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Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | 8th Edition | ISBN: 9781259696527 | Authors: J.M. Smith, Hendrick Van Ness, Michael Abbott, Mark Swihart ISBN: 9781259696527 2049

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Problem 13.53

Problems 13.43 through 13.54 require parameter values for the Wilson or NRTL equation for liquid-phase activity coefficients. Table 13.10 gives parameter values for both equations. Antoine equations for vapor pressure are given in Table B.2, Appendix B.

For the acetone(1)/methanol(2)/water(3) system, based on Eq. (13.19) and the Wilson equation, make the following calculations:

(a) \(B U B L T: P=101.33 \mathrm{kPa}, x_{1}=0.3, x_{2}=0.4\).

(b) \(D E W T: P=101.33 \mathrm{kPa}, y_{1}=0.3, y_{2}=0.4\).

(c) P, T − flash : \(P=101.33 \mathrm{kPa}, T=\frac{1}{2}\left(T_{\text {bubble }}+T_{\text {dew }}\right), z_{1}=0.3, z_{2}=0.2\).

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BUBLT: P=101.33 kPa, x_1=0.3, x_2=0.4

DEW T: P=101.33 kPa, y_1=0.3, y_2=0.4

P=101.33 kPa, T=1/2(T_bubble+T_dew), z_1=0.3, z_2=0.2

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Textbook: Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
Edition: 8
Author: J.M. Smith, Hendrick Van Ness, Michael Abbott, Mark Swihart
ISBN: 9781259696527

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