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Transport Processes and Separation Process Principles (Includes Unit Operations) Fourth Edition by Christie John Geankoplis

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13.5. COMPLETE-MIXING MODEL FOR MULTICOMPONENT MIXTURES

13.5A. Derivation of Equations

When multicomponent mixtures are present, the iteration method of Stern et al. (S1) is quite useful. This method will be derived for a ternary mixture of components A, B, and C. The process flow diagram is the same as Fig. 13.4-1, where the feed composition xf is xfA, xfB, and xfC. The known values are

The unknown values to be determined are

These eight unknowns can be obtained by solving a set of eight simultaneous equations using an iteration method. Three ...

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