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Demonstrations 61 - 80 of 135
Dynamic Behavior of Three Tanks in Series
Membrane Separation of a Ternary Mixture
Batch Reactor Using the Segregation Model
Action of a Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactor
Cumulative Distribution and Residence Time Distribution Curves
Approximate Distributions Using Moments in Gram-Charlier Expansion
Catalyst Regeneration Using a Shrinking Core Model
Graphical Solution for a Multistage Continuous Feed-and-Bleed Ultrafiltration System
Optimum Cycle Period for Batch Reactor with Downtime
Residue Curves for Methyl Formate Chemistry
Separation of Abietic Acid from Other Acids Using a Fractional Extraction System
Breaking Azeotropes with Hybrid Separation Systems
Separation of a Partially Miscible Mixture Shown by Graphical Method
Separation of Carbon Dioxide and Methane Using Well-Mixed Gas Permeation
Adiabatic Flash Distillation of a Benzene-Toluene Mixture
Dynamic Behavior of Heated Tanks in Series
Series Reactions in a CSTR with Time-Varying Input
Transient Behavior of an Adiabatic CSTR
Conversion versus Reactor Volume for CSTR and PFTR
Variation of Temperature and Concentration versus Residence Time for Adiabatic Reactors
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