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We now focus our attention on the subvolume that is located a distance y from the entrance of the reactor. We let F’(y) represent the molar flow rate of species j into volume AV at y and F’(y + A y ) the molar flow of species j out of the volume at the location ( y Ay). In a spatially uniform subvolume A V , + I*” rJ dV = rJ AV 12 Mole Balances -+I PFR *Y Chap. 1 IF,, exit Fi0 I *y, I 1,Y+ AY I I I I I I Fj(Y+ AY) Fj(Y) . -@- * Figure 1-5 Tubular reactor. For a tubular reactor operated at steady state, Equation (1-4)becomes Fj,,(y)- F j ( y + A y ) + rj AV = 0 (1-8) In this expression rj is an indirect function of y.
65 billion pounds of nitrobenzene were produced. Nitrobenzene Note. 1 Flowsheet for the production of nitrobenzene. [Adapted from Process Technology and Flowsheet, Vol. 11, reprints from Chemical Engineering (New York McGraw-Hill, 1983), p. 004 ton 14,200 gal 800 lb 20 kWh 180 Scf/m 20 Mole Balances Chap. 1 The feed consists of 3 to 7% HNO,, 59 to 67% H,SO,, and 28 to 37% water. Sulfuric acid is necessary to adsorb the water and energy generated by the heat of reaction. The plant, which produces 15,000 lb nitrobenzenelh, requires one or two operators per shift together with a plant supervisor and part-time foreman.
Most of the introductory discussions on chemical reaction engineering in this book focus on homogeneous systems. The mathematica1 definition of a chemical reaction rate has been a source of confusion in chemical and chemical engineering literature for many years. The origin of this confusion stems from laboratory bench-scale experiments that were carried out to obtain chemical reaction rate data. These early experiments were batch-type, in which the reaction vessel was closed and rigid; consequently, the ensuing reaction took place at constant volume.