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SOLUTIONS MANUAL
Elements.of Chemical Reaction Engineering
THIRD EDITION
by Timothy Hubbard, Jessica Hamman, and David Johnson
with Kylas Subramanian, Sumate Charoenchaidet, Probjot Singh, John Santini, H. Scott Fogler, Lisa Ingalls, Abe Sendijarevic, and NicholasAbuAbsi
3rd Edition, Solution Manual, Chapter 1 Chapter 1 General: The goal of these problems are to reinforce the definitions and provide an understanding of the mole balances of the different types of reactors. It lays the foundation for step 1 of the algorithm in Chapter 4. PI1. PI2. PI3. This problem might encourage students to get in the habit of writing down what they learned from each chapter. Small openended question from which one could choose one or two parts. or Parts (a), (b) (e) are recommended. This problem use Example 13 to calculate a CSTR volume. It is straight forward and gives the student an idea of things to come in terms of sizing reactors in chapter 4. An alternative to PI11 and PI12. A
