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Demonstrations 121 - 140 of 441
Operation of a Dividing Wall Column and a Petlyuk Column
Membrane Reactor to Improve Selectivity in Multiple Reactions
Solution of the First Underwood Equation Formulated as a Generalized Eigenvalue Problem
Algal Growth and Lipid Accumulation Stimulated by Nitrogen Concentration
Flash Distillation of a Mixture of Four Hydrocarbons
Operation of a Depropanizer
Operation of a Debutanizer
Adiabatic Compression of Pure Gases
Extractive Distillation of an Azeotropic Mixture of Isopropyl Alcohol and Water: Effect of Entrainer Feed Temperature
Multicomponent Distillation Column with a Sidestream
Methyl Acetate Synthesis Using a Reactive Distillation Unit
Simulating Temperature versus Time Relationships in the Thermal Preservation of Foods
Maximizing Conversion to an Intermediate Product in a Chain of Three CSTRs in Series
Control of Thermal Runaway of an Exothermic Reaction by Coupling with an Endothermic Reaction
Entrainer Selection for Homogeneous Azeotropic Distillation
Steady-State Distillation of a Quaternary Mixture
Finding the Minimum Reflux Ratio Using the Underwood Equations
Separating Binary Azeotropes Using Pressure Swing Distillation
Maximizing Conversion to an Intermediate Product in a Two-Stage CSTR
Breaking the Acetone-Methanol Azeotrope with Different Extraction Solvents
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