Chemical Engineering Communications
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ABOUT US Chemical Engineering magazine is the world's leading publication covering all aspects of the engineering technology used by the chemical process industries (CPI). Published for more than 100 years, Chemical Engineering provides a timely mix of technical news reporting and practical,...
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In the program, an example from the field of nonlinear chemical dynamics is presented. Governing equation and reaction scheme can be found in G. Nicolis, Dynamique Chimique, Thermodynamique, cindoTetique et mdoTecanique statistique, Dunod, Paris 2005. We use the arc length continuation method to...
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ChemProV is a tool used by chemical engineering students to solve material balance problems. The project is maintained by Washington State University. For more information on how to install ChemProV, please visit the project's website.
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The OptControlCentre (OCC) is an user-friendly software package for the optimization of dynamic systems in energy and chemical engineering. Optimization methods include SQP methods as well as a stochastic approach using Simulated Annealing.
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The control of both bottom and distillate compositions is achieved by using conventional two point feedback control (WoodandBerry1) and non-interacting control (WoodandBerry2). Because of coupling, conventional control has a poorer performance when compared to the non interacting control system....
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The program computes the tie lines, the operating and mixing points and the number of equilibrium stages using the Hunter and Nash graphical method of a liquid-liquid extraction problem. One feed of acetic acid (35 wt %) in water which flow rate = 1000 kg/hr is extracted using a solvent...
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This is a nonlinear system of differential and algebriac equations, that describe the dynamics of a continuous bioreactor. The bioreactor simulates the production of ethanol through yeast fermentation. The model is described in:Z. K. Nagy, Model Based Control of a Fermentation Bioreactor using...
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Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Contact information, faculty information, campus map. Requirements: iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
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Two tanks in are disposed in series. The level of tank 2 must be controlled despite a sine wave disturbance in the flow F3. This is achieved by changing the flow rate F0 of liquid to tank 1. The tanks areas are A1 and A2. Flow equations depends on constants K1 and K2. A proportional control with...
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The programs compute the bifurcation diagram for the cubic map and a realistic population dynamics model. The value of parameter r, when the cycle of period three appears, is indicated. As expected, for higher values of r, we observe chaotic behaviour. Both models are given in the problems?...
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We use a batch column with four theoretical plates to separate a binary mixture of water and methanol at 1 bar. Temperature and concentration profiles versus time are obtained for a reflux ratio equal to 10. In addition, the total moles in the still and distillate are plotted versus time. This...
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We would like to rise water temperature with a heater. Oulet temperature must be equal to the set point temperature (80dlT-C). Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) control is used. Inlet water temperature is equal to 20dlT-C. Water flow is equal to 10 m3/hr. Tank volume is equal to 100 m3....
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In the program, we obtain equilibrium constants, compressibility factors, molar volumes and densities using the Soave-Redlich-Kwong equation of state. We find the same results as those given by Henley and Seader in Equilibrium-Stage Separation Operations in Chemical Engineering, Wiley, 1981...
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The program computes the composition of benzene, toluene and p-xylene versus time in all column plates. The steady state values are plotted versus the plate number for all three components. This MATLAB program is adapted from an example given in Chemical Engineering Dynamics by Ingham et al.,...
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PID control over the exit raffinate composition (x5) of a five stages column is obtained by changing solvent flow rate (G). The set point is equal to 0.1. The model equations include backmixing effects. This problem is solved using Berkeley-Madonna in Chemical Engineering Dynamics, Ingham et al.,...
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ChEhandbook is a mobile engineering handbook that integrates important concepts often used by students and professionals. The purpose of the mobile handbook is to make readily available the important scientific data and concepts that are fundamental to engineers and scientists. You will find the...
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DWSIM is a Chemical Process Simulator for Windows, Linux and Mac. Built for the Microsoft .NET 2.0 and Mono Platforms and featuring a rich Graphical User Interface (GUI), DWSIM allows chemical engineering students and chemical engineers to better understand the behavior of their chemical systems...
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The five programs provided solve several process design problems. These examples were originally provided as applications of process design optimization by Edgar, Himmelblau and Lasdon in their excellent book entitled Optimization of Chemical Processes, McGraw-Hill International Edition, 2001....
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Gas absorption is a very ubiquitous unit operation in any chemical plant. It has in common with liquid-liquid extraction that there are two carrier streams and one solute to be partioned between them. Here, we use the McCabe and Thiele graphical method to study the separation of acetone from air....
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