# Effect of Liquid Murphree Efficiency on the Operation of a Deisobutanizer

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A deisobutanizer, operating at a pressure equal to 500 kPa, contains 40 stages, a partial reboiler, and a total condenser. This column separates a mixture of ‐butane and ‐butane. The feed location is stage 20 counting from the top. The feed flow rate is equal to 21.56 kmol/hr and contains 31.45 mole% ‐butane and 68.53 mole% ‐butane.

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Contributed by: Housam Binous (November 2012)

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[1] P. C. Wankat, *Separation Process Engineering*, 2nd ed., Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2007.

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