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Final Assignment Group 2 (March 2015): Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering

Final Assignment Group 2 (March 2015): Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering:

Cyclohexanol was passed over a catalyst to form water and cyclohexene (cyclohexanol ==> water + cyclohexane). It is suspected that the reaction may involve a dual-site mechanism, but it is not known for certain. It is believed that the adsorption equilibrium constant for cyclohexanol is around 1 and is roughly one or two orders of magnitude greater than the adsorption equilibrium constants for the other compounds. Please assume the unpublished process parameters.

The experimental data as follow:

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(a). Suggest a mechanism consistent with the experimental data

(b). Develop a reaction rate law related to the suggested mechanism in question (a).

(c). Evaluate all reaction rate law parameters using Polymath software.

(d). Neglecting pressure drop, calculate the catalyst weight required to achieve 50% conversion of cyclohexanol in a CSTR

(e). Neglecting pressure drop, calculate the catalyst weight required to achieve 50% conversion of cyclohexanol in a plug flow reactor.

Report document for the above assignment must be collected by email to: istadi@che.undip.ac.id before: 14 April 2015.

List of students:

  1. Hapsoro Aruno Aji
  2. Achmad Amiruddin H.
  3. Fatiha Nur Etnanta
  4. Muhammad Fahmi Hakim
  5. Fatoni Nugroho
  6. Nasyarudin Iqbal
  7. Bagus Agang Sudrajat
  8. Tunjung Hayu Adhi
  9. Zuhrian Ash. S. B.
  10. Agung Kurnia Yahya
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Final Assignment Group 1 (March 2015): Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering

Final Assignment Group 1 (March 2015): Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering:

Hydrogenation of i-octene to form i-octane were obtained using a differential reactor operated at 200 oC. Hydrogen and i-octene are to be fed in stoichiometric proportions at a total rate of 5 mol/min at 200 oC and 3 atm. The experimental data as follow:

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(a). Suggest a mechanism consistent with the experimental data

(b). Develop a reaction rate law related to the suggested mechanism in question (a).

(c). Evaluate all reaction rate law parameters using Polymath software.

(d). Neglecting pressure drop, calculate the catalyst weight required to achieve 80% conversion of i-octene in a CSTR

(e). Neglecting pressure drop, calculate the catalyst weight required to achieve 80% conversion of i-octene in a plug flow reactor.

Report document for the above assignment must be collected by email to: istadi@che.undip.ac.id before: 14 April 2015.

List of students:

  1. Dian Fatikha Aristiami
  2. Rona Trisnaningtyas
  3. Jati Bayu Wardhana
  4. Ndaru Okvitarini
  5. Retno Dwi Jayanti
  6. Meike Fitrianingtyas
  7. I Gusti Ngurah Widiantara
  8. Setiarto Pratogto
  9. Meilya Suzan Triyastuti
  10. Sella Kurnia Putri
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