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The booklet emphasizes interactive operation in constructing laptop courses all through, permitting the values of the parameters excited about the matter to be entered by way of the consumer of this system through a keyboard. In introducing every one numerical approach, Engineering research offers minimal mathematical derivations yet presents a radical clarification of computational techniques to resolve a particular challenge.
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J. W. Burdett and C . D. , 001. 17, p. 1080 (1971). ) i DYNAMICS OF A MULTIPLE-EFFECT EVAPORATOR SYSTEM 83 Equations (3-1 1 ) and (3-12) may be developed by following the outline given in Prob. 3-3. The following solution to this problem may be deduced from the result given by Carslaw and Jaeger(5) in case IV on page 126. 0 Y,(x) = B, C,(B, cos D l . , Bn = first n positive roots of (P2 - HI H Z ) sin Dl - B(H, + H z ) cos pl = 0 An outline of the method of solution is given in Probs. 3-4 and 3-5.
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S. ) 74 STAGED SEPARATION PROBLEMS-TWO-POINT IMPLICIT METHOD ( ( DYNAMICS OF A MULTIPLE-EFFECT EVAPORATOR SYSTEM 75 treater, or to the vacuum system. Most of the evaporators were equipped with 2-inch by 22-feet, 16-gauge tubes. The total areas for heat transfer varied from 3000 to 4000 square feet per effect. As shown in Fig. 3-2, demister mats were used to prevent the entrainment of process liquid in the vapor leaving the sump of each evaporator. The process liquid entered the evaporator tubes through a ~uitablydesigned distributor at the top of each evaporator.
Computer Methods for Solving Dynamic Separation Problems (Mcgraw Hill Chemical Engineering Series) by Charles Donald Holland