluidized fluidized-bed fractional conversion function gas-film gas-phase reaction heat transfer illustrated initial inlet input integral involving isothermal k₁ k₂ KACA kinetics linear liquid film liquid-phase reaction mass transfer material balance mol L-¹ molar molecules moles nonlinear regression obtained outlet parameters partial pressure phase pressure problem rate constant rate law rate of reaction ratio reactant reactor model recycle relatively respect second-order Section solid particles solution species stage steady-state step stream surface t₁ tank temperature tion TIS model tracer values velocity vessel volumetric flow rate