Computation with Recurrence Relations (Applicable by Jet Wimp

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9. 3°C. The dynamic response of the system with a 50 percent reduction in the heat transfer area is also shown. 7°C. 2 Time, ! 4. 10 is used to carry out a catalytic reaction. This reactor is a well-stirred tank with catalyst particles dispersed throughout. The rate of such reactions is usually zero order, that is, they do not depend upon the reactant as product concentrations. 7) We have a steam-heated stirred tank in which an endothermic slurry reaction is being carried out. Develop an analytical solution to the temperature response of the tank when there is a step change in the steam temperature, Ts.

The force fxd is the integrated x directed drag, friction or shear force. , 1960) f ~ d - f • (KE vol ) " (wetted surface area) where f is the Fanning friction factor that is correlated for different geometries as a function of the Reynolds number. The structural force, or resultant of the forces acting on the system is r~. This force appears when the control volume cuts through solid objects such as the containing wall of a pipe. 1 pv d V - - pv(v . 7), are used for the analysis of isothermal flow problems.

75 mg/ml a. Calculate the rates at which urea and water are being removed from the blood. b. If the dialyzing fluid enters at a rate of 1500 ml/min, calculate the concentration of urea in the exiting dialysate. ) c. 1 mg/ml. If the total blood volume is 5 ~7and the average rate of urea removal is that calculated in (a), how long must the patient be dialyzed? 10. Two tanks of 10000-~7 capacity each are arranged so that when water is fed into the first, an equal quantity of solution overflows from the first to the second tank and likewise from the second to some point out of the system.

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