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Computation of the Residue Curve Map
This Demonstration plots the residue curve map (or RCM). You can change the relative volatilities of the three components
,
, and
of the ideal ternary mixture considered here.
Contributed by:
Housam Binous
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For more information, see:
M. F. Doherty and M. F. Malone,
Conceptual Design of Distillation Systems
, New York: McGraw-Hill, 2001.
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Housam Binous
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